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Barça, Barça, Baaarça!

Ok, this is just a quickie for Roman gaming fans.

During my all-too-brief sojourn in Barcelona, I visited the City Museum (more of which another time). 437 more words


Historic Hominy Foodway: Poster Presented at the Society for American Archaeology, April 2014.

You should never get too attached to the posters you make for conferences–they only see the light of day for about three hours, and then they spend the rest of their lives in the back of your closet. 133 more words


One down, One in progress and One to go

A third of my degree is over. It has gone a lot faster than I would have liked, so much has happened in this last year and I’m really happy with where I am at the moment. 410 more words


Archaeology Podcast Network

My recent crowdfunding campaign has produced some interesting spin-offs, including this trans-Atlantic podcast in which I am interviewed by two colleagues in the United States. It was great fun to do – and I think that comes across quite well. Click and enjoy!


Shameless plug for new British Archaeology!

I’m really proud of the new edition, it’s a classic example of our best and most popular archaeology magazine. It leads with an exclusive feature about British mummies. 160 more words


History in Action

by Amanda Armour Greenhoe (Excerpt from an article in the Fall 2015 edition of Spark)

You’re surfing the internet when you find an article on the Italian Grand Prix, a tale of fast cars at dangerously fast speeds. 662 more words


Research Friday - The Sword From The Bog

As mentioned in a previous post, I have fallen into literature-review shaped hole. (I have read ALL of the things! Synthesising them is interesting and challenging and has turned my brain inside out — but a draft is on the horizon). 119 more words