Liss Archaeology – The Colemore Project excavations in NE Hampshire

June, 2016 and September/October 2016

In 2016, two excavations are planned.

In June the targets are features seen as geophysical anomalies in the vicinity of the main building that may indicate further rooms/habitation and will take the format of evaluation trenches plus test pits.

The September/October excavation target is likely to be determined upon the results of the spring excavation; a large trench is planned. A further series of geophysical surveys are also planned for 2016 plus a local village test pit project in Stroud near Petersfield, field-walking, excavation elsewhere and more!

Volunteers from all walks of life are welcome to take part. Full training offered. In addition to excavation, finds processing, sieving, soil analysis, recording, planning and drawing plus surveying take place to professional standards. Local schools take part in on-site archaeology education; outreach education also available. Students are encouraged to experience community-based, volunteer archaeology with a friendly group of like-minded people. Taster days are available.

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