Chedworth RevealedIn July 2010 we revealed and protected mosaics at Chedworth Roman Villa. This was part of a major project to improve visitor access and conservation of the historic fabric. We had a wonderful time and met visitors from all over the world. It was fabulous to share our work and talk about it on-site.
- The excavation and conservation work was captured by this blog as it happened. The 2010 blog is no longer maintained but will still be available as an archive and on-line resource.
- The new cover buildings will be complete in 2012. We’ll be back then to finish the excavations and reveal the full 30m of corridor mosaic!
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Author Archives: Chedworth Excavations
The Chedworth Excavations blog has been very quiet over the last four months but the mosaics have been carefully protected and building work has begun. The photograph shows the scaffolding in progress over the whole of the West Range. The … Continue reading
Victoria began her studies in archaeology and classics in Berlin at the Freie Universitat. After several years as a practicing archaeologist and conservator of objects and architecture from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Modern Age in Berlin and Brandenburg, she … Continue reading
Hannah studied anthropology at the University of Chicago, focusing on Africa, conducting research and excavation in Niger. Working in the fossil preparation laboratory at the University of Chicago, she developed an interest in palaeontology and archaeological research, leading to a … Continue reading
A books, papers and archive conservation professional by training, Vicki studied liberal arts as well as paper and books conservation at Bruges, specializing in parchment conservation, iron gall ink treatment and the conservation of wax seals. She has worked conserving … Continue reading
Studying ancient history at the University of Warwick, Rebecca developed an interest in classical history including Latin and Greek language study and Hieroglyphs translation, leading to a Master’s degree in Egyptology from the University of Cambridge. As an archaeologist, Rebecca … Continue reading
Having always had an interest in heritage and preservation, Amanda holds two Master’s in archaeological conservation from University College London, and one in archaeology from Boston University. Alongside her studies, she has spent the past nine years as a practising … Continue reading
Director of Cleere Conservation, Chris has been conserving objects and archaeological sites for nearly 15 years. He studied conservation at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology in London, and has since worked all over the world as a stone conservator, focusing on … Continue reading