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The booted man discovered on the Tideway site at Chambers Wharf in London (c) MOLA Headland Infrastructure
The medieval mystery of the booted man in the mud
December 3, 2018

A mysterious male skeleton, lying face-down deep in the Thames mud, with a pair of in-situ thigh-high leather boots has been discovered by our archaeologists working on one of the sites being used to build London’s super sewer in Bermondsey. The skeleton was discovered at Tideway’s Chambers Wharf site in…

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A team of expert archaeologists excavate burials at Park Street in Birmingham (c) HS2 courtesy of MOLA Headland Infrastructure
Archaeological excavation at Park Street burial ground underway
November 22, 2018

Archaeological excavations at  the site of the 19th century Park Street burial ground in Birmingham are up and running. Part of wider archaeological investigations taking place along the Phase One stretch of the HS2 rail route, the Park Street site is located on what will be the Birmingham Curzon Street…

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Geomatician, Ramon
Meet the people behind the UK’s largest archaeological project
March 2, 2018

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Project Specific Archaeologist
March 28, 2017

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