Winners of the FRAG Archaeology Quiz in December each received replica gold coins
FRAG members underwent geophys training with Phil Hill and Kev Redgate in Itter Park over the period 17-22 Oct 18. Although planed for 17-18 Oct 18, due to cancellation of the excavation in the Fane Road Allotments the survey was extended over the period 19-22 Oct 18
The main objective was to introduce the principles ...
PASt Explorers is the volunteer programme of the Portable Antiquities Scheme. Their annual conference happened to be in Peterborough this year - so members from FRAG went along.
It was a really good day. As well as a free lunch at the Key Theatre there were interesting talks by both experienced professionals and amateur ...
Year 3 and we're off. Back to Nassington with MidNAG to delve deeper into an Iron Age and Roman agricultural site. Old friends from as far away as New Zealand, and new friends from as near as Lincolnshire.
Over the past 2 years we have discovered and explored an enigmatic Roman barn. Large, with fine herringbone ...
A geophysical survey of Normangate Field between Castor and the River Nene has revealed in spectacular detail the layout of the Roman industrial town which was once located there.
The site formed an industrial suburb of Roman Peterborough - "Durobrivae". It is at the intersection of several major roads including Ermine ...
The Portable Antiquities Scheme is run by the British Museum and has had huge success in systematic recording of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales.
A free to attend conference is being held in Peterborough at the Key Theatre on 13th September.
The PASt Explorers Project ...
Those participating in the FRAG guided walk near the church at Castor were able to spot the traces of the major Roman building which once occupied the site.
Despite the best efforts of the Castor bell-ringers, Dr Stephen Upex was able to bring the history of the Roman presence in Castor to life - and place it in the ...
On 14th May Helen O'Hara provided an overview of the archaeology arising from the massive road improvement project. She focused on previously unknown Saxon and Roman sites, but along the length of the new road a vast number of features and artefacts have been discovered.
Now there is a chance for you to participate in a ...
There is a new book about Norman Cross by Paul Chamberlain. Norman Cross Prison was the first ever purpose built prisoner of war camp. Its sub-title "The lost town of Huntingdonshire" emphasises its impact on the local community.
Those who have heard Paul's talks about the prison will have been fascinated by his ability ...
A flint knapping workshop organised by Vivacity took place at Flag Fen on Saturday.
Eight students (including FRAG members) produced arrowheads, stone axes and a variety of sharp blades. However, it soon became clear that we should have started practicing many years before if we were ever to become as proficient as our ...