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Click on the links below to read about research from the Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project:

There are stories about Misbehaving Priests, Journeys through the Landscape and information about sites in the Forest from Churches and abbeys, Market Crosses, Chantry Chapels and Saxon Battles to Viking Meeting Sites…


Goose Fair

Spa Ponds and Clipstone Peel

Robin Hood’s Cave in Sherwood Forest

Priests Behaving Badly in Sherwood Forest

A journey through Sherwood Forest: Newstead Priory to King John's Palace

Rufford Abbey and the White Monks of Sherwood Forest

The Butcher, the Bacon and Bestwood: Trespass in Bestwood Park in 1440

The Vikings of Sherwood Forest

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The Oulde course of the Trente at Shelforde

A Robbery in Sherwood Forest in 1335

The Wolf Hunters of Sherwood Forest

Unearthing Mansfield’s secret past in Sherwood Forest

Sherwood Forest History

Click on the image below to see the project blog:

Robin Hood Town Tours
Info 4 Groups Talks and Tours Experience Days Heritage Bus Tours Field Schools Sherwood Forest Notts 1000 Shop

   

Award Winners 2016

for "Engaging people in the heritage, history & archaeology of Sherwood Forest".

Official Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project T-Shirt for just £9.99 +p&p

Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project T-Shirt Sherwood Forest Archaeoogy Project Mug

Official Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project Coffee Mug for just £8.50 +p&p


World-wide Robin Hood Society

Robin Hood Society Feather in Your Cap Award 2016

The Saxons of Sherwood Forest

Lyndhurst Wood- the 'chief wood of Sherwood'

St. Mary's Church, Nottingham- and Robin Hood and the Monk

the Major Oak: Icon of Medieval Sherwood Forest

St Nicholas' Church, Nottingham. Medieval Church and Sniper's Hideout...


 Project page links:

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 Project Home page

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 About the Project

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 Funding the Project

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 Project Partner Organisations

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 Project Sponsors

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 Robin Hood Challenges

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 Fieldwork

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 Research

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 Finds Processing

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 Bus Tours - Outreach

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 King John’s Palace

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 Robin Hood’s Village

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 Thynghowe

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 Battle of Hatfield

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 St Edwin’s Chapel

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 Clipstone Village Dig

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 Medieval Sherwood Map

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 Media

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 Links page

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 About Sherwood Forest

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 Forest Law

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 Why Sherwood Forest?

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 Boundaries of Sherwood

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 Landscape of Sherwood

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 Outlaws & Villains

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 Stories from the Forest

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 Bibliography

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The Oldest Map of Medieval Sherwood Forest

The Sherwood Forest Book

The King’s Wade

Medieval Nottingham

There’s Vikings in the Heather

The Outlaw Roger Godberg

Nottingham Castle

The Anachronistic Friar Tuck

Voices from Medieval Sherwood Forest