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Swanborough Tump

The published and forthcoming publications of the Landscapes of Governance project at UCL will shed new light on the place-name, topopgraphical, archaeological and historical evidence for assembly practices and places in Anglo-Saxon England. 734 more words

Early Medieval Archaeology

Assembling Things at Things - Assemblies as Assemblages

Following on from my last post on assembly places and practices, how do we theorise the roles of material culture associated with assembly places, when material traces are often so ephemeral and ambiguous pertaining to the multiple dimensions of temporary and seasonal activities? 1,683 more words

Early Medieval Archaeology

Back in Action

It’s been a while since the last time I sat down to write a blog, probably too long, but it’s finally time for some discipline as the new year begins. 929 more words


Southwest Ohio - May 2015 - More Mounds in finding Utopia

The second Saturday in May found us southbound for a long day of finding unique places to see. Our first stop was in Chillicothe, at of all places, the VA Hospital. 1,309 more words


Newark, Ohio - May 2015 - Native Mounds and Quarries

For Saturday May 2nd, we headed east of Columbus. Our first stop was in Westerville at Inniswood Metro Gardens. The garden contains more than 2,000 plant species, including collections of conifers, daffodils, daylillies, hostas and theme gardens. 603 more words


Google Earth Tour of Toltec Mounds

Hello all! I’m terribly sorry, but both Google Earth and WordPress didn’t want to cooperate. So, to compensate, I’ll be writing a description/tour of the site with pictures for visual aides. 581 more words