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Welcome to the MOLA blog. Explore our latest news, discoveries, stories and content. Our blog posts are created by archaeologists and specialists from across the organisation and cover a range of fascinating and informative topics. Browse our posts using the tags, join in the discussion and share with your network.

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    Gender, pay and archaeology

    MOLA team
    05.04.2018

    Companies that employ 250+ people are declaring their gender pay gap figures to help expose inequalities. We explore our figures and other areas of gender equality in the workplace.

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    Our favourite finds so far: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon

    MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
    04.04.2018

    Some beautiful and unusual objects have been found during archaeological work for the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme.

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    Top 10: archaeology of A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon

    MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
    27.03.2018

    We share our top 10 amazing facts about the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme, one of the largest archaeological programmes ever undertaken in the UK.

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    A14C2H archaeology shines light on 6,000 years of history

    MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
    27.03.2018

    A Roman trade distribution centre, an abandoned medieval village and three prehistoric henge monuments are among amazing archaeological discoveries that we have uncovered so far for the UK’s biggest road upgrade; Highway England’s £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme.

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    Ask the expert: Environmental Archaeologist

    MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
    20.03.2018

    We 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.

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