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Will RathouseExcavations carried out as part of the Kenley Revival Project community dig uncovered the toe and heel piece of an old boot. In this blog, Will Rathouse shares what research has revealed about a possible amusing incident in its past...
MOLA Headland team
21.08.2019Conservator Lucie gives us a glimpse into the important work she has been doing to conserve a pair of 200-year-old leather slippers found during excavations for HS2 at St James's burial ground, Euston.
02.08.2019We share some of our favourite finds from excavations at Drapers' Hall in Coventry including a bird bone pen, ladle bowls, set of beads and a fragment of medieval glass.
‘I went to Rome and all I got you was this stylus!’ Rare inscribed Roman writing implement discovered beneath Bloomberg’s European HQ goes on display
28.07.2019A unique Roman stylus, with the most elaborate and expressive inscription of its kind is set to go on display for the first time.