The British Archaeological Association held its summer conference in Peterborough in 2015. A book has now been published which captures the topics which were addressed. The focus is on Peterborough Cathedral but collectively the 20 papers by leading specialists provide a valuable contribution to the understanding of ...
An enigmatic grave cover in Barnack with Anglo-Scandinavian engraving
There is a newly published book about "The History and Archaeology of Cathedral Square Peterborough".
It is written by Stephen Morris and brings together the investigation and monitoring work undertaken by Northamptonshire Archaeology (subsequently MOLA) during the improvements made to Peterborough city centre between ...
There are a series of study days at Sutton Hoo coming up.
They are organised by Wuffing Education and cover a variety of archaeological and historical topics. The emphasis is on early mediaeval England in general and East Anglia in particular.
The Wuffings Website
March 17th : St Patrick (c. 390-c. 461) - His ...
There's is a rare opportunity to find out more about our Peterborough ancestors. More particularly, about 130 people who were Peterborough residents between the 12th and 16th centuries and who came to be buried in a graveyard associated with the St Leonard's leper hospital.
St Leonard's was known as The Spital, and of ...
Torpel Manor was the subject of a FRAG talk last year by Mike Clatworthy. Well, this afternoon, the Helpston team launched their book of the project.