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Exeter Archaeology was founded in 1971, primarily to undertake excavations within the city. Although still part of the city council, Exeter Archaeology is now the oldest and one the larger archaeological consultants and contractors in the region, working throughout the Southwest and beyond. In excess of three hundred archaeological projects are undertaken each year from the tip of Cornwall to Hampshire and Berkshire.Exeter Archaeology has a professional core staff of thirty, with an additional flexible field team of between ten and thirty qualified archaeologists. The organisation has widespread experience of working within the developer-funded framework, its core work including desk-based assessment, field survey, evaluative and full-scale excavation and building survey. Archaeological services are provided to all areas of development, including the quarrying industry, road schemes, major housing projects and utility service provision. Exeter Archaeology also undertakes a range of work for public bodies such as national park authorities, The National Trust and English Heritage.In addition to the many archaeological projects deriving from current planning legislation, landscape and building surveys are regularly undertaken to inform heritage management issues. Specialist advice is available on a range of subjects, including building interpretation and conservation, with in-house analysis available on a range of artefacts and environmental material.

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Weddell, PJ (1991) 'Archaeological assessment of the published scheme of the A30/A303 Honiton-Marsh and A35 Honiton Eastern bypass'. Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit Report No. 91.24
Weddell, PJ (1993) 'A30/A303 Honiton Marsh trunk road scheme preliminary archaeological assessment of A358 alternative route'. Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit Report No. 93.86
Bedford, J Reed, S (1993) 'Archaeological Watching Brief at Woodbury Great Close, Axminster'. Report 93.14
Manning, PT Reed, SJ (1994) 'A30 Honiton to Exeter Improvement. Archaeological Evaluation Excavations 1994'. Report No. 94
Sampson, J (1995) 'Glastonbury Abbey: The Painted Decoration of the Lady Chapel'.
Gent, TH (1996) 'Archaeological Excavation at Hazel Grove, Elburton, Plymouth'. Report No. 96.04
Gent, TH (1997) 'Archaeological Evaluation of WBB Rivers Diversion and Tipping Area, Teigngrace, Devon'. Report No. 97.01
Sage, A (1997) 'Archaeological Evaluation of Land adjoining Nelson Close, Topsham'. Report No. 97.69
Gent, TH (1998) 'Archaeological observations of DCC trial pits at A30 Woodleigh Junction, Cheriton Bishop'. Exeter Archaeology Report No. 98.38
Reed, S (1999) 'Archaeological Evaluation of Proposed Tipping Site at Bray Valley Quarries, Brayford, Devon'. Report No. 99.68
Dyer, M (1999) 'Archaeological Observation and Recording of a Residential Development Between Peel Close and Orchard Way, Topsham, Exeter'. Report No. 99.83
Manning, PT (1999) 'Archaeological evaluation at A30 Woodleigh Junction, Cheriton Bishop, November 1999'. Exeter Archaeology Report No. 99.82
Sage, A (1999) 'Archaeological Evaluation at Exeter Road, Topsham'. Report No. 99.37
Reed, S (2000) 'Archaeological recording at Seaton's Garage, Yeovil, Somerset '.
Griffith, FM Reed, S (2000) 'Rescue Recording at Bantham Hall, South Devon'. Report No 98.85
Best, JE (2004) 'Archaeological Evaluation at Coates Farm, Greinton, Somerset'. Report No. 04.25
Passmore, AJ (2004) 'Archaeological recording at site of new warehouse for vital dog supplies, The Barton, North Tawton, Devon'. Report No. 04.11
Stead, P (2004) 'Archaeological Excavation of Southernhay East Car Park, Exeter'. Report No. 04.24
Parker, R (2004) 'The Higher Barracks, Howell Road, Exeter, Devon, England'.
Best, J (2005) 'Archaeological watching brief at Foxglove Cottage, Marshall Farm, Woolfardisworthy, Devon'.
Best, JE (2005) 'Archaeological Recording and Excavation at Bray Valley Quarries, Brayford, Devon'.
Collings, AG Dyer, M (2005) 'Archaeological Assessment (revised) of land at Lower North Street, Exeter'. 05.23
Leverett, M Valentin, J M, (2005) 'Archaeological Evaluation at Dinham Road, St David's, Exeter'. Report No. 05.53
Anon. (2005) 'Archaeological Assessment of the Crossmead Conference Centre, Barley Lane, Exeter'.
Sampson, J (2005) 'An Archaeological Study of the Crossing Piers and Nave Arcade of the Great Church'.
Gent, TH (2005) 'Archaeological recording at Henscott, Bradford, Devon'. Report No. 05.15

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