Category Archives: Britain

The Later Prehistoric Norfolk Project examines the similarities and differences between the extremities of Eurasia in prehistory and proto-history. In this post, Andy Hutcheson describes the excavations that took place at Warham Camp in July 2023 as part of The Later Prehistoric Norfolk Project.

To mark Easter and also as a taster for our forthcoming pilgrimage story and new online exhibits, Professor Catherine Cubitt gives a brief introduction to early Christian pilgrims from Britain and the many perils of their journeys.

August and September 2022 saw the second season of archaeological excavation on the site of the East Anglian royal settlement at Rendlesham in Suffolk. In this blog post, Professor Christopher Scull talks about the Rendlesham Revealed project.

The cross is the pre-eminent Christian symbol, depicting the execution of Christ in a brutal method reserved by the Roman State as a deterrent for offensive crimes.

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