Monthly Archives: August 2016

Promising results from second gradiometer survey

Last week we undertook our second gradiometer survey using the gradiometer loaned out by Bournemouth University as part of the LoCATE project.  The survey site was a second ploughed out mound about 200m north of the site of our first … Continue reading

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Lecture Series 2016-17

The first three lectures for the 2016-17 season have been announced on the AVAS website.  Follow this link to the Meetings page for details.  The talks represent an eclectic mix of subjects and geographical regions, from the Maya of Central America … Continue reading

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Successful first gradiometer survey

Last weekend a group of AVAS members undertook their first gradiometer survey using equipment borrowed from Bournemouth University.  The equipment is being lent out to local archaeological groups as part of a project called LoCATE (Local Community Archaeological Training and Equipment), … Continue reading

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