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Gold rush at Folkestone Triennial

As part of the Triennial arts festival in and around Folkestone, it seems an artist (Michael Sailstorfer) has buried a lot of pieces of gold, on a small part of the beach. 38 more words

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Three To Find At A Garage Sale (2014)

1. Clothing.
2. Furniture.
3. A true gem.
Sometimes that dig-
Turns out huge, turns out BIG.


August training weekend at All Saints, North Street.

Getting away from work and family commitments for a week’s digging can prove very tricky for a lot of people. Thankfully, our training weekends are proving to be an increasingly popular alternative for archaeology enthusiasts with busy lives. 1,203 more words


After two weeks of laziness we spent a few hours at the allotment yesterday. As we’re not growing much on the plot just now, our main task is to dig our beds ready for next year. 141 more words

Residents claim Dogs Dig Up & Eat Corpses of Ebola Victims in Liberia


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“Residents of Johnsonville Township, outside Monrovia in Liberia are claiming that dogs are digging up the corpses of Ebola victims buried in shallow graves in Liberia and eating them in the streets. 79 more words

Archaeology Live! Summer 2014. Week 9.



One of the great pleasures of being part of Archaeology Live! is meeting people from all walks of life, from all over the world. Over the last fourteen years, our Archaeology Live! 1,841 more words


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