MOLA Headland team
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MOLA Headland teamOur archaeologists have uncovered an incredibly rare coin featuring a Roman emperor who reigned for only two months during the post-excavation work on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme. In this blog, we explore the significance of this coin.
15.05.2019In this blog new MOLA Ambassador, Dr Sophie Hay, joins the Thames Discovery Programme on the Greenwich foreshore for her first Archaeology Ambassador event.
14.05.2019Sophie Jackson, our Director of Research and Engagement called the discovery of a remarkable Anglo-Saxon burial chamber in Prittlewell, Essex Britain’s "equivalent of Tutankhamun's tomb”, sparking lively debate in the press and on social media. Why compare the two?
09.05.2019Today, we’ve published two new books with research revealing previously hidden insights into the Prittlewell princely burial and the man buried.