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Statue of Demeter Found/Recovered

Brief item from Greek Reporter:

A statue, believed to be the ancient Greek goddess Demeter, has been unearthed at an illegal excavation in Simav, western Turkey.

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Archaeology

Stuff in the loft

We’ve been having a good old clear out of our loft, and though we haven’t found any cash in the attic, or, indeed, anything of massive value, I was excited to find quite a lot of things I’d forgotten I had. 448 more words

Archaeology

Archaeologies of Cremation: Death and Fire in Europe’s Past

Archaeologies of Cremation

In an earlier blog postings here and here, I discussed a session I co-organised at the 2012 European Association for Archaeologists conference in Helsinki, Finland with… 391 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Man-flu

Sorry for the slight break in communications. I’ve been on holiday and then, as always seems to happen to me when I have time off, I have been a bit ill over the Bank Holiday. 184 more words

Archaeology

The Unexplored Heart -- My second historical romance/adventure novel

 

The Unexplored Heart — The official blurb:

 Impoverished but proud Vanessa Danforth is forced from he mother’s home by her new stepfather’s treachery in 1860s England. 605 more words

Happy Easter (Island)

Okay, it’s a pretty tenuous link between the holiday many of you are probably celebrating and Easter Island. But is was a good excuse for me to learn a little bit more about a place that I’ve always found fascinating. 273 more words

Anthropology

Datchworth Church

Something a little different this time. The CAGG team were asked a favour by the Parochial Church Council at Datchworth.  Basically, they are running out of space in the graveyard.   400 more words