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Being Anglo-Saxon: Building the replica Ipswich ware kiln

Featured image: Volunteers building the replica Ipswich ware kiln Here is another instalment of the Being Anglo-Saxon series, following the progress of the Rendlesham Revealed experimental archaeology kiln. Faye Minter tells us all about the building of the kiln structure. In summer 2022, a small group of volunteers started building the structure of the kiln,…

Flixton Park Quarry – circles, cemeteries and living with monuments

Featured Image: Post Hole Circle with internal structure after Excavation © Suffolk County Council Since 1995 Flixton Park Quarry has been subject to formal archaeological excavation under planning archaeological guidance, but before then there was virtually no archaeological record. In the first of a series of articles, we take a look at the significant discoveries…

Iron Age brooch, Gislingham

Recovered by a local metal detector user last year, February’s Featured Find showcases a Middle Iron Age brooch, dating to circa 275-250 BC. Almost complete, the brooch consists of now broken symmetrical terminals located at the head and the foot. The terminals are comprised of two adjacent discs with central perforations situated either side of…


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