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Need to go walk

It is pretty cold out there this morning, but I need to get out and walk the trail again. Too many days sitting around.

Last Tuesday I did walk a new section. 206 more words

Life On The Mountain Top

Crowdfunding an Oral History Project

The archaeology of London is fascinating, and the story of archaeological work in London is also pretty interesting. The story of Roman and Medieval London emerged as a patchwork from beneath the cellars of bombed buildings in the years after 1945, and continues to be told on building sites, developments and the Thames foreshore.   163 more words


The Roman Wall

Not, interestingly, Hadrian’s Wall, because, when the two books I’m blogging about today were written, it was not certain which emperor was responsible for the sea-to-sea landmark. 971 more words


Oxford Archaeological Guide: Scotland

Scotland has a wealth of archaeological sites to explore and Anna and Graham Ritchie offered their selection in their Scotland (1998), one of the Oxford Archaeological Guides. 163 more words

Heritage Sites

Please help save Mount Latmos



The Beşparmak Dağları, known as “Latmos” in antiquity, is one of the most fascinating and archaeologically richest regions in western Turkey. As early as prehistoric times the Latmos was already revered as a sacred mountain in Anatolia. 230 more words