6th March 2018

Speaker: Richard Bradley
Lecture commences 7pm

Excavation and watching-brief work by Worcestershire Archaeology uncovered a large multi-period site with at least 8000 years of activity. This included scatters of Mesolithic to early Neolithic flint debris, a complete Beaker and associated grave goods, a Bronze Age to Iron Age farmstead represented by a series of roundhouses and large enclosure ditches, Roman droveways and enclosures, multiple burials and post-built buildings, Saxon finds and the remains of medieval agriculture.  The project commenced at the end of September 2016 and should be complete in early 2018, and was undertaken on behalf of the Environment Agency.

Richard is a project officer working for Worcestershire Archaeology.

This lecture will take place at the BMI

 

 

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