The full story behind one of the most extraordinarily serendipitous archaeological projects of modern times.
Why Greyfriars was the right place to dig, and why 2012 was the right to time to start digging.
Tracing the site through history, from Franciscan friary to Council car park.
The careful process of excavation, and the problems of urban archaeology. The artefacts, architecture and human remains hidden beneath the tarmac.
Mathew Morris discusses the problems faced by archaeologists searching for medieval remains underneath urban areas.
What the dig told us about the site and the city, even before we analysed the bones.
Based on the archaeology uncovered during the Greyfriars dig, the University commissioned artist Jill Atherton to create these impressions of the church as it was in the late 15th century.