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Dig Diary 2006      

SEASONS IN THE SUN 2006

During the summer of 2006, Dyfed Archaeological Trust will be carrying out several important excavations in various parts of southwest Wales. We intend to provide regular updates from all these excavations through our ‘dig diary’. The relevant diary pages will be updated every Tuesday and Friday afternoon between the middle of July and the end of August.

 

JULY 17th to JULY 28th 2006 West Angle Excavation, Pembrokeshire

Dig at West Angle 2005
Dig at West Angle 2005

Dyfed Archaeological Trust will once again be undertaking an excavation of the early medieval cemetery at West Angle Bay in southwest Pembrokeshire. Although there will not be a formal open day, members of the public are welcome to view the excavations in progress. The site has very easy access and is located on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path just above the beach.

Click here for this year's Dig Diary.

Click here to view last year’s dig diary.

 

 

JULY 17th to AUGUST 11th 2006 Prehistoric and Romano-British enclosure at Ffynnonwen near Cardigan

The excavation at Troedyrhiw 2005
The excavation at Troedyrhiw 2005

Dyfed Archaeological Trust will be undertaking a four week excavation of a prehistoric and Romano-British enclosure near Cardigan in southern Ceredigion. There will be a public open day although full details have yet to be arranged.

Click here for this year's Dig Diary.

Click here to view last year’s dig diary at the nearby enclosure of Troedyrhiw.

 

 

 

JULY 31st - AUGUST 31st 2006 Brownslade Barrow, Pembrokeshire


During August 2006, Dyfed Archaeological Trust is undertaking a four-week excavation of an early medieval cemetery adjacent to a Bronze Age barrow on the Castlemartin Army Training Estate in southwest Pembrokeshire. The work is being undertaken in response to severe damage being caused to the cemetery by badger activity and it is being funded Ministry of Defence.

Click here for the Dig Diary.

 

 

 

Please click on the options on the left hand margin for further information and access to the dig diary for each of the excavations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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