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Medieval brewery used by monks discovered by archaeologists on the outskirts of Lincoln

by Dave Sadler
A medieval brewery has been discovered by archaeologists along the route of Lincoln Eastern Bypass. When this area was stripped of its plough soil several months ago a large area of rubble was found,…

Tiny metal bird of ‘national significance’ is unearthed in grounds of Bamburgh Castle

by Dave Sadler
he discovery of a tiny metal bird in a dig at a castle site which was once a royal capital has set archaeologists a-flutter. The intricate copper alloy representation of a bird, thought to…

Medieval treasure dug up in Devon is first of its kind to be found

by Luke Higgins
A piece of treasure from the early medieval period, which was discovered using a metal detector, is unlike any artefact previously found, an inquest has heard. The gilded silver object with a gold and blue glass setting was found on farmland in…

Explore one of Lincolnshire’s largest archaeological sites

by Dave Sadler
History buffs with a burning desire to unearth Lincolnshire's forgotten past will have the chance to explore one of the county's largest archaeological sites. Continue reading - Explore one of Lincolnshire's largest archaeological sites

14th Century Tudor piece of pottery unearthed as 29 students join archaeology dig

by Dave Sadler
Students have been getting a hands-on opportunity to uncover history in Old Clee, Grimsby - as part of a project funded by the University of Cambridge. Twenty-nine Years 9 and 10 pupils from three schools,…

Archaeologists Uncover Viking Army Camp in England: more than a thousand finds including several hundreds of coins.

by Luke Higgins
The Vikings established the winter camp at Torksey, on the banks of the River Trent in Lincolnshire, as they prepared to conquer 9th century England,…

Metal detectorist finds medieval brooch worth thousands VIDEO and article

by Luke Higgins
A brooch, thought have been lost by a baroness almost 550 years ago is going up for auction, after being found by a metal detector last year. The rare 15th century penchant was discovered just outside the moat of…

Metal gurus: Are detectorists stealing our past or unsung Heroes ?

by Luke Higgins
                      Eyes down and bulbous headphones attached to their ears, 17 figures march like purposeful ants across bleak rows of winter wheat. It is the coldest day of winter…

Rare artefacts from 1600s found in Dublin dig

by Dave Sadler
Artefacts, the like of which have never been found in Ireland before, have been unearthed in Dublin. Pottery and glass dating from the 1600s was found during excavation of a site on the corner of Clanbrassil Street and Kevin Street in Dublin City Centre, where a Maldron Hotel…

Medieval Teutonic Castle Uncovered in Poland

by Luke Higgins
                        TORUŃ, POLAND—Science & Scholarship in Poland reports that a thirteenth-century castle has been unearthed in north-central Poland. The structure, built on a steep slope in Unislaw…
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