Tomasz’s last journal entry

Will’s farewell

Ashley’s final journal entry

Ceri’s blog

Anies’ last journal entry

Greg’s final journal entry

Fergal’s final blog

Adrian’s last blog entry

Gary’s final blog.

Liz’s final journal entry

David Ross’ last journal entry

Ruth’s final journal entry about the Prescot dig.

Greg’s latest journal entry

Anies journal entry about his stone tomb

Gary’s latest journal entry

Will and the cist burial.

Ruth’s journal entry about the richest burial yet found at Prescot Street.

Ceri invents a brand new digging technique and describes what he has been working on over the last few weeks.

Ashley’s latest journal entry

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Greg’s latest journal post

Liz’s latest journal entry

Looking back at digging down, Gary considers his first months at Prescot Street.

Ceri’s short journal entry for his first week or so on site.

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Fergal’s rain-soaked journal entry.

Adrian’s latest journal post.

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Fergal’s latest journal entry about his latest skeleton

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Tomasz’s first blog

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Introducing the latest member of the Prescot Street excavation staff.

David Ross’ latest journal entry.

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Fergal’s blog about the joys of paperwork.

Adrian’s blog

Introducing Ceri Shipton, the latest site assistant at the Prescot Street dig.

Will’s journal entry. A comparison to Shakespeare and some of the most interesting archaeology we have yet found.

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A journal entry by Fergal about the open evenings and his thoughts on the cemetery.

Lorna’s journal entry about outreach in archaeology.

Liz’s journal entry talks about the hot weather, legs and metalled surfaces… read all about it.

A blog by David Ross

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Greg discusses the excavation of a context.

Adrian Carreton writes his first journal entry.

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Introducing Will Clarke, one of the site assistants at the Prescot Street dig.

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Gary’s latest blog entry

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Ruth Rolfe’s journal entry.

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Introducing Adrián Carretỏn, site assistant at the Prescot Street dig.

Liz’s latest journal entry for 17th June, about cremation burials, inhumation burials and the process of excavating them.

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Steve Campion, from L -P : Archaeology’s environmental department explains why and how environmental evidence is important at Prescot Street.

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Introducing Stuart Eve, who, amongst many other things, is repsonsible for the Prescot Street database.

Biography of Steve Campion, environmental archaeologist with L – P : Archaeology

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Ashley’s Supervisor’s Report for the 6th June

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David Ross writes about his last days actvities.

Ruth Rolfe

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Introducing Ruth Rolfe, the newest member of the Prescot Street site team.

Fergal, who is responsible for maintaining the environmental samples taken and stored on site before processing, writes about why environmental sampling is an important part of archaeological investigation.

Gary Webster’s journal entry.

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David Ross

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Introducing David Ross, the latest member of the Prescot Street site team,

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Journal entry by Sara Clancy

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David Harrison discusses his work as the site G.I.S and I.T Specialist.

Tom Lucas talks about his first week on site.

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Fergal’s week on site.

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Tom Lucas

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Introducing Tom Lucas, one of the site assistants at Prescot Street.

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Roman Graves and Roman Grave Goods by Gary Webster

Article by Paula Howell about engaging in the process of archaeology beyond simply excavating features.

Guy presents and update on progress on site and comments on a few areas he has found interesting over the past weeks.

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Field Archaeologists undertake excavations – they dig, record and monitor evidence for the past. But archaeologists don’t just dig holes. This article explains the many different areas of archaeology in which people work.

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Elizabet’s first impressions of the site.

This article introduces Elizabet Schager, one of the site assistants at L – P : Archaeology.

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This page introduces David Harrison, the IT specialist for the Prescot Street dig.

Introducing Łukasz Dobosz, trainee site assistant at the Prescot Street dig.

Introducing Paula Howell, a new site assistant at L – P’ s Prescot Street site.

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This shows a medieval floor tile found this morning in a pit being excavated by Greg Crees

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Archive research into the inhabitants of South Tenter Street

Ashley Pooley’s contribution to the journal for the 8th April 2008

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First impressions and introduction to the videography project by Anies Hassan.

Guy writes about progress on site.

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How archaeologists identify features by Gary Webster.

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Photo diary for 4th April 2008

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Photo diary for the 3rd April 2008

Journal entry by Fergal O’Donoghue

Gary writes about his ongoing pit digging experiences

This article introduces Ashley Pooley, one of the site supervisors at Prescot Street.

This is a first journal post from Greg Crees. He talks about the large circular feature he is excavating. It is certainly post medieval, but is it another soakaway…?

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Photo diary entry for 28th March and 31st March 2008.

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Photo diary entry for 27th March.

This page introduces Johanna Zetterstrom-Sharp, who works for L – P : Archaeology.

This article explains what happens to the finds and records once they have been recorded and processed on site.

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Photo diary entry for 21st March 2008.

This article has information about the collaboration between postgraduate students at UCL and L – P: Archaeology.

This article introduces Sara Clancy, one of the site assistants who worked at Prescot Street.

This article introduces Fergal O’Donoghue, one of the site assistants working on the Prescot Street site.

This article introduces Gary Webster, one of the site assistants at Prescot Street.

Greg Crees

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Introducing Gregory Crees, one of the excavation staff on the Prescot Street site.

This article introduces one of the site supervisors, Anies Hassan, who is working on the Prescot Street site.

Some background information about Andy Dufton who is responsible for GIS, Survey and digital data management.

Chaz Morse

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Some background information about Chaz Morse – Field Officer at the Prescot Street excavation

Some background information about Lorna Richardson, outreach coordinator at the Prescot Street excavation

Guy Hunt

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Some background info about Guy Hunt – Project Director