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Post-med archaeology: it ain’t all rubbish

We are now well into the third week of the excavation and, to some people’s frustration, we are still excavating post-medieval features. The site is presented as a ‘Medieval Village’ and Cosmeston was certainly a medieval settlement, but the site did not disappear after the black death, rather it continued and developed into a prosperous … Continue reading

The Medieval Gaffer & Andy’s Buns

This evenings Daily Dig brings you the report of yesterdays exciting digging. This is also a momentous blog, introducing Rachel Phillips, a second year undergraduate at Cardiff University and the first student blogger on the Cosmeston site! Rachel is without a doubt the best troweller on site. Today we uncovered GGAT trench two.  Completely unexpected … Continue reading

Maddening Pots and Wiley Walls

Trench Action Today we had two main highlights; Sanchez’s homemade lemonade which provided a much needed afternoon short break and the walls mentioned in yesterday’s update and our tweet this afternoon. The walls we are now seeing were initially picked up in the 2009 trench and the 1987 GGAT ‘castle’ trial trench. From today’s work … Continue reading

Cosmeston @ Flickr

A working shot of the 1980s excavation in the lower area of Cosmeston

Trench Section

The Finest vintage

Wine from Afar

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Day of Archaeology 2011

Cosmeston contributed to Day of Archaeology 2011. Click through to see our posts!

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