Lecture: A landscape through time: excavations along the A14
October 8, 2019 7:30 PM at Marlborough Road Methodist Church, AL1 3XG
Over the past three years archaeologists from MOLA-Headland Infrastructure have been working on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Road Scheme, excavating a range of sites along the route. This is one of the largest archaeological projects ever undertaken and has uncovered a range of archaeology including mammoths and woolly rhinos, Neolithic henges and Bronze Age barrows, Roman pottery kilns, Saxon settlements and a deserted medieval village!
Emma Jeffrey is a project manager at MOLA-Headland Infrastructure, a joint venture between Museum of London Archaeology and Headland Archaeology. She was the ‘Section Lead’ for the western half of the scheme and is now working on the post-excavation for the project.