This blog was set up to chart the progress of  archaeological excavations at Caistor St. Edmund, Norfolk, undertaken during the summer of 2010 under the direction of Will Bowden of the University of Nottingham. Buried beneath the quiet fields of Caistor St. Edmund lies the Roman regional capital of Venta Icenorum, one of only three such centres in the UK not overlain by modern settlement.  In 2005 a new research project was instigated by Will Bowden (University of Nottingham), working in partnership with the Norfolk Archaeological Trust, South Norfolk Council and Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service.  This year’s excavations follow on from the very successful 2009 season, chronicled in the Casitor 2009 Blog.


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  1. Ian Lowe says:

    Will be following the blog again this year, just wondered… will you be adding a RSS feed again this year?

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