• 75

    miles of road analysed and excavated in the last 5 years

  • 5000

    items available in our library

  • 15000

    burials excavated in the last 5 years

  • 325

    archives deposited with museums in the last 5 years

Project feed

Every week our teams of archaeologists are uncovering interesting finds across the country. Whether it is an artefact or an ecofact, each piece of evidence helps us build a more detailed picture of the past. 

Join us in an exciting journey of discovery.

Portrait of Kat Blackbourne

Kat is digging in our East England region


This later Iron Age/Early Roman weaving comb was recovered from a pit. These combs are often found without their “teeth” intact, and their use in the weaving process still isn’t fully understood.

broken fragments of a bone weaving comb
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Portrait of Lauren McIntyre

Lauren is digging in our North England region


A beautiful quarry tile floor was uncovered during excavations of an earlier church building in Hull.

An archaeologist excavates a medieval red and black tiled floor surface
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Profile photo of Stephanie Matthews

Stephanie is digging in our East England region


This late Bronze Age pottery fragment popped out of my pit. You can see the groove pattern made from pushing their thumb into the clay. 

A close up of a hand holding a fragment of decorated Prehistoric pottery
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