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Cotswold Archaeology and COVID-19

27.09.2021 update: Cotswold Archaeology is open for business. Read our statement here.

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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To spread some #Christmas cheer at the end of another challenging year, we've brought the #CAChristmasCalendar back, and it's even giftier! We have 10 #archaeology videos, 10 prize-winning questions, and 10 great prizes. Keep your eyes peeled on 1st December, for more info...! 🎄 https://t.co/dWzzMbMPzc
Our Outreach Officer, Caz, has been educating local Brownies about #archaeology. They were able to handle and learn about archaeological artefacts, and even create their own. If you'd like a visit for your local school or group, please get in touch! https://t.co/AE8cZFse4H https://t.co/UYHCj8YHLG
A beautifully preserved, 2000-year-old calf skeleton, excavated in #Suffolk. This calf is one of many animals discovered during excavation, including several #IronAge dogs. Bone grouping and positioning suggests they were buried whole, with connective tissues intact. #Archaeology https://t.co/ysxxyqSZQf
This incredible Iceni coin, or unit of 'Ecen', is from an #IronAge fen-edge site. It dates to 10-45 AD, the time of Antedios – the Iceni king made client of Rome and succeeded by Prasutagus (better known as Boudica's husband). Full story here: https://t.co/JHJUdW1Gn8 #Archaeology https://t.co/Ana5z3Xpng


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South Cerney Brownies making their prehistoric pinch pots

Our Outreach & Community Engagement Officer, Caroline Adams, recently visited the South Cerney Brownies to help the children achieve their archaeology badge.  Activities included the Brownies comparing archaeology with palaeontology through group discussions and matching images to the correct discipline, and making ‘pinch’ pots: re-creating prehistoric pots with additional decorations using simple tools and fingertips.…
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