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Newbold-on-Stour: 4,000 year old ceremonial and burial site (aka The Newbold Henge)

On one of our recent archaeological excavations, we uncovered some rare and exciting finds for Warwickshire The site at Mansell Farm, Newbold-on-Stour was excavated on behalf of Lioncourt Homes in…

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Ravenstone: A Modern Perspective

With just a population of roughly over 2,000 lying in between the towns of Coalville and Ashby-de-la-Zouch, the small village of Ravenstone in Leicestershire is home to an eclectic array…

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Oriens: Shining a light on Britain’s Roman past

Oriens is a Romano-British Child buried close to Roman Mancetter over 1600 years ago and currently residing with Archaeology Warwickshire for study. We are confident that Oriens has a lot more…

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Old Grammar School Coventry: Medieval skulls found during restoration works

Archaeology Warwickshire has once again been carrying out archaeology in Coventry. Our archaeologists were involved in the restoration of the 12th-century Old Grammar School building in the centre of Coventry.…

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