From Guardian Unlimited, in 1222 they had a crisis in Salisbury. Masons were racing ahead raising the walls of the cathedral, but the carpenters were running out of timbers needed for the roof.
The CBA's Archaeology Training Forum provides searchable databases of all types of archaeological courses, fieldwork opportunities and organisations in the UK.
A series of readable, illustrated articles from the popular magazine take us through the archaeology of Britain from Prehistory to the Middle Ages.
Simon Gilmour provides an illustrated report with bibliography on recent research on the Isle of Lewis by the University of Edinburgh Department of Archaeology.
Uses geophysics, underwater archaeology, soil morphology, grazing and woodland history, place-name studies and oral and settlement history to gain a greater understanding of the Ben Lawers area.
Since 1992 local volunteers have been excavating this quarry in Dorset, which has yielded evidence from mesolithic to modern. Project history and management, findings, photographs.
Searchable excerpts from the Annual Reports of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, hosted by Peter Collinson's Canterbury Tour site.
Museum of London's searchable on-line catalogue of sites, containing site names, addresses, historical periods represented on each site and descriptions of the main discoveries.
Steve Howe of the Black and White Picture Place provides a guide around the Roman and medieval city wall. Map, modern and archival images with description and history, including quotations from primary sources.
Online database of information on archaeology and architecture in Wales, incorporating the Sites and Monuments Record and scheduled monument database.