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Chester Amphitheatre Project Blog


Welcome to the official Blog of the Chester Amphitheatre Project.

Tuesday, June 22

Yet more updates

Taking advantage of the fine weather this morning we took the opportunity to take several photographs of the work so far.

Also you can now find information about the Amphitheatre Interpretation Centre, that is based on the first floor of the Chester Visitor Center, opposite the Amphitheatre site.

Thank you to those of you that have posted comments here so far, it's always good to hear what you think. We are hoping to have the archaeologists posting very soon, they are currently having technical difficulties at their new site office, but we've been assured these will be sorted very soon.

So keep checking back!

posted by Anthony at 15:42



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very impressed with the internet use. Looking forward to many weeks of up to the minute information.

Chris Addison, Wirral.

1:11 AM, June 25, 2004  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about interviewing one or two of the diggers until they can post themselves? A lot of people all over the country would be very interested to read their comments. I posted a dig diary on the Time Team forum about my 4 weeks in Trench C last year and it was very popular.

11:10 PM, June 26, 2004  
Blogger David Detrich said...

I enjoy your site specially the web cam. However, that is in itself frustrating as the blog is not added to regularly. (I know that is just one more thing that takes time.)

Let me ask a couple of questions or observations.

I assume that the dump is to the left of the web cam picture.

What is happening in the areas:
just up from the ladder

in the upper right hand corner of the view area

recently a red - orange wire or cloth mesh has been erected to the left center of the site to the viewers side of the travel planks. What is it and what is its purpose?

I think that there is an area up and a little to the left of the shadow of that mesh. What was found here?

3:10 PM, July 05, 2004  

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