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The Geophysical Survey Department at Headland Archaeology have just celebrated their 2nd birthday! The department is fast becoming one of the foremost geophysical survey teams in the UK with a reputation for rapid turnaround coupled with a high quality report. A major contributor to our success has...

Julie Franklin’s trawl through Headland’s treasure chest continues with numbers 11 to 20 from her list. Again, the finds are in no particular order and highlight the breadth and depth of Headland’s past finds, in terms of materials, techniques, functions, geography and time. From shiny...

What makes a great find? There are a number of ways that finds can stick out. Some are very rare, some very beautiful. Sometimes a find in remarkably good condition will cause some excitement – a complete pot, for example, will always turn more heads...

Julie Franklin‘s report on the finds assemblage from excavations at the island monastery and world heritage site of Skellig Michael, Co. Kerry has recently been published. Julie tendered for the work from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, beating a number of other...