River Raiders booklet working group The second event is at 10.30 am on Wednesday 24th March is for those who might like to help to research and create the River Raiders booklet which will be published and distributed at the end of the project (some of you have already told Richard that you would like […]
River Raiders: Digging Deeper This session presents an overview of the many and varied sources of archaeological and historical information which can be accessed online and used to inform research projects. It will focus on East Anglian Anglo-Saxon and Viking resources in particular, but many of the sources presented contain material relevant to all periods […]
This is one in a series of Rendlesham Revealed lectures, delivered by our partners Suffolk Archaeology. Stuart Brookes reconstructs the evolution of the Anglo-Saxon administrative landscape and places Rendlesham in its territorial context. About this Event Early territories can be reconstructed from place-names, historical and archaeological evidence. The case study of Rendlesham allows us to […]
Examining the archaeological and historical evidence for the settlement and integration of the Vikings into East Anglian life and culture.
This is one in a series of Rendlesham Revealed lectures, delivered by our partners Suffolk Archaeology. Jude Plouviez examines the evidence of Romans at Rendlesham and beyond. About this Event Finds from Rendlesham, especially the coins, have highlighted questions about the final years of Roman control in East Anglia. Was Rendlesham one of the places […]
Charlotte Scull shares her analysis of the animal bones excavated at Rendlesham and what this can tell us about the site.