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Rocky ClumpStanmer Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Discover past Prehistoric and Roman settlements of Sussex and join Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society excavating a late Iron Age and Early Roman site near Brighton. The site comprises an enclosure which contained structures, including a granary and a grain storage pit. This season, the excavation will move westwards examining a large pit dated to the Middle Bronze Age and features dated to the Iron Age and Roman periods.
Caerfai Promontory FortSt Davids St Davids, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom
The DigVentures team is unearthing the story of Caerfai, a prehistoric coastal fort that is being eroded into the sea. Within Caerfai’s ramparts, there are important clues that can help to reveal its history including roundhouses, hearths, metalworking debris, tools, and more. Join the team to rescue what is left of Caerfai and discover its archaeological story.
King’s ParkStirling, Scotland King's Park, Stirling, United Kingdom
The King’s Park is the oldest Royal Park in Scotland, surrounding the country’s ancient capital, Stirling Castle. Current investigations are exploring a late prehistoric fort located in the park. The excavation is part of a long-term series of projects designed to explore the late prehistoric settlement patterns of the Forth Valley.