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Straight down the line? A queer consideration of hunter-gatherer studies in Northwest Europe

Cobb, H., 2005. Straight down the line? A queer consideration of hunter-gatherer studies in north-west Europe. World Archaeology, 37(4), pp.630-636.

I came across this article while organizing all of the articles that I have collected on my computer over the years. 428 more words

Interpreting Scholarly Articles

What did you find today?

I haven’t been on many archaeology digs but I suppose it’s to be expected when you tell someone what you’re doing they invariably ask- What did you find? 750 more words

Scotland

Kiplin Hall 2014 | Lithics Chapter and Bibliography

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There are noises that suggest the delayed Charting Chipeling monograph about the archaeology of the Kiplin Estate in North Yorkshire may be heading towards print presses soon. 82 more words

British Archaeology

New open-access book: Soapstone in the North. Quarries, Products and People. 7000 BC – AD 1700

Together with lead editor, professor Gitte Hansen at the University of Bergen, I have co-edited a brand new book: On the archaeology, geoarchaeology and craft of quarrying and use of soapstone in the North Atlantic region. 885 more words

Archaeology

Lithic Studies Society Conference 19-Nov-2017 | New Research from Old Assemblages

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The Lithic Studies Society is holding a day conference in Oxford on Sunday 19 November. The theme is a hot topic with a great line-up of speakers who will present their experiences of gleaning valuable new insights from legacy lithics collections. 13 more words

British Archaeology

Foot of Avebury Down Dig - Day 11

It was business as usual today… plus doughnuts were brought to site and there was no rain!

Excavation continued on two of the bigger features – one in Trench 1 and the other in Trench 2. 275 more words

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ICE AND FIRE | A Very Special Place – 2017 Archaeology Project Video

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The 2017 rescue archaeology excavations on the Eston Hills, Teesside, have now been completed and post-excavation work on the finds, records and digital plans is about to commence. 87 more words

British Archaeology