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Archaeology Unearthed: New light: Gold from Bronze Age Dorset and Beyond by Dr. Neil Wilkin

Gold was amongst the earliest metals worked in Britain and Europe, its appeal has endured for millennia. Gold is a rare metal and it has long been thought to have magical properties associated with the worship of the sun because of its shining surfaces, sun-like colour and slowness to tarnish. 262 more words

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Doors Open Day 2016 at Foresterhill

Saturday 10th September is Doors Open Day 2016 on the Foresterhill Campus. The University of Aberdeen will be opening many of their buildings to the public, so come and learn about the work going on inside – its all free! 246 more words

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Fiona Houston, a PhD candidate of First World War Literature at the University of Aberdeen, reflects on the benefits of the part-time PhD road she didn’t initially intend to travel, but now wouldn’t necessarily trade for a more straightforward path.

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2016 Graduation Address by Dr. Catherine Ng, considering Aberdeen graduate the Hon. Bertha Wilson

On Monday 13 June 2016 the University of Aberdeen LLB “class of 2016” graduated. This is the text of the Graduation Address by Dr. Catherine W. 1,272 more words

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Land reform in Scotland: legal, historical and policy perspectives

This is a signpost blog post, to direct readers of this blog to details of an event on 26 August 2016 at the University of Aberdeen that will take an interdisciplinary look at Scottish land reform. 324 more words

Land Reform

Meeting Ian Rankin

After a suggestion by one of my film crew colleagues (thanks, Andy!) I bought tickets to see an interview with Ian Rankin, writer of the Rebus detective series. 711 more words