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Who Wrote the First Story?

The Tale of Two Brothers maybe the oldest fiction story ever written. It’s from ancient Egypt. The story involves two brothers. The youngest one was accused of doing wrong by the other brother’s wife. 103 more words

Photos: Archaeologists dig up Hampton's history

An axe head, scissors, a buckle and a copper alloy spoon were a few of the more impressive finds showcased during the Grand Contraband Camp excavation open house. 8 more words

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Inside the Mind of... Niall Sharples

It’s been a while, but Sue Brooke has once again managed to get a response from one of the prinicpals on the Caerau dig. In a departure from our usual email response format, Sue actually managed to sit down with Niall Sharples for a chat at Caerau. 1,708 more words

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Festival of Archaeology 2014

Every year the Council for British Archaeology encourages people, young and old alike who love history, to explore their local area and get hands-on experience through a series of events held across the country. 34 more words


Day of Archaeology

Today is the Day of Archaeology when those involved in archaeology take to the Day of Archaeology website to explain their day as it goes along.  29 more words


UNESCO volunteers working on Chan Chan conservation

The volunteers will help archaeologists and workers to restore and clean the walls, making bricks respecting the ancestral procedure.

A total of 13 national and international volunteers from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural organization are carrying out conservation and restorations works at the archaeological zone of Chan Chan, in Peru’s northern region of La Libertad. 300 more words


Jobs in British Archaeology 2013-14

It is that time of the year again, I have done the calculations for wages in British Archaeology based on job adverts. This is an article I will be submitting to… 1,547 more words