Members of the public are invited to help bring out past to life by taking part in the UK’s largest archaeology festival and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than before. The programme for this year’s Festival of Leicestershire and Rutland Archaeology has now been announced with over 70 events to be […]
Issue 285 of the Current Archaeology magazine contains a nice feature on the discovery of a Romano-British shrine at Rutland Water by archaeologists from Northamptonshire Archaeology. The excavation was conducted on behalf of Anglian Water, who have arranged for the reconstruction of the foundation wall of the shrine near its original setting with a display board describing the site. Finds from the site are being exhibited in the visitors centre.