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Do It Now! Kill Me, I’m Here, Do It! Also, Biscuits.

We are nearing the end of our dig, but fear not! This does not mean the end of blogging, as we shall continue throughout the year to bring you the latest post excavation news and interpretations from Cosmeston. In the meantime, the dig isn’t over yet! Today we bring a blog by Tom Durbin, first year … 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

Cloudbursts and Audio-Visual Archaeology

Archaeologists sometimes love rain. The hot dry weather of the last few days meant that features became hard to spot as the ground cracked and turned to dust. After today’s damp start, however, features are suddenly popping up all over the place. We will, as usual, bring you the full low down on what we … Continue reading

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