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…
23.11.201711 Iron Age cauldrons uncovered in Leicestershire will be worked on by our conservators. CT scans have already revealed glimpses of what they will find.
22.10.2017Discover the latest results from the largest archaeological study of London’s population from the 16th to 18th centuries
11.08.2017We recently launched our Built Heritage Youth Engagement Programme which aims to reach out to disadvantaged young people in three London boroughs and help them to engage with archaeology and heritage. Find out how we got on...