My first research based on objects recovered from the submerged riverbed positioned just downstream of the 12th century Elvet Bridge in City, has now been published. A 280-page colour hardback book, published as an Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland Research Report, in association with Durham City Freemen and with support from the Finds Research Group. It's only available via our website:

Delighted that my Durham University supervisors Dr Chris Caple, Dr Pam Graves and Dr Mary Brooks were able to join me for the official launch of my new book in Durham's Guildhall last night. Book info:

Durham City, North East England...

It's a UNESC World Heritage Site and also where I live ;)

These limited edition signed prints, each featuring some wonderful illustrations of our small finds, will make an excellent Christmas gift for your archaeologically minded friend(s)/partner. And, if you buy some, you'll be supporting our monograph series!


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'Probably the largest collection of late- and post-medieval small finds in the north of England, a unique regional and national resource'

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Our first publication based on the small finds recovered from our important multi-period underwater archaeological site positioned downstream of the twelfth century Elvet Bridge, .

*Limited edition print!

'Textile Manufacture, Taxation and Trade in Late- and Post-Medieval Durham City'.


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