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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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.  

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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

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Public Archaeology and Cultural Resource Conservation in Colorado Springs

I wrote this blog to work towards a common goal all of us archaeologically-minded folk have- to help

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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. This timing is a far throw from my days in cultural resource management, where six-thirty meant sleeping in. This morning in Manchester, UK, there’s no sun in the sky and that makes it trickier than ever to

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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

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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

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