Category Archives: Geophysics

Digital Atlas Temporary Address

The LRC Digital Atlas has been functioning almost flawlessly for a number of years, unfortunately recent changes (upgrades ) of the windows server, where it is hosted, seem to have caused data serving problems which have stopped it from functioning … Continue reading

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Bathroom Lost and Found at Hovingham Hall

Roman Bath House re-discovered at Hovingham, North Yorkshire more than 250 years after it was first uncovered. All too often archaeologists talk about ‘new’ discoveries, a curious concept in world where the focus of study is about the past.   During February and … Continue reading

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Vale of Pickering: Statement of Significance

Archaeological research in the Vale of Pickering over the last 35 years has identified an entirely unanticipated level of past activity, particularly around the margins of the valley which formerly held the largest inland body of water in Britain. Lake … Continue reading

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Mind The Gap an international seminar on Emptiness, Visibility, Ambiguity and Absence in Archaeology

  University of Siena – Department of Historical Studies and Cultural Heritage Landscape Archaeology and Remote Sensing LAB Absence, invisibility and emptiness in the interpretation of archaeological and landscape evidence AN INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR AND DEBATE 22-24 APRIL 2013, CERTOSA DI … Continue reading

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Death and Taxes in Anglo-Saxon Sherburn

Something strange is going on in Sherburn in the 7th century. Antiquarian observations during the nineteenth century and a crop-mark of a curious enclosure to the east of Sherburn is the subject of research into the archaeology of the village. … Continue reading

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