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Triskele Heritage is an archaeological consultancy and lecturing business located in Nottingham (UK). The company was founded by award winning archaeologist Dr James Wright FSA, who works alongside associates to provide high quality fieldwork, research, reporting and dissemination.

We offer the following services to a wide-ranging number of clients:

- Historical Building survey: Triskele Heritage are now offering one day building surveys for the owners of historic buildings. This service is carried out by award-winning buildings archaeologist James Wright – who has over 20 years of professional experience in the field. It includes a full day on site to assess the physical structure, take high quality photographs and analyse the form, function, materials and phasing of the building. The day then concludes with a tour of the building to outline the archaeological findings, point out interesting features and offer comment on the date and phasing of the property. Our one day surveys are a quick and relatively inexpensive option which can enable landowners to find out more about the history and archaeology of their properties.

- Archaeology. Lincoln Cathedral Triskele Heritage are capable of producing a wide range of archaeological services including those relating to built heritage, field archaeology and heritage assessments. Please click on the relevant links below to see a details of our expertise, products and clients.

- Lectures & Courses: Dr James Wright of Triskele Heritage is an award winning buildings archaeologist. He has two decades professional experience of ferreting around in people’s cellars, hunting through their attics and digging up their gardens. He hopes to find meaningful truths about how ordinary and extraordinary folk lived their lives in the past

- Publications: James Wright of Triskele Heritage has published well-received, books on the archaeology and architecture of mediaeval buildings. He has also written articles on mediaeval and early modern architecture for a number of academic journals, specialist periodicals, popular magazines and blogs.

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