See some of the finds from our dig and find out what they tell us about the people who lived at Wintringham in the past.

Finds from the 2019 - 2021 excavations

A middle Iron Age loom weight, which would have applied tension to threads when weaving cloth.
A middle Iron Age timber ‘log ladder’ found preserved at the bottom of a waterhole or well. 
An early Anglo-Saxon bone comb when it was first lifted from the ground
An Anglo-Saxon pottery vessel, found in a hole originally dug for a timber post.

Finds from the 2022 excavation

More coming soon...

A tiny Early Roman brooch. The blue patina suggests it is made of copper alloy which has oxidised after nearly 2,000 years in the ground.