The Vindolanda project has been one of our first clients. We have produced about 60 thin sections on that site so far and we are very happy to see that our work have been used to produce exciting research and led to great discoveries in the technological knowledge and skills of the Roman inhabitants of Vindolanda. The first phase of the project has been recently published in an open access article. The importance of the site is also promoted on social media as the archaeological site is under the threat of climate change.
And just for the pleasure of the eyes, some pictures of the thin sections we made for Vindolanda. You can also read our previous posts on the project.