Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – West Stow

Featured Image: View of the Anglo-Saxon village. Source: West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Museum Our final post on our blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. This week as we end the series, we explore the fascinating Anglo-Saxon Village and Country Park at West Stow with Faye. Faye is a Senior ArchaeologicalContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – West Stow”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Bellcage at East Bergholt

Featured Image: Bellcage located in the Churchyard. Source: Copyright Historic England We continue with our blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. This week, we visit a unique bellcage in East Bergholt with Abby. Abby is a Senior Archaeological Officer and has been with the team since 2008. She is currently onContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Bellcage at East Bergholt”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Gardens and parkland at Ickworth House

Featured Image: Ickworth gardens and parkland. Source: National Trust We continue with our blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. This week, we explore the beautiful Ickworth gardens, parkland and house with Grace. Grace is the Archaeological Officer (HER) and has been a part of the SCCAS team since 2016. Day toContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Gardens and parkland at Ickworth House”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Dunwich

Featured Image: Aerial View of Dunwich. Source: Dunwich Museum We continue with our blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. Each week you’ll meet a member of the team who will share with you their favourite archaeological site to visit or favourite find. This week, we explore the lost town of DunwichContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Dunwich”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Neolithic polished axehead

We continue with our blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. Each week you’ll meet a member of the team who will share with you their favourite archaeological site to visit or favourite find. This week, Phils shares his favourite find. Phil is a Finds Recording Officer and has been part ofContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Neolithic polished axehead”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Orford

Featured Image: Aerial view of Orford Castle. Source: English Heritage Julie is the Archaeological Officer (Archives) and has been a part of the SCCAS team since 2015. Day to day she curates Suffolk’s archaeological archives, which includes all the finds and documentation resulting from archaeological fieldwork in Suffolk. My favourite place in Suffolk has probablyContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Orford”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Wickham Market Iron Age hoard

Anna is a Finds Recording Officer and has been part of the Suffolk Finds Recording Team for the past 6 years. Her role is to record archaeological objects found by members of the public onto the Portable Antiquities Scheme database and to administer the reporting of Treasure. My favourite Suffolk find is the Wickham MarketContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Wickham Market Iron Age hoard”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Abbey ruins in Bury St Edmunds

Greg is an Assistant Historic Environment Record Officer and has been part of the team for the past 6 years. Day-to-day they carry out HER searches and take part in project work. My favourite site is the ruins of the Abbey in Bury St Edmunds. It represents a tangible connection to the history of theContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Abbey ruins in Bury St Edmunds”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Ipswich Museum and Christchurch Mansion

Featured Image: Christchurch Mansion Source: Ipswich Borough Council We continue with our blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. Each week you’ll meet a member of the team who will share with you their favourite archaeological site to visit or favourite find. This week, Lisa takes us to two museums in Ipswich:Continue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Ipswich Museum and Christchurch Mansion”

Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Beeches Pit

Featured Image: Excavations at Beeches Pit by the University of Liverpool, 1996. Source: John Gowlett, University of Liverpool We continue with our new blog series showcasing some of our favourite archaeology in Suffolk. Each week you’ll meet a member of the team who will share with you their favourite archaeological site to visit or favouriteContinue reading “Our Favourite Archaeology in Suffolk – Beeches Pit”