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Vous êtes-vous jamais demandé ce que font vraiment les archéologues ? Ils se contentent de creuser ou ils font autre chose ? La « Journée de l’archéologie » est un projet qui vise à ouvrir une fenêtre sur les vies quotidiennes des archéologues du monde entier. Dans le cadre de ce projet, nous demandons aux [...]
عزيزي الأثري: هل تمنيت أن تعرف ظروف عمل الأثريين المختلفين بالعالم كله؟ عزيزي غير الأثري: هل تمنيت أن تعرف ما يستحوذ عليه الأثري بالفعل؟ هل الحفر هو كل شىء أم أن هناك أشياء أخرى أهم وأكثر ؟ إن مبادرة Day of Archaeology أو ((يوم الآثار)) تهدف إلى فتح نافذة على الحياة اليومية للأثريين من كل [...]
Vi siete mai chiesti cosa fanno davvero gli altri archeologi? Il progetto “Day of Archaeology” mira ad aprire una finestra sulla vita quotidiana degli archeologi di tutto il mondo. Chiediamo agli archeologi che lavorano, studiano o prestano volontariamente il loro contributo in qualunque parte del mondo di partecipare con noi al “Day of Archaeology” ogni [...]
Call for participants for 2013: Have you ever wondered what other archaeologists really get up to? The Day of Archaeology project aims to provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. The project asks archaeologists working, studying or volunteering in the anywhere in the world to participate with us [...]
Our project coinciding with the Day of Archaeology 2012 was to build up an “excavation” for children to dig at the Cheshire Children’s Museum in Keene, NH, USA. The excavation activity will be in the Egypt themed area. At first I fretted over how we could possibly replicate an Egyptian excavation within our 2 m [...]
I saw the poster for the Day of Archaeology (DoA) in our lift and thought I’d join in, looking at the importance of archives to the documentation and re-interpretation of older excavations. I planned to focus on archives related to the first century of excavations by a fairly eccentric cast of characters from the British [...]
The day turned out to be very exciting as, at last, we have entered the 21st century with satellite broadband. This morning, 3 minutes per Mb, yes you read that right. Now, unimaginable speeds. Why does that matter so much? Time was, as a contracting archaeological surveyor I would have to go down to Edinburgh, [...]
My day started at 5.30am to prepare for the long drive to the site, the little inn where we have been lodged offers a large full English breakfast, which would really keep you going for most of the day, unfortunately though we are leaving too early so no breakfast, just a cup of questionable coffee ( [...]
Who knew that the meeting Kary and I would have with the folks at the Capitol City Museum in downtown Frankfort, Kentucky on Day of Archaeology 2012 would be such a pregnant one! and actually, as our picture shows, Kary IS pregnant… Our meeting was about planning an education project for school students to [...]
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