Bamburghresearchproject.co.uk - SEO Checker

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...t/uploads/2018/10/cropped-small-logo.pngBamburgh Research Project
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640📣 We have taken the decision to postpone our June/July field school @Bamburgh_Castle until later in the year. We have, therefore, suspended all bookings for now. For those who have already booked with us we will be in touch shortly with more info. Stay safe everyone!
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640We are closing down our excavation here @Bamburgh_Castle based on Government advice. We hope to be back in the trenches soon. Here's a few shots from over the weekend to keep you going until then. Stay safe folks!
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640Our small team have spent the last few days #surveying the ditch around @bamburgh_castle in preparation for our next research project #totalstation #landscapesurvey #productiveisolation #northumberland
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640📣 We have a small team working hard (and isolating) up @bamburgh_castle for our last few weeks #excavating within the West Ward. This brings to a close twenty years of excavation but plenty of post-ex and new projects to keep us busy!!! ⛏️ Hopefully, there will be a few more nice surprises before the end of the dig.
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640As our off-season #excavation comes to an end we are taking a look at the recently excavated #artefacts from the site, including this iron hooked object from a probable 7th century hearth feature @bamburgh_castle Any ideas what it might be? 🤔 #bamburgh #northumberland #archaeology #earlymedieval
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640We have been excavating an area with Romano-British pottery and sherds of samian ware emerging. We also found this Cu alloy plaque. We are really starting to move past the known archaeology here @bamburgh_castle
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640So many soil samples! Next summer we will tackle these with the guidance of our #environmentalarchaeology department.
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640Take a look at this lovely bone pin excavated from a context with C14 dates ranging from 650-750AD this week @bamburgh_castle #excavation #archaeology #earlymedieval
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640Have you seen our latest research collaboration with @uoyarchaeology MA student, Jet, featured in the latest @archaeologyuk Newsletter? #learning #partnership #digitalheritage
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640Have you seen this rather lovely Iron Age or Romano-British pottery unearthed in our trench this week? Hopefully the first of many, as we move beyond the early medieval #pottery #ceramics If you look closely you will see the imprint of the surface it was made on.
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640We know this “something” is made of a copper alloy just from the color of the corrosion. Our hope is it's a coin! #coin #copperalloy #archaeology
...instagram-feed/img/placeholder.png?w=640Mystery worked bone! It was found on the north edge of one of the latrine pits. Any guesses? (Please excuse the rogue sharpie trying to get into the photo.) #workedbone #archaeology
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...8/10/img_3282-768x576.jpg?resize=350,245Bradford Kaims
...uploads/2018/10/skull.jpg?resize=225,245Bowl Hole

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The H1 heading is too short (4 characters). It should be at least 20 Characters long.
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Heading structure

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H2 Bradford Kaims
H2 Bowl Hole
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The amount of internal links is ok.
None of the anchor texts is too long.
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There are 22 external links on this page.
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/index.php/bamburgh-castle/West Ward, Bamburgh Castle
/index.php/inner-ward-bamburgh...Bamburgh Castle: Inner Ward
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/index.php/research-opportunit...Education and Research
/index.php/research-opportunit...Research Opportunities
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/index.php/suggested-reading-a...Suggested Reading
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https://www.instagram.com/p/B-...New window External We are closing down our excavation here @Bamburgh_
IMG-ALT We are closing down our excavation here @Bamburgh_Castle based on Government advice. We hope to be back in the trenches soon. Here's a few shots from over th...
https://www.instagram.com/p/B9...New window External Our small team have spent the last few days #surve
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IMG-ALT 📣 We have a small team working hard (and isolating) up @bamburgh_castle for our last few weeks #excavating within the West Ward. This brings to a close twent...
https://www.instagram.com/p/B3...New window External As our off-season #excavation comes to an end we a
IMG-ALT As our off-season #excavation comes to an end we are taking a look at the recently excavated #artefacts from the site, including this iron hooked object from...
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IMG-ALT We have been excavating an area with Romano-British pottery and sherds of samian ware emerging. We also found this Cu alloy plaque. We are really starting to...
https://www.instagram.com/p/B3...New window External So many soil samples! Next summer we will tackle t
IMG-ALT So many soil samples! Next summer we will tackle these with the guidance of our #environmentalarchaeology department.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B3...New window External Take a look at this lovely bone pin excavated from
IMG-ALT Take a look at this lovely bone pin excavated from a context with C14 dates ranging from 650-750AD this week @bamburgh_castle #excavation #archaeology #early...
https://www.instagram.com/p/B3...New window External Have you seen our latest research collaboration wi
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IMG-ALT Have you seen this rather lovely Iron Age or Romano-British pottery unearthed in our trench this week? Hopefully the first of many, as we move beyond the ear...
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2...New window External We know this “something” is made of a copper a
IMG-ALT We know this “something” is made of a copper alloy just from the color of the corrosion. Our hope is it's a coin! #coin #copperalloy #archaeology
https://www.instagram.com/p/B2...New window External Mystery worked bone! It was found on the north edg
IMG-ALT Mystery worked bone! It was found on the north edge of one of the latrine pits. Any guesses? (Please excuse the rogue sharpie trying to get into the photo.) ...
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https://bamburghresearchprojec...External Subdomain Bamburgh Research Project Excavation Season 2020 – Field School Details
https://bamburghresearchprojec...External Subdomain Application to the 2020 Fieldschool is now live on the website
https://bamburghresearchprojec...External Subdomain 2020 Fieldschool details to be announced early in the New Year
https://bamburghresearchprojec...External Subdomain BRP on TV tonight
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