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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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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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Boltby Scar Hillfort: 3D Model

The Landscape Research Centre has had a pioneering role in computer applications in archaeology for more than 25 years. We have been intensely aware of the need to find ways in which we can properly and powerfully articulate the three dimensional nature … Continue reading

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West Heslerton Anglo-Saxon Settlement Archive in Google Earth

The LRC has long been engaged in experiments in archaeological computing applications and the use of GIS systems for managing excavation data. The excavation of the Anglian or Early Anglo-Saxon Settlement at West Heslerton produced a digital archive of over … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Landscape Research Centre Blog

This blog space is designed to supplement our primary web-site with up-to-date information on work in progress at The Landscape Research Centre (www.landscaperesearchcentre.org) This blog supplements the LRC website and provide links to some of the experimental research we are … Continue reading

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