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2 days 18 hours ago
Drop into the University of Nottingham Museum between 11am and 4pm on Saturday 23 July and discover the wonders... https://t.co/3vh0FL8PnY
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Enjoying the Festival so far? Don't forget to share your Festival finds so far with us https://t.co/sM6X98ALD3
2 days 20 hours ago
RT : If you're in tomorrow make sure to visit day at town hall https://t.co/plLmViPvSP
2 days 21 hours ago
Looks like could use some help. The dig is open to everyone until 31July https://t.co/Fdc7VtxOpR https://t.co/YjIcruH7g2
2 days 21 hours ago
A thing of beauty! If Must Farm is Britain's Pompeii, you must be the Mary Berry of archaeology. https://t.co/EVKQTI6izN
2 days 22 hours ago
Beautiful finds - our favourites are the blue pieces. Thanks for sharing! https://t.co/CNTy3O7JM4
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RT : We're getting a pre-dig brief before hoping to find site of Battle of Fulford for https://t.co/8LAKqeYjuu

News

Mon 20th Jun 2016, 3:25pm

Archaeocake! Get baking this summer to celebrate the Festival of Archaeology!

To celebrate an amazing summer of archaeology, we’re running a fantastic baking competition! Bake your own real life heritage or archaeological site and email a picture to us, to be put...

Thu 2nd Jul 2015, 10:22am

Mineology! Get Minecrafting this summer to celebrate the 25th Festival of Archaeology! 

To celebrate an amazing summer of archaeology, we’re running a fantastic Minecraft competition! Build your own real life heritage or archaeological site in Minecraft and...

Fri 9th Jan 2015, 10:21am

The Church Meadow Open Day took place on a sunny 12th July 2014. It was run at the  end of the second week of a three excavation as part of the Festival of Archaeology in conjunction with Ewell Village Day. More than 200 people visited the excavation on the outskirts of the Romano-British...

Tue 29th Jul 2014, 12:33pm

Come along to the ‘Dig Whitehawk’ Site Open Day, Whitehawk Hill, Saturday 23 August 


2014, 11am-5pm. Displays, demonstrations and activities. View our community excavation and join in tours of the monument.
The event is running as part of the Heritage...

Tue 29th Jul 2014, 10:18am

Are you coming to the Llŷn Peninsula on holiday in 2014? Do you live here? If so, get your camera out and visit our heritage sites!


http://www.crwydro.co.uk/aberdaron/

You can be part of a...

Pendinas hillfort walk
Sat 27th Jul 2013, 3:19pm

Another successful Festival of Archaeology has almost come to a close and dates have been set for our 24th annual event - 12-27 July 2014. We still have ongoing activities after 28 July this year, so check out our website What's On section for further details of opportunities to...

YAC Attack Rock Art
Sat 27th Jul 2013, 3:02pm

Rock art is one of the most poignant forms of archaeological evidence. Rock art can be described as any human-made markings on natural stone, whether carved or painted. There are two different types of rock art: petroglyphs are carved into stone surfaces, whereas pictographs are rock and cave ...

YAC attack instruction for an Egyptian death mask
Fri 26th Jul 2013, 5:00pm

Another activity involving papier mache - this time it's an Egyptian death mask. You can go wild with gold paper and colourful paints with this very hands-on project.

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Dyyfryn Lane: Prehistoric ritual complex including a henge and ring ditches.
Thu 25th Jul 2013, 11:49am

We've had lots of hot weather recently and the dry ground often reveals archaeology which can be seen without digging or geophysics. Agricultural crops can often create the same effect. Today's Young Archaeologists' Club activity requires a bit of time to come to fruition, but the waiting can...

Medieval stone head from Bardney Abbey
Thu 25th Jul 2013, 11:33am

More Festival events are being added to the listings for the final days of the Festival. Crossrail will be holding an Open Weekend at Stepney Green on 27-28 July where they are hoping to uncover a Tudor manor moat. Keen walkers can join a moorland guide from Hound Tor car park on Dartmoor for a...

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