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Return of the Ram

Do you remember the fantastic rams head aquamanile that was discovered at Cosmeston during the 2011 excavation? Today Cardiff PhD student and pottery specialist Alice Forward brings you an in-depth update on how this fantastic discovery is shaping up in post-excavation:  An aquamanile in context Work on the pottery assemblage from the Cardiff University excavations … Continue reading

Extra! Extra! The Curious Case of the Ram: Part 2

The green glazed rams head vessel which we first bought you the news of on Sunday and updated you on the frustrations of sticking together yesterday, has been the subject of a news story from the Cardiff University News Centre and the BBC. Cardiff University News reported that: A pottery vessel dating back to the 13th Century has been found by University archaeologists … Continue reading

The curious case of the ram

Today has been just as warm as yesterday but despite the heat and mild hangovers, work has, as always, been moving on at a pace. When the top soil was initially machined off a large rubble layer was revealed. This deposit is very typical in this particular area of the site and in each year … Continue reading

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