A few more photographs from today from Jo and Sigurd. Click on any image for a larger version.
A few shots from this afternoon, courtesy of Professor Scott Pike. Click on any of the images for a larger version.
Some more images of Ceridwen painstaking excavation of a massive spread of broken pottery at the top of Trench X today.
Day Twenty-Three ‘Grandaddy of all drains’ reaches 30-metre mark Tell someone that one of the greatest highlights of this excavation season is a drain and you will get some strange looks. But this is no ordinary drain. As we explained in the diary yesterday, this is a superdrain, the granddaddy …
A random selection of shots from today’s activities on site. As usual, click on any image for a larger version. Photographs by Jo Bourne, Paul Durdin and Sigurd Towrie.
(Photographs by Jo Bourne)
Day Twenty-Two It’s a . . . drain – but an incredibly big one! So here we are again. And the world waits with bated breath for news of yesterday’s discovery. During excavation at the southern end of Structure Eight it became clear that we had a hole. Not just …
A small selection of photographs from across the site today. Pictures by Jo Bourne and Sigurd Towrie. Click on any image for a larger version.
A brief snapshot of what was a busy day on site.
Just as work for the day came to an end, an exciting discovery was made in the “Central Midden Area”, between Structures Eight and Twelve, and at the intersection of walls representing at least three earlier structures. Watch this space tomorrow as all will be revealed!
Day Twenty-One ‘It’s just another manic Monday…’ Being a Monday, today is suitably manic. A large number of new recruits arrived on site this morning bright, eager, and in some cases suitably apprehensive, about what is to come. They were all given a warm welcome and inducted into the mysteries …
The annexe outside the eastern entrance to Structure Twelve, complete with possible standing stone. (Jim Bright)
The half-way mark was reached yesterday – just four weeks left of the 2019 excavation season. Pictures by Jo Bourne and Sigurd Towrie. Click on any image for a larger version.