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Welcome to Cotswold Archaeology

We offer the full range of heritage and archaeological services from our Andover, Cirencester, Milton Keynes and Suffolk offices. Established for over 30 years with an excellent reputation for quality.

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We're recruiting archaeologists of all grades (Trainee to Senior Project Officer) to join #CASiteTeam at all of our offices – #Andover, #Cirencester, #MiltonKeynes and #Suffolk. Check out the vacancies, highly competitive remuneration, and apply, here: https://t.co/Kmo0vP0Htf https://t.co/yh7ZdGN5KM

#CASiteTeam have uncovered a #medieval farmstead in the #Suffolk village of Kelsale. Excavations revealed enclosures and strip farming, as well as grains and legumes, and one of the largest collections of medieval pottery recorded in the area: https://t.co/Tla7D7Xm2t #Archaeology https://t.co/rpHCsTQhfe

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Timeline: The Archaeology of the South Wales Gas Pipeline
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Recording the remains of Roman barracks at Ladybellegate Street in 1989. The Roman remains lay at depth, covered by a medieval graveyard and later remains

The importance of archaeological archives Excavations within Gloucester have a long history of providing exciting archaeological discoveries but, once excavated, most of these remains survive only as archaeological archives and within publications. Creating a secure archive from these excavations is essential if we want to apply new ways and techniques to analyse these materials and…
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