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

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#DayofArch at Historic Hanna’s Town

This year I spent the Day of Archaeology working in at Historic Hanna’s Town, a 18th Century town






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Folders of secrets: the SITAR Project.

We work at the SITAR, the innovative project of the Archaeological Superintendndence of Rome (today called Soprintendenza Speciale






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A day of archaeological finds

Having followed Day of Archaeology since it started I thought it finally time I participated and shared some






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Archaeology and Infrastructure: My life on the front lines of CRM

On our lovely Day of Archaeology for 2015, I was, surprisingly, actually doing archaeology. As an archaeological field






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Pram-CV: Looking for the early medieval peasants in northwestern Serra de São Mamede (Castelo de Vide, Portugal).

Pram-CV is a research project in archaeology which aims to study the early medieval peasant communities that lived in the territory of Castelo de Vide, a Portuguese village in the northern Alentejo region. The Pram-CV is hosted by the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM, FCSH/NOVA) and supported by the Câmara Municipal of Castelo de Vide.






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#Iarchaeologybecause: The Importance of Archaeology at Palaikastro, Crete

Now in its fourth year of study and third of excavation, the Palace and Landscape at Palaikastro (PALAP) Project works each summer to shed new light on the ancient world of the Minoans, as well as the Bronze Age Aegean at large. The modern town of Palaikastro is a small but vibrant community on the






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Microscopes and… Posthumanist Archaeology? (Or That Year I Spent the Summer in the Lab)

This year’s Archaeology Day found me in a cold, air conditioned lab working on my PhD pilot project.






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Rain, Pits and Taphonomy

My usual habitat is the sieve room at Archaeology South East’s Braintree office; however, for the last five






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