Roman Lifestyles in Rural Rutland: Fresh insights give context to a unique Trojan War mosaic — ULAS News

Finding a unique Roman mosaic featuring gruesome scenes from the Trojan War cycle may have been more than enough for some people, but archaeologists have curiosity running through their veins, and this Summer we have returned to Rutland to discover more about this amazing new villa and the people who lived there. John Thomas, Deputy Director […]

Roman Lifestyles in Rural Rutland: Fresh insights give context to a unique Trojan War mosaic — ULAS News

Prehistoric Britain… — Infinity Beckons

Tribes. Tribal convictions was where the conversation turned slightly sour. Declaring to an ex-squady (who has always voted Tory, who has always pledged allegiance to the Queen and who would always have voted for Brexit), that you didn’t identify yourself as being British was never going to go down too well. We conversed what “tribes” […]

Prehistoric Britain… — Infinity Beckons

Five Years of Stone Alignments — The Heritage Journal

On the 14th March 2016 a new web resource was publicly announced on these pages, the Stone Rows of Great Britain website.  The idea for the new site came after a series of articles by Dr Sandy Gerrard here on the Journal, and we feel fully justified in congratulating him on the occasion of the […]

Five Years of Stone Alignments — The Heritage Journal