Processing archaeological finds is an educating and interesting process.

  • 30 Apr 2018

    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 ...

  • 02 Nov 2017

    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.

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  • 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.

  • New Ceramic Base Find.

    Part of some sort of a ceramic base found locally.  It was found in pieces and is seen here held together with masking tape.  Interesting layering technique in the ceramic.  The colours seemed to be layered throughout rather than just on the surface.