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100% Portable Antiquities Scheme
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. twitter logo. t: 01234 718618. 2 - 5pm. Browser does not support script. Would you like to find out more about them?. BEDFM 2005.17 - A Medieval silver-gilt.
Cecil Higgins Art Gallery

 
88% Archaeology
Browser does not support script. However, any further discussions on existing pre-application cases or new requests for briefs submitted after the 1st April 2014, will be charged in accordance with a scale of fees recently agreed by the Council. For further information and advice on this topic please contact one of the Council's Historic Environment Team:.
Bedford Borough Council

 
79% Historic Environment Record
Browser does not support script. Historic Environment Countryside Advice to Landowners and Farmers The landscape of Bedford Borough is the product of thousands of years of human activity and is rich in sites of archaeological and historic interest.
Bedford Borough Council

 
73% Archaeology in the Community
Archaeology in the Community / / Archaeology in Schools. It is an integral part of the National Curriculum, for Key Stage 2 History, but it is relevant at all stages of the History curriculum. contact Hester Cooper-Reade.
 
71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Wauluds Bank
Wauluds Bank The line of trees is the bank and ditch of Wauluds Bank - September 2009. A two feet wide area of flat chalk surrounded it and this was itself surrounded by an irregular circle of stake holes.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
69% Services
Services / / / / / / / / / / . If you need to complete an Environmental Impact Assessment, Albion can provide the archaeological/ heritage element working closely with other professionals on the consultancy team. Excavation can be costly and time-consuming, but if well-managed and professionally carried out the process will run to programme and budget.
 
62% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Salford Before 1086
Salford Before 1086 A reconstruction of an Bronze Age round house at Flag Fen October 2011. The Late Bronze Age period produced two post hole round houses, a drip gully round house, a post built droveway and a palisade". Their proximity suggests they were two parts of the same site.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
62% Early Prehistoric sites
Look at other projects: \ \. This was the first time that a Neolithic cursus has been excavated in Bedfordshire, using modern archaeological techniques. Bronze Age beaker. Buckden Quarry, Cambs A ditch enclosing a tree-root hole may have been the site of a Bronze Age tree cult.
 
62% Bedford Castle
Look at other projects: / / . Nothing was found of the buildings which once crowned the high point of the castle, but we did get pottery dating from the late 11th century, when the castle was built. inside the icehouse.
 
56% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Kempston in the Romano-British Period
Kempston in the Romano-British Period 19th century print of Roman pottery found in Kempston [X254/88/159B]. Romano-British pottery was found at the modern housing site between Kempston Mill and Kempston Manor [HER 14853].
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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