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* Castell Henllys
"Castell Henllys is a small inland Iron Age (600-100 BC) promontory fort and adjacent native farmstead occupied in the late Iron Age and throughout the Roman period (100 BC - AD 400). It has been under excavation since 1981, and almost all of the interior and the entrance of the fort has been examined, together with a significant section of the farmstead. The fort is one of the most extensively excavated ever in Britain. The on-site building reconstructions are unique in Britain and include the longest-standing reconstructed roundhouse and granary. The excavations are run so as to provide practical training, and Castell Henllys is now the longest-running and largest such excavation in Britain."

URL: http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/arch/castellhenllys/web/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 24 November 2006
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* Excavations at Isthmia
Mainly a Classical and Roman site, there is however a Byzantine component. Excellent reports and information.

URL: http://isthmia.osu.edu/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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* Friary - Mill - Tannery: Excavations at the Carmelite friary in Esslingen am Neckar
An overview of the excavations at the Friary with images and other information from the dig.
English / German /

URL: http://home.bawue.de/~wmwerner/essling/english/karmel01.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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* Medieval rock engravings at S. Maria del Giudice
"Some new and unpublished rock engravings were recently found at Monte Cotrozzi, near S. Maria del Giudice (Lucca , Tuscany, Italy), which is one of the minor hills of the Monti Pisani, separating the towns of Pisa and Lucca." A short description of the engravings.

URL: http://www.rupestre.net/tracce/gap.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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* Monte Castellare excavations
View medieval coins, pottery, grinding apparatus, and more.
Italian /

URL: http://www.comune.pisa.it/gr-archeologico/gap/csgg.htm         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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* Towton Mass Grave Project
"In August 1996, workmen disturbed a portion of a mass-burial pit during building work at the location of the Towton battlefield (near Tadcaster, North Yorkshire). At the request of North Yorkshire County Council Heritage Unit, a team of osteoarchaeologists and archaeologists from the Department of Archaeological Sciences and members of the West Yorkshire Archaeology Service recovered the mostly complete remains of 43 individuals from the interment which measured 6m x 2m and was only 50 cm in depth."

URL: http://www.bradford.ac.uk/acad/archsci/depart/report97/towton.htm         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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* Wharram Percy: The Lost Medieval Village [NetSERF Select]
"Wharram Percy, located in Yorkshire, has been occupied by humans since the Iron Age. Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, Normans -- all have lived out their lives in this high-wold village. As an archeological site, it was one of the most important peasant digs in England." The site contains images and descriptions of the following: the location of the village, the local church, peasant houses, manor houses, and a bibliography. A must see!

URL: http://loki.stockton.edu/~ken/wharram/wharram.htm         Link Verified by NetSERF: 13 March 2011
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