A little bit more of the city’s ‘Imperial’ history is coming to light as archaeologists have begun re-excavating a hidden … More
Sneak peaking at Bath Abbey.
It’s natural to be nosey, and what better place to do that than at Bath Abbey where you are currently … More
Heritage Trust take over city archaeology role
B&NES has decided to ‘out-source’ another previous ‘in-house’ service with the announcement that the South West Heritage Trust is … More
Rare Roman find at Abbey
Hot on the heels of unearthing part of a mediaeval tiled floor – while engaged on the Footprint Project at … More
More secrets from under the floor.
I find myself getting familiar with the ‘Scott Layer’ – a 1 metre thick layer of rubble under the floor … More
Was this how Bath’s Norman Cathedral looked?
Could images discovered on medieval tiles, which have just been found under the floor of Bath Abbey, give a clue … More
Behind the scenes.
A chance to look behind the scenes at a multi-million pound project to secure the unique floor of Bath Abbey … More
‘Flaming’ June at the Roman Baths.
It’s guaranteed to be ‘flaming’ June at Bath’s premier tourist attraction. That’s the month which sees the Roman Baths extend … More
Barry returns for new look at Roman Baths.
Down in the tunnels below York Street archaeologists have been finishing off their work ready for contractors to move in … More
Uncovering more of Roman Bath
The Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society have been busy under York Street – helping prepare a part of the Roman Baths complex … More
Uncovering history while you watch!
Archaeologists have just begun the largest excavations seen at the Roman Baths for thirty years and residents and visitors are … More
I joined around a dozen Bath traders from the York Street area last night on a fact-finding mission – above … More
Shining a light on history
The Roman Baths will host a special evening of archaeological discovery, ‘Bath’s Archaeology by Torchlight’, on Monday 17 July, 5-9pm. … More
More tales from the river bank.
A packed public meeting at the BRSLI in Queen Square this week to hear Cai Mason of Wessex Archaeology talk … More
Riverbank gives up more secrets
Bath Newseum has made its final trip to the rescue archaeology underway beside the River Avon at Broad Quay in … More
New ‘dig’ at Roman Baths.
Archaeologists have begun digging up two hidden Roman baths which have never been fully excavated and recorded underneath York Street … More
Clay pipes, casino and Saw Close dig.
I am pleased to hear that Cotswold Archaeology will be handling an archaeological dig in Bath’s Saw Close where work … More
Keynsham mosaics display leave ‘something to be desired’.
A review now of the display of mosaics that have been incorporated into Keynsham’s new Civic Centre from Bristol-based Anthony Beeson … More