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Ancient Arts of Anesthesia Are Unlocked - Report that excavation of the medieval Soutra Hospital near Edinburgh showed that some 200 herbs and spices were used as medicines, reproduced in Today's Healthy News.
Bamburgh Research Project - Investigating the archaeology of the Bamburgh area, including an Anglian cemetery and Bamburgh castle. Project members, history of Bamburgh, reports on results to date.
Caerlaverock Castle - A day-by-day account of the 1999 excavations by the Scottish Urban Archaeological Trust, with plenty of photographs.
Canterbury Cathedral - An illustrated report by Kevin Blockley and Paul Bennett on the discovery by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust of remains of the Anglo-Saxon cathedral. Plan and reconstruction drawing.
Canterbury Cathedral - An illustrated report by Kevin Blockley and Paul Bennett on the discovery by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust of remains of the Anglo-Saxon cathedral. Plan and reconstruction drawing.
Castle Acre Priory, Norfolk - Excavation of a granary, barn, kilnhouse, malthouse and brewhouse. Summary with plan provided by Archaeological Texts, with supplement on monastic brewing.
Castle Tioram - Plans to conserve Castle Tioram in Moidart on the west coast of Scotland.
Cathedral Hall, Dunblane - An illustrated report by the Scottish Urban Archaeological Trust on excavations in 1994 that uncovered foundations of the bishop's palace, of which a reconstruction drawing is given.
Clay Hill - Excavation report and history from the Sussex Archaeological Society of this 12th-century ring-work, deduced to be the remains of an adulterine castle of the civil war period.
Discovering a Kingdom of the Picts - Press release from York University outlining the discovery of settlement at Portmahomack, Scotland, which was in turn a Pagan fort, a Christian monastery and a Viking port.
Dolforwyn Castle - Little remained above ground of this 13th-century castle built by Llywelyn ap Gruffydd before excavations by the University of York. History, interim report, publications, details for volunteer diggers.
Dunadd - Glasgow University reports on its excavation of the royal hillfort, capital of the early Scottish kingdom of Dal Riata. Resume of Oxbow Monograph. Site archive in pdf format (Acrobat reader required.)
Greyfriars Monastery in Lanark, Scotland - Excavation by Lanark and District Archaeological Society in 1999. Plan and history of the site; photographs and description of the excavation and finds.
Historic Churches of Wales - A survey by Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust of all pre-nineteenth century churches across Wales. Also an online version of the Cadw booklet Caring For Church Archaeology.
Hyde Abbey - Winchester Council outlines the discoveries on the site of Hyde Abbey and the attempt to find King Alfred's tomb. Plan of the east end of the abbey church, history.
Jorvik Viking Centre - Built on the site where the York Archaeological Trust found the amazingly well-preserved remains of part of Viking Jorvik (York). A massive range of evidence was recovered and has been used to recreate every last aspect of everyday life.
Medieval Bridges at Hemington Quarry, Leicestershire - Illustrated report on the bridge remains exposed by quarrying. Part of a study of the floodplain of the River Trent by Dr C.R. Salisbury and the Leicestershire Archaeological Unit. Hosted by English Heritage.
Medieval Mills - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust outlines its project to identify the location of the medieval mills in north-west Wales.
Monastic Landscapes - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust outlines its project to establish a methodology for the assessment, evaluation and recording of components of the monastic landscape throughout Wales.
Newcastle Medieval Quayside - Explore the Medieval heritage of the Quayside in Newcastle upon Tyne in 360 degree panoramas, history and archaeological plans, courtesy of Karl Brix Zinglersen.

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