This month we have a diverse collection of newly published reports containing the stories of kings, queens, giants, glassblowers and explosives – some sites have such a long and fascinating history that you can hardly believe it all occurred in one place!
- Surrey and Sussex: Chemical Analysis of Production Waste from Wealden Glasshouse – Can production waste from glasshouse sites give new insights on the arrival of Jean Carré’s immigrant glassworkers, c 1567?
- Warbstow Bury, Warbstow, Cornwall: Archaeological Survey Report – From Iron Age hillfort to Second World War sentry box, Warbstow Bury has been the source of folklore tales concerning a giant and King Arthur, as well as being a beacon for Queen Victoria and a watchpost for the Home Guard – the Archaeological Survey Report makes for some fascinating reading.
- Curtis’s and Harvey Ltd Explosives Factory, Medway: Archaeological Survey and Analysis of the Factory Remains – If this Sunday turns out to be a rainy afternoon…
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