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Day of Archaeology 2011: Cosmeston round up

29th July 2011, what day was it? No, not Friday, Friday, but the Day of Archaeology 2011: Yesterday was the inaugural Day of Archaeology, a project conceived by Lorna Richardson (UCL PhD student) and Matt Law (Cardiff PhD student and commercial archaeologist). The project, designed to give a window into the daily lives of archaeologists, had over 400 contributors chronicling … Continue reading

Survivors, Transformers and a coin thingy

Sunday was the second day of our Getting Medieval open day. With glorious sunshine and over 800 visitors the day was a wonderful success. One of the Cardiff University undergraduate students digging on site, Rob Barret, is an expert videographer. As part of his site report Rob is producing a movie of the 2011 season (we will bring you the exclusive premier of … Continue reading

Getting Medieval! Today!

Yes folks, our fun, FREE, family archaeology and medieval activity weekend is here! From 10:00am – 4:00pm this Saturday and Sunday the Cosmeston excavation and reconstructed village are open to all, with music, medieval fighting and archaeological artefacts to handle. For details on the event please see our website and the Cardiff University events page. If you can’t … Continue reading

Zombie Students and Slacking Supervisors

Slightly later than planned, we bring you yesterdays (5th July) Daily Dig report, written by our newest Cosmeston blogger, Supervisor Scott: After the previous night of good food, good fun, and some crazy antics, today began slowly!  Not to be deterred, the supervisors herded the zombie-like students to the trench for work.  James, Diana and … Continue reading

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