Lyminge Archaeological Project website now live!

We’re really excited to announce that our new website is live and can be found at

websiteThe new and improved website contains links to the Integrated Archaeological Database (IADB) where our records are being uploaded and archived digitally as well as our University of Reading pages which will continue to provide links to allow anyone to download the academic articles on the excavations. The new site also contains information about the history of Lyminge and past excavations, as well as photos from 2008-20012. We have pages on taking part in the excavations, as well as information on talks and events that might be of interest to you all.

website2The team would like to thank Simon Maslin for his very hard work in developing the website from scratch in such a short space of time.

We hope to update the website regularly and add the new seasons excavations – but do remember that the blog will be the best place to keep up to date with daily discoveries during the dig season, with all the best photos and info going up there first! You can find a link to the website on the menu on the right of this blog post.


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