A GROUP of archaeologists who carried out a headline-making excavation at Cardiff Castle blew the whistle on under-staffing, poor procedures and lax supervision, it has emerged.
Their work grabbed the spotlight after uncovering evidence the Welsh capital may be thousands of years older than initially thought.
But several workers who took part later alleged it was riven by dissatisfaction at perceived poor standards and pressure to work overtime with poorly trained, inexperienced staff.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Fight! Fight! Archaeologists in dig over standards