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Not another negative watching brief....
Excavating the gas main diversion at the Thatched Barn A recent project for Keevill Heritage proved that where
archaeological watching briefs are concerned, you can't assume that you won't
find something of archaeological value just because you are in late ...

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Happy new year from Urban Archaeology
Happy new year! 2016 was a very busy year for Urban Archaeology, with lots of new projects and a very varied workload which included survey and recording
work on Gloucester Cathedral's 15th century Lady Chapel, post-excavation and
development work on LP-Arc...

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Bit of architectural reconstruction following a watching brief on a Cotswold church...

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Baffled by a Cotswold church...
A recent watching brief on a new electric supply trench at a
Cotswold church led to the recovery of several fragments of carved medieval masonry,
which have given an insight into the past appearance of the medieval church.  Reconstruction of medieval archit...

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Latest on the Gloucestershire Cross-slab Recording Project

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Slow progress outside...but some progress inside
A very busy summer and autumn has meant that progress on the survey has been painfully slo w and there is still a backlog of recorded slabs to add to the database. Even though it hasn't been possible to get out searching for and recording slabs, som e new i...

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Urban Archaeology joins the Stroud Building Design Association
  With an increasing number of projects being local to within Gloucestershire, Urban Archaeology has joined the Stroud Building Design Association , a group of independent planning and design professionals who offer services related to the building and cons...

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London plotted, plans of London buildings c1450-1720
The London Topographical Society is probably most familiar
to London archaeologists and historians as the name behind their 'A-Z' seriesof historical map reprints . As well as a 25% reduction on the excellent
historic map series and other publications, LTS ...

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Updated with a revised reconstruction drawing
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