Monthly Archives: June 2011
I spent the afternoon photographing departmental students and local community volunteers digging in Castleton, Derbyshire. Castleton Historical Society and the University have spent the last four years searching for the remains of the medieval hospital that was founded on the … Continue reading
Umberto’s thoughts on his most significant find, the importance of communicating archaeology and the tool most important to him are now online in staff life stories.
The first set of images from delving into the department’s reference collections are now online. These cover some of the plant and animal specimens.
John Moreland’s staff life story page is now online.
I spent the longest day deep in the storage facilities of the archaeology department on a day when thousands of people had spent a short night waiting for sunrise at hundreds of prehistoric sites across the country. Where they were … Continue reading