A few of the other sites we have worked on over the last 40 years.
Edwins Hall foundations (Photo: B. Steel)
A Tudor house where MAHG was asked to find a lost wing. Foundations of a Tudor wing were uncovered, and also foundations of an earlier structure which were discovered underneath. We believe this earlier structure to be the foundations of an early Manor House.
An area north of Heybridge selected for grave extract was known to contain a number of crop marks. MAHG excavated and uncovered a Bronze Age enclosure, an Iron Age settlement and a mediaeval moat.
Maldon Southern Bypass
When soil was removed prior to a road and housing development in the west of Maldon, MAHG's founder noticed Roman pottery on the surface. Iron Age and Romano British settlements were revealed and our excavation unearthed a large amount of potsherds dating from 500 BC to 200 AD.
Prior to a large housing estate being built the remains of a small Romano British town were discovered. Due to its national importance a large professional excavation took place and MAHG was able to help with excavating and finds processing, such as pot washing.