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AVAS at Salisbury Museum Festival of Archaeology 2015

AVAS had a stand at the Salisbury Museum Festival of Archaeology today.  A few of us were up bright and early this morning to set up.  We had a few difficulties erecting the double gazebo after failing to locate the … Continue reading

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AVAS BBQ July 2014

Last Saturday, Mark once again hosted the annual AVAS BBQ on his farm next to the River Avon.  The forecast hadn’t been promising, with heavy showers during the day, but by evening time the sun broke through and we were … Continue reading

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Meetings for 2014

The meetings for 2014 have recently been announced.  See the Meetings page for details of the speakers for the first part of 2014.  These include lectures on a diverse set of subjects, ranging from the new Wessex Gallery at Salisbury … Continue reading

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Preliminary Geophysics Results April 2011

Following a previous geophysics training session on 9th April, Bill and Mark returned to the site to survey three adjacent grid squares.  A preliminary set of plots for all four squares is shown below, with each plot showing a different … Continue reading

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Geophysics results 9th April 2011 (part 2)

I have already described the very useful geophysics training session held last Saturday, 9th April.  That post included the preliminary results from the survey work carried out in the morning, when a problem occurred half way across the grid square … Continue reading

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AVAS Blog Stats

It’s been good to see a significant increase in hits on the blog over the weekend.  What you might not know is that I have access to a website admin panel, that lets me see information such as the number … Continue reading

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Geophysics training session 9 April 2011

It was a glorious day for the geophysics training session at Godshill, with bright sunshine and hardly a cloud in the sky.  However, not brilliant conditions for a resistivity survey, which is suited to moist ground. It took a while … Continue reading

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First Post

This is the first post in the new AVAS blog.  For those AVAS members unfamiliar with the term ‘blog’, here is a description and history. The blog is currently an experiment, in order to try out one of the most … Continue reading

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