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Sadie WatsonThe next generation of research innovators has been announced by UK Research and Innovation. Amongst the 78 Future Leaders Fellows is MOLA archaeologist, Sadie Watson. In this blog she tells us a bit about her Fellowship…
New book reveals how Bronze Age elites used burial monuments to stake their claim on the Hampshire landscape
28.08.2019We have just published a new book revealing how local populations may have used burial monuments to mark their claim on the Hampshire landscape during the Bronze Age.
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.
Wartime public health posters found in Drapers’ Hall basement give insight into its air raid shelter past
14.08.2019Historic Building Officer Lauren Wilson explores what our survey has revealed about how the basement of Drapers' Hall provided shelter for the people of Coventry during the Second World War…