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A collection of notes and links to pages about archaeology & history

"My interest in archaeology began in my second year at secondary school. I had an interest in Ordnance Survey maps and Roman roads; as a smaller kid I loved grubbing around old castles and, particularly, Roman remains. My school sponsored me to do the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. For the Interest section I took up going to the nearest archaeological excavations at Wall, near Lichfield." I kept up my enthusiasm and by 1976 found myself working for the Museum of London Department of Urban Archaeology. Thus began my digging career.

I've kept up my interst in all things Romano-British over the years and I'm now a committee member of our county archaeological society.

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Horninglow Archaeology & History
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... is about all aspects of the history and archaeology of the village. Now a busy suburb of Burton-on-Trent, Horninglow has a long story dating to the Anglo-Saxon period and beyond.

w.i.p. 8 August 2018

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