Tags » Archaeology

An un-named tree worthy of a name

The Beast‘ would probably suffice for this tree (if I recall, it was a Fagus sylvatica), given it is frankly rather massive. Perhaps an old pollard that fluted so much it split into different sections, an old main stem that sent up sprouts that remained after the original stem rotted away, or even massive coppice stool with pollarded stems, it’s certainly on the healthier side of large! 103 more words


Amara West 2016: conservation challenges

Maickel van Bellegem, conservator, British Museum

Having left London on 23 January – with a brief stop at Kawa to assess future conservation requirements – I am now in the full swing of the work here at Amara West. 323 more words


TillVAS Village Atlas Project

On Saturday, February 20th 10am – 12 noon at Branxton Village Hall, there will be an opportunity to see the maps, photographs, and documents at the Branxton Road Show of the Till Valley Archaeological Society (TillVAS) Village Atlas Project which project members have collected. 66 more words

E Newsletter

Starting My Experiments - Swording Things Out

This week I had the absolute pleasure of working with the excellent bronzesmith, Neil Burridge, down in Cornwall and finally embarking on some of my experimental work. 893 more words


Đối thoại với nền văn minh cổ Champa

Tác giả: Lê Đình Phụng;

Nxb: Khoa học xã hội; Khổ sách: 16cmx24cm; Số lượng: 302 tr.; Năm: 2015.

Văn hóa Champa là một nền văn hóa lớn, độc đáo, mang bản sắc riêng, có nhiều đóng góp quan trọng vào văn hóa dân tộc trong lịch sử và tỏa sáng đến ngày nay. 385 more words

Khảo Cổ Học Champa/ Archaeology Of Champa