Live feed – Sovereign Square Excavation, Leeds

http://www.sovereignsquare.co.uk/ This link will take you to the live feed (15 min intervals) of our Sovereign Square, Leeds excavations. Use the zoom tools to zoom in to the archaeology!

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The Mystery of Walter Mierzwa

CFA Archaeology discovered a dog tag during a metal detector survey in advance of the construction of Weston Longville Windfarm. The find was made on the former Weston Longville Airfield in Norfolk, which during World War II was known as … Read More »

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gWest International Golf Resort, Gleneagles

The proposed construction of gWest International Golf Resort by Ochil Developments (UK) Ltd, to the north of Blackford village in Perth & Kinross, was the impetus for a programme of archaeological work between 2006 and 2008. The extensive remains of … Read More »

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Borders Railway Project

CFA Archaeology Ltd were chosen by ERM Ltd to provide consultancy services to support the application for Royal Assent of the Waverly Railway Bill. This included detailed a walk-over survey of the route, input in to the Environmental Management System … Read More »

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The Commonwealth Games Athletes Village

The Commonwealth Games Athletes Village, Dalmarnock, Glasgow CFA were retained by City Legacy Ltd to undertake the construction phase archaeological works for the £400 million Commonwealth Games Athletes Village contract. This involved around 6 months of open area excavation which … Read More »

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Moulin Dane Stone

Pitfourie Standing Stone, known as The Dane’s Stone or Dane Stone, is a standing stone of late Neolithic or Bronze Age date located in a field to the north of Moulin, Pitlochry. During February 2014 local residents reported to Historic … Read More »

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Force to Fabric Highly Commended Award (August 2013)

CFA is pleased to announce that on 11 August 2013 we received a ‘highly commended’ award from the Association of Industrial Archaeologists (AIA) for our publication ‘Force to Fabric’. Dr Mike Cressey accepted the award from Professor Marylyn Palmer at … Read More »

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Roman skulls find is a first for Scotland

Archaeologists excavating the site of Musselburgh’s new primary care centre have unearthed human skeletons dating back to the Iron Age. The remains of decapitated bodies – the first of their kind to be found in Scotland – were uncovered along … Read More »

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Dig aims to unearth Tullos Hill’s secrets

Tullos Hill has long been known as an important archaeological site because four Bronze Age burial cairns are located there. But interest was renewed several years ago when a survey revealed new historic and archaeological features. CFA Archaeology now want … Read More »

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