Day of Archaeology – Eclectic backroom activities!

Normally, I have set days for the different jobs and volunteering activities I am involved with, but on

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A day with Macedonian archaeology – Demir Kapija

The development of the settlements and fortresses on the entrance of the Demir Kapija gorge The geography of

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A day with Macedonian Archaeology – Arheološki Informator

  “Arheološki Informator” – archaeological report journal – “Arheološki informator” is a report journal for the field of

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From Diego Barotono

THE THREE PYRAMIDS OF EL GIZA WERE BUILT FROM ‘HIGH’ Read here Related posts: No related posts.

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Beachfront archaeology in the Las Vegas of the North

This year’s Festival of Archaeology saw me in the Las Vegas of the North recceing several features to the north of Blackpool. The intertidal zone, where CITiZAN carries out much of its training is a dynamic environment that can change rapidly, sometimes overnight.  As a result a large portion of the training archaeologists’ job for

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A Day with Macedonian Archaeology – Arheo Park Brazda (VIDEO)

A drone video from Arheo Park Brazda (https://www.facebook.com/ArheoParkBrazda) made for the celebration of Day of Archaeology 2017.   Radomir Ivanovic – Institute for Archaeological Research Related posts: A day with Macedonian Archaeology “Arheo Park Brazda” A Day with Macedonian Archaeology – “Arheo Park Brazda” (VIDEO) A day with Macedonian archaeology 2013 A Day with Macedonian

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LES RUPESTRES 2.0: Une vision artistique de l’archéologie

By Catherine Vasseur Je suis photographe amateur et passionnée d’histoire. Par ces photos, j’ai voulu créer un pont

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La comunicación como herramienta para concienciar sobre la necesidad de preservar el patrimonio arqueológico

  En la Asociación Costa dos Castros desarrollamos distintas actividades orientadas hacia el conocimiento, la puesta en valor

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Zooarchaeology class at the Universidad Externado de Colombia

Related posts: Clases de lítica en la Universidad de Externado (Bogotá, Colombia) Cows’ Ankles and Urchin Spines: A

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Poo from the Past: A Week of Archaeology Themed Fun at the Oak House Museum

By Rebecca Butler Visitor Service Officer, Oak House, Sandwell Museum Service To fit in with this years ‘Day of Archaeology’ staff at Oak House Museum in West Bromwich, decided to put on a week of activities all with an archaeology theme. We set up an excavation next to our shipwreck playground. Children were given the opportunity

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PhD(on’t you forget about me): Building a Thesis around the Lunatic Asylum and its Subaltern Lives

My name is Linnea Kuglitsch. My day opens documentary research at an enviable nine o’clock in the morning.

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Putting the Experimental Into Archaeology!

We are archaeology students from Cardiff University undertaking a month’s fieldwork placement at Butser Ancient Farm. The farm,

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Diversity in Archaeological Work: One Archaeologist’s Journey

The mission of the Day of Archaeology project has been to show the diversity of work done by archaeologists around the world as a group, and what a success it has been! In this post, I want to demonstrate that a single archaeologist can have diversity in work throughout their career too, and to emphasise

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Summer Break!

Hello Archaeology people! It’s Teddie’s owner here – the Humanities lecturer and Egyptologist-to-be – from Malaysia 🙂 So I’m on summer break – it’s odd to call it a ‘summer’ break when Malaysia only has rain and sun all year long. Nevertheless, one would assume I would be enjoying my days off like this…. But

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