Geophysical survey updated in 2009. The fort (two phases at least are clearly visible) is the large rectangle in the center. The second trench opened in 2010 is outside the east gate on the north side of Dere Street as it leaves the fort.
From Binchester - the excavations
the Hall - prospect of a Study Center and visitor facility?
Molly and Ben
VINOVIVM - hypocaust
the old walled garden - Binchester
David (Mason) - Durham County Archaeologist
tools of the trade
Binchester - the site
slowing down for a small find
Clara (Caruthers) - Stanford
"can't we just figure this out?" - post- Roman conundrums
David (Rosenthal) - Stanford - sometimes things look lop-sided
Cawfields Milecastle, on Hadrian's Wall - Rob, Eleri, and Shannon - another of those skies!
visiting Vindolanda - with Andrew Birley
Melissa (Chatfield) and Eleri (Cousins) - visiting Corstopitum (Corbridge, Tyne Valley, Nothumberland UK) - field school trip
Corstopitum Roman Town
Segedunum (Wallsend) - experimental firing of a Romano-British pottery kiln - with Melissa (Chatfield) looking on - Stanford
visiting Segedunum (Wallsend, Tyne and wear, UK) - complete excavation of the Roman fort (MS was here in 1975!)
Escomb - built from the stones of Vinovium - 7th Century
contemporary ancient Briton - "Britunculus"?
From Archaeology in the north
is that really a bronze helmet?
under the oak tree for lunch
David (Petts) - Durham
South Bailey - Durham City - the street where the team live
Eleri (Cousins) and Aly (English) - Stanford - debate the finer points of early medieval post holes
South Bailey, Durham City, by the "Dig House"
VINOVIVM - geophysical survey - fort and town
under the floor