The Poulton Project - Registered Charity Number 1094552

The Poulton Project was incorporated as a charity on August 7th 2002. The incorporation statement is: To further the education of the public in the archaeology, history and architecture of a multi-period landscape in the Chester hinterland known as The Poulton Project and to promote and foster public knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Archaeology generally.

Field Notes – week 5

27 Jul

Week Five Corn height: ridiculously variable – talus/ fibula lateral malleolous (ankle) to saggital suture of cranium (over my head) [you just wait if we get some decent rain] We have had the most ludicrous weather during our field school thus far this summer, but last week takes the (increasingly soft and melty) biscuit. The […]

Field Notes – week 4

23 Jul

  Field Notes – Week Four Corn height: caput femoris (head of the femur)* Welcome back to my regular weekly updates. I hope everyone enjoyed the special Day of Archaeology post from last week! Week four on site has been a little bit different for me. Trench I, the cemetery, has been a bit quieter […]

Field notes – week 3

13 Jul

Field Notes: Week Three Corn height: patellae (knee high)   This week’s site update is a Day of Archaeology special. For the past four years, this project has aimed to share the incredible diversity of the daily lives of archaeologists around the world. Once you’ve read all about my day at the Poulton Project yesterday, […]

Field Notes – Week 2

06 Jul

Field Notes: Week Two Corn height: tibial tuberosity (near about knee high) We were back out to blazing sunshine at the beginning of this week, with seven students in the cemetery area and another eight in the roundhouse area – some students had been with us the week before, but we also had some new […]

Field Notes – Week 1

27 Jun

Field Notes: Week One Corn height: tibia mid-diaphysis (shin high) It has been a fantastic first week at the Poulton Research Project field school. We’ve had a lucky number thirteen students on site – eight working in Trench I (the cemetery) with Mike and I – and five working in Trench L (the roundhouse) with […]