News Update

End of term madness as well as conferences in Basel and Reading have stopped me from working on the project for a few weeks. Yesterday I spoke to the Roman Archaeology Conference in Reading and there is great interest in our results.

A couple of upcoming events.  On Thursday evening (3rd April 2014) I will be delivering a lecture about the project as part of Verulamium Museum‘s Thursday evening lecture series.  It starts at 7.30pm at the Museum, all welcome.  Then on Saturday 5th April I will be giving the Gordon Moodey Lecture after the AGM of the East Herts Archaeological Society which is to be held in Great Amwell Parish Hall, 2.30pm.

We plan to start surveying again very soon and we will be emailing the trimmed down mailing list about that soon.  Meanwhile, a few photographs to remind you all of the joys of working in Verulamium Park in the wettest winter on record.

Ralph Potter (WEAG) teaching UCL students how to use the GPR.

Ralph Potter (WEAG) teaching UCL students how to use the GPR. Note the mud on the wheels!

Jim West (CVAS) negotiating the trees and undergrowth near the southern edge of the site.

Jim West (CVAS) negotiating the trees and undergrowth near the southern edge of the site.

Rainbow over the Park.

Rainbow over the Park.

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