What's on?

Wednesday at Bar Hill
 Next meeting at Bar Hill on the 9th Oct when we hope to continue Ickleton work
Lectures
 Our next lecture meeting at the McDonald Institute will be on Wednesday 6th November, when we will be marking our 40th anniversary. For the 2019-20 series click here
Fieldwork
 The plan is still to try and field walk at Comberton this coming Sunday, 13th Oct weather permitting. For details contact fieldwalking@cafg.net

Latest articles & reports        (more)

Querns and quernstones
 A lesser category of finds is worked stone. Quern stones are the most common type of worked stone found. This article goes into more detail about some of the various types.
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Who made this clay pipe?
 Common finds during our field walking are clay pipes. This article discusses how their maker can sometimes be determined and how to do it.
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Bronze and Iron Age Hoards
 Robert Skeen shares his interest in the hoards of the Bronze and Iron Ages.
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Fieldwalking on the Childerley estate 2015-16
 Our report on last year's fieldwalking in Childerley.
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Fieldwalking on the Childerley estate 2014-15
 Our report on further fieldwalking in Childerley.
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Fieldwalking on the Childerley estate 2009-2014
 This is a report on the results of the first five years of fieldwalking in Childerley.
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Wimpole: silent voices and deserted homes
 The full main report of our HLF funded project at Wimpole is now available for download. Appendices giving detailed information are available on request.
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Arrington Report
 This report covers our work at Arrington in 2014 where we combined several archaeology techniques to confirm the Roman settlement reported in the 1989 PCAS Journal.
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