Tag Archives: world war two

Guest Post: Geophysics on Basingstoke Common – Clare Allen

Clare Allen has written a post updating us on her ongoing research for her Masters in Archaeological Surveying and Landscape major project. — The three weeks spent doing geophysics on the common were very eventful; from running away from cows to stomping down nettles. However, some very interesting results have been achieved, with a lot […]

Student Research Post: Searching for World War II Remains

This is a post written by student Dan Joyce, who is currently studying on the Archaeological Computing MSc at the University of Southampton. ┬áDan is one of the team who have been on site during the two surveying weeks that we have been running at Basing House, and is doing his major project on Basing […]