ARCHLUDLOW; The archaeology of a unique medieval market town in South Shropshire

 

A blog all about the current archaeological investigations that I am conducting in the small medieval market town of Ludlow South Shropshire…

 I have been working as a professional archaeologist for over 20 years as a professional working up and down the country and abroad on private investigations, and excavations for various companies and county units. I have lived in Ludlow since 1994 after coming in from the east coast in Essex.

I will be adding all archaeological content that I discover on my journey as it happens along the way now into 2017 and beyond. Currently I have gone back to study a PhD at Worcester University and am researching the medieval artefacts of the town by excavating a series of test pits around the historic core of the town.

All the Archaeological work and Investigations that I am conducting I will post and keep updated along the way for those that are interested which includes…

  1. Ludlow Medieval Artefact Study – Test Pit Excavations their finds from the field, and the museum process of studying the artefacts from my PhD work

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2. Ludlow Castle updates – My work as the Resident Archaeologist of Ludlow Castle

3. Rescue Excavations I will be working on up and down the country

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4. Ludlow’s Subterranean Archaeological Investigation – Updated new and intereasting cellars investigated. My first archaeological investigation into the town was the Subterranean Archaeological project in 2015 which you can read from the previous posts…

 

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ARCHLUDLOW; The archaeology of a unique medieval market town in South Shropshire

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