Dear list members


I’d like to share some archaeological research articles in Historic England Research digital magazine Issue 8



·         “Lidar and field survey of Warton Crag hilltop enclosure”: Shining new light on a scheduled ‘hillfort’ in Lancashire (that may not actually be one) .


·         “Snodhill Castle, Peterchurch, Herefordshire” – revealing a marcher castle:


·         “Working on the edge”- Our changing perceptions of the wreck of HMS Colossus.


·         “The past as the key to the future”- Reconstructing past sea levels on the Isles of Scilly, and projecting how the island landscape might change in the future.


·         “Writing Mucking” - Preparing a major 1960s excavation at Mucking, Essex, for publication.


If you prefer to digest and share information in PDF form you can get a free download of Issue 8 of the magazine including this and other articles.


Kind regards



Robin Page

Digital Coordinator

Investigation and Analysis Department

Direct Dial: 01793 414617

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