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Discover the Legacy of the First World War in Wales 1914-1919

The First World War was an overwhelming event which had widespread effects across Wales – no area was left untouched as the whole country… 154 more words

Archaeological Posts

The end product of the copperworks

Back in the summer I took the opportunity for a trip on the Tawe river cruise, which was fantastic fun.  If you get the chance you should take a ride, it’s a really interesting way to see a different side of the city. 223 more words

2014 Half Yearly Review

The 2014 GGAT Half Year Review is online now. Learn all about the Cadw funded projects the Trust carried out during 2013-14. http://t.co/v8Xwg7E2kp

Archaeological Posts

Extra cobbles uncovered

In early November Charlotte carried out a watching-brief on the restoration work being carried out at the copperworks, in the area around the original entrance to the site. 99 more words

Hafod Copperworks

Living history day got hot

At the living history day Dr Tim Young (an archaeometallurgist and experimental archaeologist) brought along his portable furnace, to demonstrate how copper would have been produced in earlier periods. 293 more words

Industrial Archaeology

Sun, sea, and archaeology! Who could ask for more?

A big thank you to everyone who attended the second Archaeological Workshop for the Gower Landscape Project yesterday. The Great Gods of Archaeology smiled down upon us and provided us with excellent weather for our stroll across Rhossili Down.  83 more words

Archaeology