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Archaeology Collection: Diggers and Excavations

Diggers and Excavations Collection
27 items

Archaeology Collection: Prehistoric Remains

Prehistoric Remains Collection
487 items

Archaeology Collection: Enclosed settlements

Enclosed settlements Collection
21 items

Archaeology Collection: Roman Britain

Roman Britain Collection
362 items

Archaeology Collection: Medieval settlements

Medieval settlements Collection
50 items

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Viking ship EAW026333

Viking ship EAW026333
The Hugin (a replica of the Viking Gokstad ship) at sea, Eastbourne, East Sussex. A gift from the Danish government to commemorate the 1500th anniversary of the arrival of Hengist

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Chysauster Ancient Village J910203

Chysauster Ancient Village J910203
CHYSAUSTER ANCIENT VILLAGE, Cornwall. General View

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Aerial photography 24511_003

Aerial photography 24511_003
Down Ampney, Gloucestershire. An aerial photography training flight over a rectangular double-ditched enclosure. Part of an aerial photography course to help spot

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Antler tool J010076

Antler tool J010076
SILBURY HILL, Avebury, Wiltshire. Antler tine tool from May 2001 excavations

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Yeavering Bell Camp 28283_032

Yeavering Bell Camp 28283_032
Yeavering Bell, Kirknewton, Cheviots, Northumberland. Iron Age hillfort. Photographed in 2012. NHLE1006561

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Cropmark complex at Kempsford 29728_026

Cropmark complex at Kempsford 29728_026
Cropmarks of a probable Iron Age or Roman settlement and probable Bronze Age round barrows near Kempsford, Gloucestershire, 2015. SU1896

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Sutton Hoo 35162_018

Sutton Hoo 35162_018
A 7th and early 8th century barrow cemetery containing two ship burials, cremations and an inhumation cemetery, Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, 2022

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Sutton Hoo 35162_019

Sutton Hoo 35162_019
A 7th and early 8th century barrow cemetery containing two ship burials, cremations and an inhumation cemetery, Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, 2022

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Drayton Cursus 33721_033

Drayton Cursus 33721_033
The Drayton Cursus, settlement site and a barrow cemetery showing as crop marks near Brook Farm, Drayton, Oxfordshire, 2018

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Linton 33712_021

Linton 33712_021
Rectilinear enclosure crop mark showing in the hot summer of 2018, near Linton, Cambridgeshire, 2018

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Etonbury 33711_007

Etonbury 33711_007
Etonbury Deserted Medieval Settlement showing as a crop mark, near Arlesey, Bedfordshire, 2018

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Church parch mark 33725_043

Church parch mark 33725_043
Ground plan of All Saints Church showing as a parch mark, Stratton Park, East Stratton, Hampshire, 2018

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Parchmark garden 33725_020

Parchmark garden 33725_020
Formal garden parch marks and portico from original house at Stratton Park, East Stratton, Hampshire, 2018

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Priddy Circles 33077_019

Priddy Circles 33077_019
Three of the Priddy Circles, Somerset, 2016

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Cropmarks at Marston Meysey 29729_020

Cropmarks at Marston Meysey 29729_020
A possible Prehistoric or Roman settlement and probable Bronze Age round barrows in Marston Meysey, Wiltshire, 2015. SU1297

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Wylye Down field system 29833_034

Wylye Down field system 29833_034
Iron Age or Romano British field system earthwork on Wylye Down, Wiltshire, 2016

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Enclosed settlement 28913_046

Enclosed settlement 28913_046
An Iron Age or Romano-British enclosed settlement earthwork near Smalesmouth Farm, Northumberland, 2016. NY7385

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Ray Fell 28910_005

Ray Fell 28910_005
An enclosed settlement, or homestead, earthwork on Ray Fell, Northumberland, 2016. NY9584

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Ray Fell 28910_010

Ray Fell 28910_010
An enclosed settlement, or homestead, earthwork on Ray Fell, Northumberland, 2016. NY9584

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Cropmarks of a trackway 28779_043

Cropmarks of a trackway 28779_043
Tog Dale, near Langtoft, East Riding of Yorkshire. Iron Age and Roman linear settlement and trackway crop marks, 2015. TA0268

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Construction works 28676_020

Construction works 28676_020
Construction works for the Bedale, Aiskew and Leeming Bar bypass, North Yorkshire, 2015. SE2789

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Ulnaby DMV 28655_021

Ulnaby DMV 28655_021
Ulnaby, Darlington. Earthwork remains of the deserted medieval village of Ulnaby, Darlington, 2015. NZ2217

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Walworth DMV 28655_027

Walworth DMV 28655_027
Walworth, Darlington. Earthwork remains ofr the deserted medieval village at Walworth, Darlington, 2015. NZ2319

