The remains of the Frisian gate in Coevorden
Our Dutch team uncovers the remains of the Frisian gate in Coevorden – one of the three medieval city gates of the town – built around 1620 and demolished 250 years later. The research is expected to answer a number of questions about the history of the town.
Although the Friese poort remains seem a pile of stone for the passers-by, archaeologist Arjan Hullegie said that this operation was a once in a lifetime experience.
Geophysical survey of Villers-Cotterets Castle, France
Our company is commissioned by the Centre des monuments nationaux to carry out the geophysical survey of the castle Villers-Cotterêts (Aisne). The building, currently in poor condition, will be home to a Centre de la Francophonie after its renovation in 2022. For the...
Archaeological excavations on the Groningen fish market
One of the city members of the Hanseatic League, Groningen had played an important role in providing food to the Netherlands. One of the city members of the Hanseatic League, Groningen had played an important role in providing food to the Netherlands. We have carried...
Salisbury participation in the Lascaux Project
It is one of the greatest international successes of Salisbury Archaeology. The construction of the Centre international de l’art pariétal Montignac-Lascaux started back in 2015. Salisbury Archaeology expert teams worked together with German archaeology specialists to...