Dig Site - The Burrs

During a survey/watching brief down The Burrs a cobbled surface was uncovered, along with tegula and Greyware pottery from the nearby kilns at Holme-On-Spalding Moor

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2nd Jun 2020

Main Site

Brough is thought to be Petuaria, mentioned by an ancient writer Ptolemy as the tribal centre of the Parisi, the people who lived in East Yorkshire in the Roman period. It now forms part of the villages/town of Elloughton cum Brough. Although the helmet in our logo, devised many years ago by the Parish Council is somewhat inaccurate in terms of Roman headgear, it reflects continued pride in our ancient heritage. Read more …

27th Jul 2020

Dig Site - Welton rd

On this site in 1980 a Roman building was found and excavated.  It contained a pot, oven and coins of both Vespasian and Domitian.  Read more …

27th Jul 2020

Timber buildings

Potential remains of 3rd Century timber buildings, dated by coins discovered in situ. Read more …

27th Jul 2020

Ferry Inn Brough

Romano-British pottery discovered during a watching brief at The Ferry Inn, Brough. It is thought that this area would form parts of the harbour/docks for the transfering of supplies accross the humber Read more …

 

 

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Kick Starter Appeal

As we get ever closer to this years special community and wellbeing “Archaeology for All” dig we would like a little help for one of our partners.
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