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Our CBA North alphabet of archaeology continues: K to M

CBA North News
Our alphabet of archaeology is back covering letters K to M – with a series of M’s we have to hand. Again we cover as much of the CBA North region we can for news of interest to all Members and Followers. 1,124 more words

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Mesolithic Infamy? | Interview with These Bones of Mine

Guest Interview: Turbulence Ahead? Introducing Archaeologist and Agitator Spencer Carter

◊ Dear Microburins,

It’s been a huge pleasure to be interviewed by David Mennear – over the last few months due to some medical challenges we have both faced, and survived.

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British Archaeology

[VIDEO] Jebel Irhoud Fossil Find Shows Homo Sapiens is 100,000 Years Older than Previously Thought

David Szondy reports: If you’re drawing your genealogical chart, be prepared to buy a lot more paper because the human race is much older than we thought. 473 more words


Scotland’s earliest people, their landscape and houses | Alan Saville Memorial Conference 17-Jun-2017

◊ Dear Microburins,

There are still places available for this conference in Edinburgh, Saturday 17 June 2017, free entry. Hope to see you there!

Spence | FSA Scot

British Archaeology

Dying Matters Awareness Week: Talking about Cremation

As part of Dying Matters Awareness Week, on Thursday 11th May Dr Amy Gray Jones and myself delivered an evening talk at a unique venue: … 719 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

ICE AND FIRE | Taskforce meeting at Cleveland Police HQ | School visits scheduled

◊ Dear Microburins

Momentum continues across local government, emergency services and community groups to coordinate sustainable solutions to problems on Eston Hills – devasting fires, burned out vehicles and illegal off-roaders. 206 more words

British Archaeology

Timeline of human prehistory

This timeline of human prehistory comprises the time from the first appearance of Homo sapiens in Africa 200,000 years ago to the invention of writing and the beginning of history approximately 5,500 years ago. 1,617 more words