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Tag Archives: Lordenshaws
Well, this is the last blog post from me (Debbie). The Rock Art Mobile Project is drawing to a close and this seemed like a good way to round it off. Since the last post a lot has happened. Our … Continue reading
Two blog posts in quick succession – wonders will never cease. Last weekend (Friday 4th and Saturday 5th March) RAMP held another set of workshops. This time we were based entirely in Rothbury and Lordenshaw, a design decision made so … Continue reading
Last week Areti and I ventured out in the rock art countryside armed with technology. We were prepared to do battle with five mobile phone handsets (one for each major network provider) and a GPS to record phone signal at … Continue reading
Slightly later than promised, here is the post for our second workshop in Rothbury from Saturday 18th. Against all odds, the weather remained fine, a bit windy but sunny nonetheless as we headed out to Lordenshaws again. Another successful workshop … Continue reading
On Monday the RAMP Team spent the morning at one of our target sites, Lordenshaws, near Rothbury. Lordenshaws has over a hundred carved stones, but also has many other archaeological features, including a variety of cairns, ancient field systems, an Iron Age … Continue reading