MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
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MOLA Headland Infrastructure teamWe have been catching up with a few of the specialists bringing their archaeological skills to the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme, based at the MOLA Headland Infrastructure processing base in St Neots.
Elizabeth Knox and Niamh Carty
08.03.2018In this blog we speak to Elizabeth and Niamh, two of our dedicated in-house Human Osteologists (human bone specialists) about their fascinating work analysing human remains from our archaeological sites and what this can tell us about women in the archaeological record for International Women’s Day…
Revealing Canons Ashby: Historic Building Recording uncovers complex development of Elizabethan mansion
21.02.2018We’ve recently completed a programme of historic building recording at Canons Ashby House in Northamptonshire. Hear from Historic Buildings Officer, Amir Bassir, about the fascinating discoveries being made there...
19.02.2018Our drone operators have been out at Blaise Park, Oxfordshire, conducting an archaeological aerial survey. Explore some of the amazing images they've captured and created.