I went to London for a few days. It was fascinating and fun but I did have a panic attack on the tube which was at first frightening and then mortifying – however, all in all it was an interesting few days! 12 more words
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Ivory Vikings: The Mystery of the Most Famous Chessmen in the World and the Woman Who Made Them--Nancy Marie Brown
Nancy Marie Brown is not a historian or an archaeologist, but she holds a Master’s Degree in Comparative Literature from Penn and has authored several books on Norse topics… 689 more words
This week I’d like to discuss a topic within archaeological studies that has always been a conundrum to me, as an artist and an archaeologist. I’ve identified as an artist as long as I can remember, with the title of ‘archaeologist’ only being attached to me in the last 6 years. 570 more words
What is an online exhibition?
A loose definition of an online exhibition would be: a collection of objects presented using an online platform. If you were to type “online exhibitions” into Google here is a selection of what you might be looking at when you click on the site… 683 more words