Tag Archives: archaeology

Last week, the temporary display welcomed its landmark 100,000th visitor, having opened only six months ago.

The last moments of the second phase of the Greyfriars dig by University of Leicester, on Flickr

via Richard III centre is set to be approved | This is Leicestershire.

100,000 visitors in 6 months. Not bad. I bet some little touristy places are wishing they could dig up a long-missing king on their property to bump up their numbers.

Sadly, I’m not one of those 100,000 visitors (yet). Not to worry, though. I’ve been stalking the archaeologists virtually.

They seem to have a nice sense of humor.

It’s been a long month and Intern Claire shows how she feels as the dig comes to an end by University of Leicester, on Flickr