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Arthurs Stone OP35390

Arthurs Stone OP35390
ARTHURs STONE, ARTHURs STONE LANE, DORSTONE, HEREFORDSHIRE. A view from the west of Arthurs Stone. This photograph was printed in the RCHME Inventory Volume for Herefordshire, Volume I, Plate 89

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Sinkside Hill 28286_074

Sinkside Hill 28286_074
Sinkside Hill, Kirknewton, Cheviots, Northumberland. Iron Age hillfort enclosed by a stone rampart. There are traces of interior features. NHLE 1009529

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Farmstead, Lavenham 29817_004

Farmstead, Lavenham 29817_004
Late medieval farmstead in Lavenham, Suffolk. This 2015 aerial photograph shows the buried remains of a late medieval farmstead revealed as cropmarks

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Neolithic arrowheads N100547

Neolithic arrowheads N100547
HATFIELD EARTHWORKS, Wiltshire. Flint arrowheads from Marden Henge excavations, 2010

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Grimspound K930029

Grimspound K930029
GRIMSPOUND, Dartmoor, Devon. General view of the remains of a Bronze Age settlement

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Eddisbury Hillfort entrance DP119403

Eddisbury Hillfort entrance DP119403
Eddisbury Hill, Delamere, Northwich, Cheshire. Excavation of the Eastern entrance of the hillfort in progress in August 2010

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Drake Howe, Cringle Moor, Bilsdale Midcable, North Yorkshire

Drake Howe, Cringle Moor, Bilsdale Midcable, North Yorkshire. Cringle Moor is the third highest hill in the North York Moors

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Chysauster Ancient Village N160020

Chysauster Ancient Village N160020
CHYSAUSTER ANCIENT VILLAGE, Cornwall. General view of entrance to hut 6 shot at twilight

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Enclosures, Stoke Hammond 26957_027

Enclosures, Stoke Hammond 26957_027
Neolithic long mortuary enclosures in Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire Features below the plough soil that cause cropmarks can be man-made or natural. In this case its both

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Halangy Down Ancient Village, Isles of Scilly N090273

Halangy Down Ancient Village, Isles of Scilly N090273
HALANGY DOWN ANCIENT VILLAGE, St Mary s, Isles of Scilly. Remains of the Iron Age village. View of circular house with stone walls and hearth

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Settlement, Comberton 29365_001

Settlement, Comberton 29365_001
Iron Age/Roman settlement in Comberton, Cambridgeshire. The dry summer of 2015 proved an exciting year for cropmark discoveries on the Cambridgeshire claylands

Background imageArchaeology Collection: West Hill, Cheviots 28285_019

West Hill, Cheviots 28285_019
West Hill, Cheviots, Northumberland. Enclosed settlement with earth and stone built ramparts, probably Iron Age in origin

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Roman Theatre 29661_031

Roman Theatre 29661_031
Verulamium Roman Town, St Albans, Hertfordshire. An aerial view showing the Roman Theatre, 2015

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Great Hetha 28286_051

Great Hetha 28286_051
Great Hetha, Cheviots, Northumberland. Iron Age hillfort with stone ramparts. NHLE1014508

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Earthworks, Coventry 26735_031

Earthworks, Coventry 26735_031
Second World War air raid shelter in Coventry. In this photograph traces of a Second World War air raid shelter can still be seen in Radford Road recreation ground, Coventry

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Mid Hill, Cheviots 28286_022

Mid Hill, Cheviots 28286_022
Mid Hill, Westnewton, Cheviots, Northumberland. Enclosed settlement, with a stone and earth rampart. Probably Iron Age in origin. NHLE 1008358

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Henge and ringwork, Hornsea 28086_011

Henge and ringwork, Hornsea 28086_011
Neolithic henge reused as a Bronze Age ringwork in Hornsea, East Yorkshire Historic Englands aerial reconnaissance team spotted the buried remains of this rare

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Earthworks, Shap 28376_051

Earthworks, Shap 28376_051
Medieval grange and post medieval lime kiln in Shap, Cumbria. This image shows the remains of a lime kiln in Cumbria which would have produced quick lime by burning limestone

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Settlement, Gillsmere 28366_033

Settlement, Gillsmere 28366_033
Iron Age Roman settlement at Gillsmere, Cumbria. The low winter sunlight in this aerial photograph reveals subtle details of this late Iron Age or Roman settlement

Background imageArchaeology Collection: Silchester 29845_011

Silchester 29845_011
Calleva Roman Town, Silchester, Hampshire. An archaeological excavation is in progress in the centre. Photographed in September 2015



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