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Archaeology

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Mammoth tooth
06 January 2020 | Safety, Health & Environment

Marine aggregates dredger uncovers rare mammoth tooth dating back to the Ice Age

Bell B20E dumptrucks
23 November 2019 | Plant & Equipment

Archaeological specialist says B20E’s light ground pressure and flotation tyres are perfect for the task

Prehistoric timber house remains
26 October 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Rare yet well-preserved Mesolithic timbers unearthed at Tarmac quarry in North Yorkshire

Dr Rebecca Trow
15 October 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Archaeological finds at Hope cement works help shed more light on Roman military outpost

Arrowhead
19 August 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Ancient artefacts going on show to the public this week at a Tarmac site in North Yorkshire

Plesiosaur skeleton
05 November 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Rare fossil found at Must Farm Quarry goes on show at Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Bradley community archaeology
29 September 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Local residents take a look at how archaeological work at new surface mine has been planned and carried out

Mortimer Quarry open day
07 August 2018 | Quarrying

Local residents gain understanding of quarry operations and mitigation methods used to protect wildlife

Binnegar bunker

Auxiliary Units wartime underground hideout discovered at Raymond Brown site near Wareham

Bronze Age vases
03 November 2016 | Quarrying | 1 Comment

Archaeologists unearth well-preserved pottery at Tudor Griffiths Group site in North Wales

Roman remains
25 September 2016 | Quarrying

Archaeologists discover skeleton of Roman man in rare stone sarcophagus at quarry in Dorset

Woolly mammoth tusk unearthed at Tarmac site
17 August 2016 | Safety, Health & Environment

Woolly mammoth tusk unearthed at Tarmac site in Worcestershire to go on display in local museum

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Young archaeologists
19 May 2016 | Quarrying

Children from Roxton Lower School take part in a ‘dig’ at their local sand and gravel quarry

Brass mouthpiece
15 February 2016 | Safety, Health & Environment

Winners announced in British Marine Aggregate Producers Association’s annual Archaeology Awards

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Ice Age hyena bones
03 November 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Exceptionally rare baby hyena bones go on display at Creswell Crags with funding from Tarmac

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