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Hang Duong Cemetery

As I walked the tree-lined entrance to Hang Doung Cemetery, a heaviness pressed down on me. The site was lovingly maintained and the silence broken only by birds chirping, a rooster’s crow, an occasional dog barking or the wind through the trees. 104 more words


Time to Put the Study in 'Study Abroad'

It’s Sunday and Orientation week is over. The last few days of orientation went really well and in a way, I am a little bit sad that it is over. 726 more words

Those le Despensers

We all know that the principal protagonists of Edward II’s reign – the King himself and Roger Mortimer, later Earl of March – were among Richard III’s ancestors. 80 more words

The Irish Fieldschool of Prehistoric Archaeology: 2016 Excavations




During the 2016 summer season, the IFPA will be excavating two prehistoric wedge tombs, built over 4000 years ago by a Chalcolithic/Early Bronze Age society, in the west of Ireland. 73 more words