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All Eyes on Rousay. Major International Archaeology Projects Commence in Rousay, Orkney

The island of Rousay in Orkney is renowned for the wealth of its archaeology; so much so that it is known as the Egypt of the North. 651 more words

Archaeology

Formulating Footnotes: Week of April 16th

Good day, readers!

I have some exciting news regarding The oral history of Bob Gross (which I have been working on periodically since last October). Well, it’s finally uploaded to YouTube, meaning it is now available to the public for the entire history and archaeology loving community to utilize and enjoy! 617 more words

Doncaster Heritage Festival 2018, and Philippa Langley....

Philippa Langley will be giving a talk at this year’s Doncaster Heritage Festival.

“…Writer and producer Philippa Langley MBE will be delivering this year’s David Hey Memorial Lecture – The Looking for Richard Project. 47 more words

Genealogy

Archaeologist hails ‘extraordinary’ Viking village find in Dublin

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Original article:

Ronan McGreevy Thu, Mar 22, 2018

Irishtimes.com

Note: Not much in the way of food-stuffs mentioned, but there was an oven discovered so with more excavation…hope they find seeds or pottery made for cooking. 468 more words

Google's 3D scans aim to preserve historical sites

Source: BBC News

High resolution 3D scans of more than 25 historical sites from around the world are being released.

CyArk used cutting edge digital archaeology techniques including laser scanning and drones to capture the images which have been released by the Google Arts and Culture project. 18 more words

The Muslim Times