Monthly Archives: April 2014


The Hamlet of Hames Researched by Anne and Roger Asquith (figures referred to in the text can be found in the gallery towards the end) The ‘Hamlet of Hameshill’ is shown on the 1840 Tithe Map, fig.1. To establish the boundaries relative to modern buildings and roads it is highlighted on a (pre by-pass) OS […]

Pottery Identification Workshop

In March, we set up a pottery identification workshop with Roman pottery expert, Louise Hird and Megan Stoakley, Wardell Armstrong’s Finds and Archive specialist. Both have been dealing with the finds from our excavations and kindly gave us their time to talk to the volunteers about the various types of pottery that they identified from our sites. […]