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Talking in the Shadow of the Pillar of Eliseg

2 years ago, I attended the opening by Ken Skates of the ‘Sharing the Treasures‘ at Llangollen Museum, which included the finds from my co-directed excavations at the Pillar of Eliseg. 485 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Leskernick Stone Circles and Stone Row Clearance

On the summit of Leskernick Hill looking westward toward Brown Willy and Roughtor

Leskernick Stone Circles and Stone Row Clearance: Press release by Roy Goutté. Images © Roy Goutté. 562 more words


Archaeologists Found The Remains From The Ancient Ruins But What They Discovered Was Tragic!

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More than 2, 000 years ago, there is a natural disaster that occurred in the Roman City of Pompeii that wiped out the entire city from the map. 16 more words

New dig begins at Roman baths site

Archaeologists have begun exploring two locations in Bath which have been hidden from view for more than half a century. (BBC WEBSITE)

The dig, in part of the Roman Baths complex, was partly excavated in the 1960s but then sealed up and left. 186 more words


7 Best Jobs For Those Who Like To Travel.

Teacher: As a profession, teaching is one of the oldest jobs since the history of civilization. Teachers can work almost anywhere around the world, especially English teachers. 410 more words


Archaeology in Anston Stones Part Two

Hot off the press is some more information on when archaeologists from Durham University will be visiting Anston Stones to perform a dig neat Dead Man’s Cave. 342 more words

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Archaeologists to Revisit Anston Stones

Archaeologists are to visit Anston Stones again this year after a successful dig in 2015.

The leader of the team has said they will welcome visits to the site by the general public whilst carrying out the work, more info as we get it! 79 more words

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