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The Roman Baths, Bath

The Roman Bath have long been on my list of ‘things I have to go and see’ – it’s a formidable list. But I’ve been staring longingly at glossy magazine style images of the green-turquoise waters for too long so I took the plunge (no I didn’t fall in). 591 more words


The Exhibition Space

Hello again,

Before I start talking exhibition, I need to announce that Antia, one of our colleagues has had to withdraw. I would like to thank Antia for the insights and excellent research she has provided, and I hope she visits us when we go live! 383 more words

Ancient 'Unicorn' Rhino

A prehistoric “fuzzy rhinoceros” sometimes credited as a potential source of the unicorn myth, may have lived at the same time as humans, new research has suggested. 363 more words


Kiln Carnage at Purysburg

Rita Elliott and Daniel Elliott are giving a presentation on the Puryburg 18th Century Redware Pottery Production Site discovery at the Decorative Arts Trust Symposium in Savannah this April. 8 more words

Cave Art: Bison-Man in the Milky Way Theory

Here’s my theory:

(Date: about 13,000 BC)

There’s an image in the Cave of Les Trois Frères in France that looks like a little Bison-Man playing a musical instrument. 91 more words


Lucus Feroniae: a new survey of the archaic sanctuary and Roman colony

This spring has seen the completion of a large scale geophysical survey of the site of Lucus Feroniae, 30km to the north of Rome. Working together with the Sopintendenza Archeologia Belle Arti e Paesaggio per l’area metropolitana di Roma, la provincia di Viterbo e l’Etruria meridionale (with special thanks to Dott.ssa Alfonsina Russo and Dott. 190 more words


CREWS at the Cambridge Science Festival 2017!

It’s been a busy week for the CREWS Project. We’ve just held our first conference – Understanding Relations Between Scripts II: Early Alphabets – which we’ll be writing more about soon, but before that, last weekend we took part in the… 353 more words