CBM at Silchester By Dr Sara Machin – CBM specialist for the the Silchester Project Ceramic building materials (CBM) typically represent the largest category of artefacts recorded at Romano British…Read More >
Bath house parallels
The Romans were well know for their systematic and regimented approach to most things; an ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ attitude that was perhaps best exemplified in their…Read More >
Not long to go
With winter seemingly taking an eternity to finally end, it’s always a surprise when the digging season sneaks up so quickly.
What a great year, thanks to all of you!
We’ve had the most amazing, productive and archaeologically rich year so far.
Nero stamped at Little London!
Three weeks into the archaeological excavations of Englefield Estate land at Little London and the Silchester team from the Department of Archaeology has made significant progress and made some exciting finds.
A Damp but Promising Start
There’s been an excellent start to our big summer excavation season. Machining at the Little London Tile Kiln site has confirmed the geophysics results, and more, with a number of…Read More >
Excavations at Little London Roman Tile Kiln
During our long excavations at Insula IX, one enigmatic find in particular always raised questions whenever discovered.