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John B Winterburn
A Landscape and Conflict archaeologist. Research Associate for the EAMENA Project, University of Oxford. All Tweets and comments represent my own views.
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John B Winterburn Nov 28
@diggingforbritain The Spitfire recovery film was more about crash site looting than archaeology. Not up to your usual high standards. Such a pity
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John B Winterburn Nov 22
. I am on delayed SN2050. My next flight is SN 2257. Will I make my connection ?
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John B Winterburn Nov 22
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John B Winterburn Nov 22
sn2257
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John B Winterburn Nov 22
SN2050
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John B Winterburn Oct 26
Just posted a photo @ National Trust - Coughton Court
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John B Winterburn Aug 16
Breakfast in Birmingham, mittagessen in München and aperitivo nelle montagne dell'Appennino. Looking forward to a week of in Italy.
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John B Winterburn Aug 15
Lebanon’s Heritage
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John B Winterburn Aug 14
Ok, I was part of the problem when I visited the but I think I now agree that there is too much tourism in
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John B Winterburn Aug 14
A great commentator and expert on railways
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John B Winterburn Aug 14
Why can't I access my booking online. Are your systems down
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John B Winterburn Aug 3
A day at Edgbaston.
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Kennedy&Bewley team Aug 2
Look out for this new award for archaeological research in UAE, Oman, KSA and Pakistan through the
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John B Winterburn Aug 2
A great way to remember....
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John B Winterburn Aug 2
Industrial Ruins near Blaenau Ffestiniog, Maen Offeren.
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John B Winterburn Aug 2
Historic railway works to be demolished to make way for housing .
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John B Winterburn Jul 24
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Just published on Youtube: five 4x4 drivers boasting about spoiling the
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John B Winterburn Jul 22
Danish archaeologists find 14,000 year-old bread. From the Black Desert of NE Jordan. Bread from before the time man cultivated plants.
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