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Community excavation at Cothelstone Hill, Somerset

Community excavation at Cothelstone Hill, Somerset

Bronze Age pottery beakers found inside Wick Barrow in 1907.  They can be seen on display in the Museum of Somerset, Taunton.

Bronze Age pottery beakers found inside Wick Barrow in 1907. They can be seen on display in the Museum of Somerset, Taunton.

Traces of a round house on excavation site.

Traces of a round house on excavation site.

Children from Bishops Lydeard primary school taking part in a test pit excavation at Cothelstone Hill

Children from Bishops Lydeard primary school taking part in a test pit excavation at Cothelstone Hill

Following on from the fantastic success of the Operation Nightingale excavation at Barrow Clump last summer, the soldiers have returned for a second year. The 2013 excavations will explore new areas of this Bronze Age burial mound and aim to identify the extent of the Saxon cemetery.

Following on from the fantastic success of the Operation Nightingale excavation at Barrow Clump last summer, the soldiers have returned for a second year. The 2013 excavations will explore new areas of this Bronze Age burial mound and aim to identify the extent of the Saxon cemetery.

Injured soldiers are invited to learn archaeology skills in an innovative recovery project Photo: Cadw / Operation Nightingale - UK

Injured soldiers are invited to learn archaeology skills in an innovative recovery project Photo: Cadw / Operation Nightingale - UK

Looking towards Hinkley Point's western perimeter.

Looking towards Hinkley Point's western perimeter.

Cadw teamed up with communities and the award winning soldiers from Operation Nightingale for an excavation of the possible tribal capital of the Silures - the Iron Age hillfort at Llanmelin Wood, Caerwent.    Llanmelin Community Project aims to provide an opportunity for disengaged members of society, who do not often get many life-chances, to participate in archaeology and help Cadw gain a better understanding of one of its monuments.

Cadw teamed up with communities and the award winning soldiers from Operation Nightingale for an excavation of the possible tribal capital of the Silures - the Iron Age hillfort at Llanmelin Wood, Caerwent. Llanmelin Community Project aims to provide an opportunity for disengaged members of society, who do not often get many life-chances, to participate in archaeology and help Cadw gain a better understanding of one of its monuments.

Children from Bishops Lydeard Primary School enjoying the test pit excavation at Cothelstone Hill, Somerset

Children from Bishops Lydeard Primary School enjoying the test pit excavation at Cothelstone Hill, Somerset

Community archeologie als essentieel onderdeel van publieksarcheologie?

Community archeologie als essentieel onderdeel van publieksarcheologie?

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