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Archaeology and Ancient History at Leicester is home to a world-class, international team of scholars engaged in cutting-edge research and teaching. My Archaeology Work Experience with Wendy Scott, FLO for Leicestershire, by Lewis Monkfield (15). First Week. Monday – I went to the record office in Wigston to set up a Viking exhibition, it was ok but maybe because it was my first day I wasn’t that confident to help or do anything. (he was very helpful! WS). The Leicestershire and Rutland Festival of Archaeology is back for another year bringing with it a fantastic journey of discovery and celebration of the rich and fascinating heritage of Leicestershire & Rutland. The Archaeology of the East Midlands An Archaeological Resource Assessment and Research Agenda Edited by Nicholas J. Cooper. with contributions by. Garry Campion, Patrick Clay, Simon Collcutt, Paul Courtney, Roger Jacobi, Carenza Lewis, John McNabb, Angela Monckton, Andrew Myers, Jeremy Taylor, Alan Vince and Steven Willis.
Aucott & Thomas have thousands of books on subjects ranging from antiques to the unexplained. Archaeology, equestrian sport, folk music and pony fiction are our particular interests. More information on each book including photos is available by email to [email protected] or phone Usually someone is in the office between 10 am. We provide a specialist archaeological advisory service to the County, District and Borough local planning authorities (LPAs) of Leicestershire and Rutland, apart from Charnwood. Our advice might include: Advising that an archaeological search is carried out. Suggesting work to lessen the impact of the development. Jewry Wall in Leicester. The Society was founded in and over the years has changed its name slightly, but its aims have virtually remained the same; 'to promote the study of history, archaeology, antiquities and architecture of the county'. News and events This is the official blog of the School of Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Leicester. You will find here news about the School, events we organise and other interesting pieces of information on archaeology and history.
Community Archaeology in Leicestershire. Matt will share with the Open Research Forum his thoughts on community archaeology in Leicester and Leicestershire. The presentation will cover: the history of archaeology in the county, what community archaeology is, and; how to get involved. Sign up for this free seminar on our Eventbrite page. Book. The book is aimed at KS (11 to 18 years) and is linked to a new resource for teachers entitled Life in the Roman World: Ratae Corieltavorum (Roman Leicester) which includes session plans, activities and worksheets, as well as introducing Latin in the context of the archaeology of Roman Leicester. Supplied by University of Leicester Archaeological Services 4/8 Archaeologists uncovered a 2,year-old Celtic shield in a field in Leicestershire made from ultra-light bark rather than the Author: David Keys. Despite the incredibly wet end to University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) have been in the field with a number of important sites. Peter Liddle’s Lectures Peter Liddle MBE, former County Archaeologist, regularly runs short 6 week courses around the County on archaeology in Leicestershire and Rutland. .