Apologies for the delay in updating the blog today. I am afraid there may be some slight interruptions to service over the next week or so as I'm away. However, hopefully, I'll be being fed updates from the site and will post them as I receive them.
Yesterday, there was more progress on the cleaning back. Its may seem repetitive, but its an important process. Its increasingly easy to identify the edges of the trench excavated into the corner of the fort in the 1930s by Kenneth Steer. Other features are also coming up, including further stretches of wall connected to the barrack block. It will be a priority to get the full extent of this structure defined. There are also hints of other structures built into the ramparts, which will require further defining.
Latest edition of Antiquity - The latest edition of Antiquity is worth a look. Two articles in particular are of especial interest: Discovery of an enormous late Viking Age fort in Denm...
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