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Just received this pic from our local Suffolk TT. Bead is most likely Saxon; in which era would you place the pot?

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A Very Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to you all, from the AS team! (And Zy, who oversees the office...)

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Surprise delivery of #Eco crackers from Now that's some seriously thoughtful customer service!! ;-)

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Some small finds from our Soham excavs. C/wise from top - Roman blade, Roman key, flint flake; centre - Roman ring

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The other side of that fantastic Acheulean cordate handaxe recently found at one of our #Suffolk excavations. For more info see our Facebook page

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Screenshot of the complex Roman site I've been working on for the past 2 years (garish colours identify phasing)

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The gingerbread version of an HBR recording.... (An inspired suggestion by our graphics officer Charlotte, I feel)

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Remember our Hitchin cremation? Well, here's that unusual lid - cleaned up, laid out and ready to be reconstructed

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Horse spine from our Soham exc, possibly exhibiting ankylosing spondylitis – a progressive inflammatory disease

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Some of those previously mentioned Mesolithic flint cores and blades, from our central Beds trial trench eval

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Lovely little bronze toy cannon, revealed during a recent watching brief at an AS site in Ongar

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Shot of the Hitchin cremation urns in-situ. The larger vessel (1) right way up, with vessel 2 up-turned inside

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Also from Kings Lynn this bronze ferrule, fused to a carved ash shaft. It's now in conservation so more info soon!

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Bronze Age collared cremation urn we uncovered at the Kings Lynn excavation! Videos &more photos coming soon to FB

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#dayofarch Our Archaeological Graphics Officer Charlotte is going dotty with dots as she illustrates her way... through this collection of medieval pottery from a trial trench evaluation we carried out in Necton, Norfolk! The above image is of a Castleacre type filled cooking pot rim, with external sooting.

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Our Broadlands, Peterborough report is due for publication by PCAS. The project included the rare find of a preserved, prehistoric log ladder

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In mid 2011 AS became an accredited Safety Management Advisory Services contractor, demonstrating both our health and safety competencies and commitment to the Worksafe ethos.

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Environmental responsibility is becoming an ever present issue, particularly in the planning world. AS achieved BS EN ISO 14001 certification in 2011, and this is evidence of the commitment we've made to reduce our environmental impact.

Accreditation to ISO 14001 demonstrates that, through a process of external and internal auditing, we have successfully implemented measures to control our impact on the environment and adhere to those environmental laws that are relevant to our sector.

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In 2007 we achieved, and have since maintained, BS EN ISO 9001 certification. This demonstrates that we uphold the aim of enhancing customer satisfaction through the effective application and continual improvement of our management systems and ensured conformity to the requirements of our sector's regulations.

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The Investors in People accreditation scheme provides us with a framework of best practice to ensure that everyone within AS has the right skills, knowledge and motivation to perform well and help improve the way we do things.

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