Dating site for under 18s

To join, visit the Membership Page and follow the link to download the membership form or e mail the Society at [email protected] excavation of the St Peter’s Anglo-Saxon cemetery was carried out from 1969 – 1971 under the direction of Cecil Hogarth, assisted by pupils from Chatham House and Clarendon House grammar schools.

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Andrew Mayfield, Community Archaeology Liaison Officer for Kent was leading this dig, which followed some promising geophysing in 2015. We recovered some excellent dating evidence in the form of pottery, metalwork, animal and human bone.’ There’s a possibility more work will take place on this site next year – WATCH THIS SPACE!

Andrew reports: ‘Two slots were dug through the ditch and heroically excavated down to natural. IOTAS has been investigating Holmes Park, on the Chessboard Estate in Broadstairs.

Analysis of a Kentish Christmas custom – do the roots of such traditions countrywide predate Christianity? For course details and enrolment: [email protected] , message us on our Facebook page (Isle of Thanet Archaeological Society), write to IOTAS at our address below, or register here: Lecture Course 2017 – enrolment form Isle of Thanet Archaeological Society Room B, Crampton Tower Yard High Street, Broadstairs Kent CT10 2AB Registered Charity No.275659 IOTAS has a wide selection of Current Archaeology, World Archaeology and Ancient Egypt magazines for sale, as well as a number of books on Archaeology which may interest you.

************** Lecturer – John Grigsby has lectured in archaeology and myth for the University of Kent, worked for English Heritage for 15 years and is now working for Canterbury Archaeological Trust while writing his Ph D on Stonehenge with Tim Darvill ADVANCE BOOKING ESSENTIAL – Fee for all eight lectures £80: individual lectures £12, including refreshments and course materials. If you are interested, please message us via this page or contact us on [email protected], let us know where your interests lie, and we’ll give you full details of what we have available.

If you don’t have time to have a look now fear not, we’ve added the link to our ‘Useful links’ page.

Several IOTAS members took part in a dig in October 2016 to find the site of a Camp from the first Roman invasion of Britain.

An article from the Guardian helps to explain why Lidar is such a useful tool.

One of the most well-known collections in the Historic England Archive, the Architectural Red Box Collection, has now been scanned and made available online.

We would like to invite volunteers who took part in this excavation to share their experiences or to come and learn about recent research.

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