Tag Archives: Settlement

How and why did Britain become Neolithic?

On January 8th the Royal Archaeological Institute are holding a debate between of the leading lights in British Neolithic archaeology. Dr Alison Sheridan, Professor Julian Thomas and Professor Alasdair Whittle have been invited to  debate that most thorny of issues “How and why did … Continue reading

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New settlement site revealed in Berkshire

Wessex Archaeology have just released details of their excavation at Kingsmead Quarry, Horton, Berkshire. The site contains at least 4 structures which are interpreted as houses. Further details can be found on the Wessex Archaeology blog: http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/projects/horton2013

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Wiltshire Archaeology Conference

The Archaeology Group of the Wiltshire Archaeology & Natural History Society (WAHNS) has organised a day conference on recent developments in the county on Saturday March 16th. Among the speakers are Phil Harding, Julian Richards and Josh Pollard who will … Continue reading

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Book review – Archaeological Excavations at Tullahedy County Tipperary. Neolithic Settlement in North Munster

Brief note – Robert M Chapple reviews a new publication detailing the excavations at Tullahedy. Read it on his blog at http://rmchapple.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/archaeological-excavations-at-tullahedy.html

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