Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Saxon Period, Archaeology, Britain, Dark Age, Dark Ages, England, Germanic, History, Kent, Lyminge Archaeological Project, Medieval Period, Middle Ages, Migration Period, North Sea Region, Settlement Archaeology, the Dark Ages
You might recall me mentioning the Lyminge Archaeological Project from time to time. I spent some time helping out at the excavations there last summer, although I could only stay for a week because I was in the final stages of giving birth to my Master’s Dissertation. I also spent another week there last April, about which you might recall I wrote a brief summary.
This time, though, it’s the real deal. I’ll be there for seven weeks – spanning the full extent of the final season of excavation – and I very much doubt I’ll get around to updating Darkage-ology from the confines of my tent. Do not despair, though, because the project has a dedicated blog, which will be regularly updated so you can still get your fix of early medieval archaeology.
So I’m afraid this is goodbye for a little while. I hope you all enjoy your summer, and don’t forget to spare a thought for me and my ever worsening tan lines.