Monthly Archives: September 2015

Resistivity, experiential archaeology and cow pats

Another week’s survey at Lochbrow has now been completed. On Saturday, we finished our last couple of survey grids, collected in all the bamboo canes marking the locations of the survey grids and flags signalling the extent of the archaeology, … Continue reading

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Some sunshine and good results

We’ve had a good few days at Lochbrow. The weather yesterday (Wednesday) wasn’t as bad as was forecasted, so we made good progress surveying the line of the cursus. When we downloaded the data at the end of the day … Continue reading

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We’re back!

So that’s it. The Lochbrow Landscape Project has begun once again, and we’ve had mixed fortunes for the first few days. The weather has been generally good, with some good stretches of sunshine and we’ve been working hard to continue … Continue reading

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Ready, steady ……

So that’s it. We’re almost ready for another season of survey at Lochbrow. A few of us arrive tomorrow to begin set-up, and then we begin in earnest on Sunday. What will 2015 bring? Will it reveal or clarify more … Continue reading

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