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Punk Archaeology: The Book

I’m impatient. So, I decided to push the button and publish Punk Archaeology today. This is the first book published by The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota. 384 more words


Volunteering at King's Museum

In this weeks blog King’s Museum volunteer, and University of Aberdeen student, Hanane tells us more about her experience as a volunteer gallery assistant. 

King’s Museum… 433 more words

Racing to the stones: a run along England’s oldest footpath

Jogging 100km along the 5,000-year-old Ridgeway takes runners on a journey through England’s stunning countryside and back to its pagan heart.


Comics in the Field - iv: Other audiences

One unexpected consequence of my daily comics this past summer was the realisation that our work out there sometimes involves “public” audiences somewhat different with those we usually associate with outreach and education. 387 more words


UR Sumer 2300 BC

UR, Sumer  2300 BC – Animation

UR, 2300 BC – Animation by Kais Jacob


Largest Romano-British coin hoard found in East Devon


22,000 copper-alloy coins dating from 260ce-340ce found in Devon, England


The Trustees of the British Museum


Ben Miller, writing for Culture24, reports that - 183 more words


Uruk (Erech) in the Pergamum Museum

The Pergamon Museum’s Ancient Near Eastern Department (Vorderasiatisches Museum) has a collection of artifacts from Uruk, now know as modern Warka in Iraq. German excavators began work at Uruk in November 1912. 485 more words

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