Liss Archaeology are continuing an exploration of an area near Petersfield with evidence for previously unknown Iron Age/ Romano-British artefacts and features. A series of geophysical surveys have taken place alongside desktop research including Lidar and old aerial photographs. 2023 has large scale excavations and further geophysical surveys planned. Liss Archaeology also aim to undertake fieldwalking at the site, if the farming calendar permits. In addition to excavation, finds processing, sieving, soil analysis, recording, planning and drawing plus surveying will take place to professional standards during the dig.
Training is available in all aspects of archaeology (by prior request). Volunteers of all abilities are welcome to take part, ranging in age from 18-80yrs. Students are encouraged to experience community-based, volunteer archaeology with a friendly group of like-minded people.
The cost of the excavation is £8 per day, with £20 per year membership. Full-time students under 25yrs are half price.
Accommodation is not provided but is available nearby, alongside camping facilities.
The details above are provided by the organiser, for more information about the dig, please see the links below.