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Results for Polyolbion Archaeology

[Polyolbion Archaeology logo] "Stephen Wass, operating as 'Polyolbion Archaeology' has an M.A. in Historical Archaeology from the University of Leicester gained during work with the National Trust on a major archaeological survey of Farnborough Park, Warwickshire. His current project, as part of a programme of D. Phil. research at the University of Oxford, is to explore and investigate the extraordinary seventeenth century 'theme park' in the gardens around Hanwell Castle. He is also an accredited member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (MCIfA).
He is available for small scale evaluations, watching briefs and archaeological surveys and the recording of historic gardens and buildings. He has lead a number of community based archaeology projects and as a qualified teacher he is also able to offer advice to schools on teaching archaeology and can lead projects with an archaeological focus."

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Records 1 - 3 of 3

PDF   (4MB) Wass, S (2014)'Archaeological Report on Work Undertaken at Stockwell House'.
PDF   (1MB) Wass, S. (2014)'Archaeological watching Brief for Rose and Hill Cottages, Burford'.
PDF   (9MB) Wass, S. (2017)'Archaeological Investigation: Excavation and Recording Fishpool valley Croft castle'.

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