- Good Impressions
- Italian Renaissance Ceramics
- Drawings by Rembrandt
- British printed images to 1700
- Etruscan by definition
- Iron Age mirrors
- Chairman Mao badges
- Collections of Sir Aurel Stein
- Dunhuang textiles in the UK
- Featured project: Inca ushnus
- A Hundred Years of Dunhuang
- Japanese coin catalogue
- Excavations at Grimes Graves
- Ming dynasty paper money
Excavations at Grimes Graves
- Gillian Varndell, project leader
- Stephen Crummy
- Ian Longworth
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This research project will result in the publication of the final volume in the series covering the British Museum excavations at Grimes Graves from 1972-1976. Grimes Graves, near Brandon, Norfolk was the site of intensive flint mining activity during the later Neolithic and of later occupation during the Bronze Age.
This volume (Fascicule 6) deals with survey and excavation beyond the area of the deep mines published in Fascicule 5. It sets out to consider what we have learned about the mining activity itself, what was being made from the material extracted, the period of time over which this extends, and the nature of the Bronze Age occupation.
This project has been completed. The volume was published in 2012.
I. Longworth, G. Varndell and J. Lech, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk, 1972-1976. Fascicule 6: Exploration and excavation beyond the deep mines (London, British Museum Press, 2012)
I. Longworth and G. Varndell, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-1976. Fascicule 5: Mining in the deeper mines, (London, British Museum Press,1996)