Rendlesham revealed

This summer saw the first season of excavations of the Anglo-Saxon royal settlement site at Rendlesham in Suffolk. The excavations are still continuing. Find out what we’ve discovered.

Exciting discoveries from A120

Learn about the archaeological excavations and discoveries at the A120 Little Hadham Bypass and Flood Alleviation Scheme.

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.

From Twitter

Illustrator Li, using #photogrammetry to record millstones from the awesome #RedcliffQuarter excavations (check them out here: 3D millstones coming soon! Want to know how it works? Try our Photogrammetry 101: #Bristol #Archaeology

Illustrator Li is using #photogrammetry to record the millstones from the #RedcliffQuarter excavations (which were amazing, here in case you missed it: Want to know how it works? We've made you this: #Archaeology #Bristol @oatweet

At #ClareCastleExc our volunteers have defined the edge of the #Saxon cemetery; uncovered gorgeous 14th century glazed tiles and painted glass; and potentially identified the #Medieval castle's chapel, in the woods! Read more, here: #Suffolk #Archaeology

#ClareCastleExc is drawing to a close, but our wonderful volunteers have revealed such exciting discoveries: a Late #Saxon cemetery; #medieval glazed tiles and painted glass; and potentially the castle's chapel, in the woods! More: #Suffolk #Archaeology


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Moat trench being excavated by volunteers

Following on from our first update on our excavations at Clare Castle, on behalf of the Clare Castle Country Park Trust, we are making good progress in our three trenches. The most involved of the three is Trench 6, which we started in 2019. Here the archaeology is deep and complex, and in the previous…
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