Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Binchester 2014: Day Thirty-Two

A hectic day as our press release went out. We were greeted at 8.30 when we arrived on site by local radio waiting to interview us - and had lots of visits over the day. The combination of a big article in a national newspaper and good weather meant that there were plenty of visitors coming round the site all day.

No major progress to report- we are very much winding down now and focusing on recording and drawing as much of the site as possible, so that we have no backlog. The barrack in Trench 1 is looking very forlorn now so much of the wall has been removed, but the officer's block at the north end still looks rather splendid.

Today's photograph is of our important early Christian ring and was taken by Jeff Veitch our Departmental photographer.

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