Processing archaeological finds is an educating and interesting process.

  • 17 Sep 2018

    Dunald Mill Cave – T. Regan & L. Rice Sat 23rd May 2015

    As it was a dry and sunny day we decided to visit Dunald Mill Hole. Its waters were likely to be low but it is flood prone (spot the flood debris in the 20ft roof of the cave fairly close to the ...

  • 13 Aug 2018

    A Fine Team of Archaeologists!

    We’ve got some dedicated members on our team who are very keen to get involved; both in the digging and the finds processing.

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  • Dunald Mill Cave – T. Regan & L. Rice Sat 23rd May 2015

    As it was a dry and sunny day we decided to visit Dunald Mill Hole. Its waters were likely to be low but it is flood prone (spot the flood debris in the 20ft roof of the cave fairly close to the entrance). As you travel towards the sump, foam lines all the passage at every level so do...

  • A Fine Team of Archaeologists!

    We’ve got some dedicated members on our team who are very keen to get involved; both in the digging and the finds processing.

  • Archaeologist in Training

    One of our learning to be archaeologists carefully teasing away the soil with his trowel to reveal a bottle hidden under a tree root.

  • Great Finds from our latest dig!

    Recently Victory visited a site in the Lune Valley which includes a Victorian/early 20th century rubbish pit.  Found some fantastic finds so far.  A lot of intact glassware from various periods, some interesting mechanical metalwork and lots of ceramics. Next stage will be to have all these items cleaned and processed.

  • Relish with Poison ;-)

    A Relish bottle (green) and Poison bottle which were found locally in ‘very’ close proximity to each other.  They were located in an old rubbish pit. Wonder if there’s a story in this?