Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Sherwood Forest Archaeological Field School

You can now book your place at the 2015 field school on either

Week 1: August 10th - 14th 2015
Week 2: August 17th - 21st 2015

via our website:



This is not an ordinary field school - this is a ‘Training Field School’ where you will learn about all aspects of archaeological excavation and receive hands on training and learning from archaeological professionals in the heart of Sherwood Forest…
As well as all the above you will learn about the history and archaeology of Sherwood Forest, and also about the designed royal hunting landscape and Palace at its heart. Mercian Archaeological Services CIC run the Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project and are at the leading edge of research into this landscape of legends…
All techniques are taught and experienced throughout the week, with hands on training from our Archaeological experts.
Field Days include lunch provided by our field caterers which will be eaten in our welfare area in the field.
Hands on learning and training is supplemented with lunchtime seminars covering many of the subjects above to provide the theory behind the practice.

Come and join our week long Sherwood Forest Archaeological Training Field School at King John’s Palace.

You will receive training and experience in:

Contexts records,
Pottery identification,
Finds handling,
Finds processing,
Surveying and levelling,
and much more…

About the Video:

The video was made by our dear friend Paul Bobrucki Photography (Please see his website at: http://paulbobphoto.smugmug.com/ ) one ofMercian Archaeological Services CIC's volunteers!
The video stars many of the students from last years course giving sparkling testimonials!!! Thank you to everyone who came last year- and hopefully we will see you all again this year as well as many new faces!!

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