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We've had a wonderful ceramic reconstruction project in our workrooms recently - a very large Roman vessel which was excavated almost intact from a site in the village of Navenby, just South of Lincoln. We attracted quite an audience while we were working on the pot - no-one could quite believe what fantastic condition it was in, considering its age! We were commissioned to do the work by Navenby Archaeology Group (NAG). Leah used to be a member of the group a few years ago (after many years of watching Time Team in her teens!), and we have joined them on a number of projects as WHConservation, such as a Roman-themed activity day in 2014 and a talk on ceramics repair last year. It's always such a pleasure to work with the NAG members, who are always so welcoming and enthusiastic about their archaeological heritage.


Here are a few photographs of our work with the group, and on the pot. You can read more on the Past Projects page of our Portfolio.


Part of the WHConservation stand at the NAG Roman Day Have-a-go conservation cleaning activity at the NAG Roman Day
Leah showing young visitors how conservators examine objects using a digital microscope NAG members having a go at ceramic reconstruction at our talk


Charlotte Owen

Project Conservator, National Trust


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