Impostor china

Posted Jun 25 in Uncategorized

Early this year, Bronwyn Woff from Dr. Vincent Clark & Associates presented her interpretations from some interesting finds from the excavation of Cato Street Car Park in Prahran at the Victorian Archaeology Colloquium at La Trobe University. This area is currently under development to create a multi-functional urban parkland and underground car parking space. From her analysis Bronwyn was able […]

2018 Bruce Turner Presentation: What Lies Beneath

Posted Jun 25 in Uncategorized

Date and time: 7:00 – 8:30pm, Thursday the 28th June 2018 Place: Prahran Mechanics’ Institute Victorian History Library, 39 St. Edmonds Road, Prahran This Thursday at the Prahran Mechanics Institute, Dr Michelle Negus Cleary will be delivering a free public lecture on her work with Cato Street Carpark. This is a fantastic opportunity for archaeology students and […]

The Jones Lane Kids

Posted Jun 18 in Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, children, historical archaeology, kids, VC&A, Victoria

On the Friday the 2nd February of this year, artefact specialists from Dr. Vincent Clark & Associates and Christine Williamson Heritage presented their findings at the Victorian Archaeology Colloquium at La Trobe University. Nadia Bajzelj and Dr Christine Williamson presented their interpretation of the finds associated with children from the excavation of the Wesley Church precinct in Melbourne’s CBD. […]

Bottles, Bullets and Teacups: Artefacts from the Old Bridge Inn

Posted Jun 01 in Uncategorized

On Saturday the 26th May Dr Michelle Negus Cleary and Bronwyn Woff (pictured) presented the findings of their work the Old Bridge Inn archaeological study in Mernda as a part of Archaeology Week. The Old Bridge Inn archaeological investigations was Victoria’s first historical archaeological offset project. A main aim of the off-set project was to […]