Processing archaeological finds is an educating and interesting process.

  • 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.

  • 13 Aug 2018

    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.

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  • 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?

  • An ‘oldle’ Victorian Rubbish pit.

    This has been partly excavated and is thought to have functioned as a Victorian rubbish bit.  A number of finds have been excavated including coloured glassware, terracotta and some metalwork.