Roman and medieval discoveries: Waterside, Leicester

A major excavation in north-west Leicester features in the Leicester Mercury, with a video and interviews with some of the team working on the site. The Waterside Project has revealed fresh discoveries into the city’s Roman and medieval past on land to the west of the city centre bordering the River Soar.

2018 in 12 Images: Year in Review

We’ve excavated on a wide range of projects in 2018. Here we showcase 12 images taken throughout the year, highlighting our main discoveries, click on the images to read more from each project.

Herculaneum: Past Perfect, Future Conditional

LEICESTERSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL & HISTORICAL SOCIETY presents on THURSDAY 10th MARCH, 7.30PM at NEW WALK MUSEUM, LEICESTER THE W. ALAN NORTH MEMORIAL LECTURE 2016 “HERCULANEUM: PAST PERFECT, FUTURE CONDITIONAL” A lecture by PROFESSOR ANDREW WALLACE-HADRILL University of Cambridge Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, OBE, FBA, FSA is Professor of Roman Studies and Director of Research in the Faculty…

Latest volume of Transactions published

The latest volume of the Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (vol. 88, 2014) has been published. This year’s volume includes a new article co-authored by John Morison and ULAS’s Vicki Score on ‘The Lost Chapel of St Morrell, Hathern’ (Previously reported on by ULASNEWS). John Thomas has compiled the latest ‘Archaeology in…