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Heritage Wardens

Thank you to all our Heritage Wardens today,

Had a really productive meeting.  Using the skills we gained from the last Gower Lanscape Project Map training session we located and identified the most suitable field for our event. 38 more words

Archaeology

Aerial Photography and Map Regression

Aerial Photography and Map Regression Training 26th and 28th January 2016

Today we undertook our second training session covering ‘Aerial Photography and Map Regression… 122 more words

Archaeology

Historic Environment Record Training

Come along to the first training session – Landscape Detective   

Understand how maps are used in archaeology and historic landscape studies. Learn all about the  26 more words

Archaeology

Welcome Back!

Just a reminder to all that a ‘welcome back’ introductory session will be held at Reynoldston Community Centre at 2:00pm on 14th and 20th  January 2016. 29 more words

Archaeology

Romans in Merthyr Tydfil

It has long been established that the Roman Army constructed a fort at Penydarren (c.AD75), Merthyr Tydfil, to protect the auxiliary unit of troops (normally about 500 men) stationed there. 537 more words

Archaeological Posts

GGAT Memories

The Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust formally came into existence on 13th September 1976. In the run up to our anniversary, we are carrying out a number of celebratory events, some in conjunction with our colleagues at the… 280 more words

Archaeological Posts