Friends, Romans, Country children

Friends, Romans, country children… Herefordshire Museum Service is home to considerable archaeological material gathered in the county since






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An archaeologist’s holiday

When you go on holiday as an archaeologist, you end up finding and visiting the archaeology around your holiday






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3D Scanning and Photogrammetry of 17th and 18th Century Artifacts for Archaeology Month in Philadelphia, PA

I am a Digital Media graduate student at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Today I am working with 17th and 18th century archaeological artifacts excavated in 2001-2003 from what are now the grounds of the National Constitution Center in Independence National Historical Park (INHP) in Philadelphia. This archaeological site is the richest colonial American site






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7 things you need to know about Forum Pacis dig in Rome

I’m a digital archaeologist. I excavated Pagan and Christian tombs, nympheaums, Consular roads, harbor storehouses, and kilns and much






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Starting Over in Alberta

This year, the Day of Archaeology actually fell upon the first day of a four day weekend. Having moved to Alberta from Wisconsin in late-2014, I’m currently working a 10-day on/four-day off shift as a field tech for a Canadian Cultural Resource Management company. Actually, they constantly remind me that I’m not a field tech,






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The Journey Continues – DayofArch2015

This is my Day of Archaeology 2015 post. Here are my past posts: 2014: More Companies, More Changes






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Pots and stats! Moments in a day of a post-doctoral researcher

This is my first blog post for the ‘Day of Archaeology’. I am going to write about some






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Preparations for Archaeology Month in the City of Brotherly Love Philadelphia, PA

By Ryan Rasing STAR “Students Tackling Advanced Research” Scholars Program Digital Media Department, Antoinette Westphal College of Media … Read More →