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TVAS Reading: Roman shoes and a giant’s grave at Top Road, Kempsford

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TVAS Reading: Roman shoes and a giant’s grave at Top Road, Kempsford Archaeologists from TVAS have been excavating land along Top Road in Kempsford, Gloucestershire ahead of a housing development. Guided by the findings of evaluation trenches, an open area excavation revealed a significant number of archaeological features and a long history of site use…

TVAS South Update: Roman Road Investigated

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TVAS South Update: Roman Road Investigated Proposed housing development on 1.6 ha of land near Uckfield Road in Ringmer, East Sussex, prompted archaeological evaluation as the DBA had indicated that the site was located in an area of high archaeological potential. In addition, further geophysical surveys of the wider area indicated that the Roman road…

TVAS SouthWest Update: Open Excavation reveals BA Enclosure

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TVAS SouthWest Update: Open Excavation reveals BA Enclosure Extensive excavation at Bath Road in Gloucestershire has identified archaeological activity ranging from the Neolithic to the early Iron Age. Notably, within the wide range of features recorded during the investigation were two cremation burials and further ditches forming a Bronze Age enclosure. Due to limitations of…

Eysey Manor Farm: Open Excavation continues to find evidence of Iron Age Occupation

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Eysey Manor Farm: Open Excavation continues to find evidence of Iron Age Occupation Open excavation at Eysey Manor quarry continues as the project moves into phase 8 of ongoing investigation. Similar to the previous phases, further evidence of Iron Age occupation is exposed, represented by a number of ring ditches, pits and linears. Striking images…

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