Well, I heard at the weekend about a Big Dig hole dug in the highlands
that I previously knew nothing about at all.  In fact I'm not sure what
happened here at all so don't know what if any reports to expect.

The liaison with us here, not to say the very sketchy understanding they
had of geography of Britain were pretty disappointing to say the

John Wood

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-----Original Message-----
From: Carroll Quinton [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: 08 September 2003 12:19
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Big Dig reports

Dear all

At the risk of reviving an old argument, how many of you have received
reports or archives from those who took part in the Time Team Big Dig in
June? So far I have had one report (from the 27 or so sites dug!).




Quinton Carroll
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County Archaeology Office
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