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karimama, 2 march

Today’s restitution meeting was at Birni Lafia and concerned specifically the archaeological work we’ve done over four field seasons, totalling some 20-22 weeks, at the large abandoned settlement mound at the periphery of the village. 124 more words


The Gilded Road/El Camino Dorado

Latest addition to Now at the Met, chronicling my journey through Central and South America. Amazing museum and site visits, as seen through my tweets at the time!


The Aire Valley in the Middle Ages

On Wednesday 11th of March I shall be talking to the Keighley and District Local History Society about the Aire Valley in the Middle Ages. The talk focuses on the preindustrial landscape of the area between Keighley and Shipley and is fully illustrated by PowerPoint. 21 more words


Of arrowheads and elf arrows.

On reading a link I posted to MSFMagic’s blog post on miniature coffins this week, the wonderful Willow C Winsham commented that they reminded her of the ‘clay images shot by elf arrows in the Katherine Ross case’. 747 more words


Year 12 Archaeology Study Day at St John's College

On 23rd March 2015, St John’s College in Cambridge is offering Year 12 students the opportunity to learn about the study of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge through a diverse and stimulating range of sample lectures and seminars with current students and academics. 356 more words

Means and Groundstone

We are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Bernard K. Means as a research affiliate of the Center for Regional Heritage Research. Means has a B.A. 369 more words


First day on the new job

So I’m not allowed to make comments about my job from here on out. BUT I can pass on the official updates of the project… this is going to be an intense and exciting time! 83 more words