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Articulating burial process: Primary and secondary burials in the British and Middle Eastern Neolithic

Something which has often come up as a subject of discussion in prehistoric British archaeology is that of excarnation and secondary burial.  What are these you ask? 413 more words

Archaeology

Object of the month: Recently discovered gold and garnet Anglo-Saxon pendant

 

A stunning Anglo-Saxon pendant still half buried in Norfolk mud

 

Trevor Heaton, writing for EDP24, reports on the stunning gold and garnet Anglo-Saxon pendant which has recently been uncovered in a Norfolk field - 210 more words

Archaeology

What do our things say about us?

I was at the pub last night, catching up with an old colleague and some of his friends who also happen to live in London (it seems a lot of archaeologists have migrated this way lately). 587 more words

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The Maiji Grottoes

The main attraction to visit when you are in Tianshui are the Maiji Grottoes. The Maiji Grottoes are a group of carvings of Buddhist motifs sculpted on a hill called Maiji Mountain (麦积山). 687 more words

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Preserving and recreating history

Today we had a mix of hands-on learning in the morning and touring in the afternoon, all of which was led and attended by members of the Ise city tourism association. 800 more words

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Snorkelling Loch Kinord 26th and 28th February

I have had a chance to get a couple of days of snorkelling in at Loch Kinord. There is more diving fieldwork to come over the next week, but I thought I would share a few photos that have come up. 73 more words

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