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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 Jul 15
Pillboxes in Coed Y Foel, guarding the Garreg-ddu dam against possible sabotage during . Located in the .
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John B Winterburn Jul 15
A company that offers pregnant women and new parents health advice and gifts, faces a fine for illegally sharing more than a million people's personal data with the Labour Party.
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John B Winterburn Jul 15
The 'Fog of War'. Norwegian Trees Still Bear Evidence of a World War II German Battleship
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John B Winterburn Jul 14
Another great photograph by the talented
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John B Winterburn Jul 14
It's'offical' wearing a tie is bad for you.
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John B Winterburn Jul 14
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Dan Hicks Jul 14
___________________________ | | ARCHAEOLOGY ISN'T A SUBFIELD OF HISTORY |__________________________| (\__/) || (•ㅅ•) || /   づ
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John B Winterburn Jul 13
Finds from the Amstel River. From stone axes to cellphones, new project examines Amsterdam's history through 'junk'
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John B Winterburn Jul 13
The extremes of endangered archaeology in Yemen.
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EAMENA Jul 11
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John B Winterburn Jul 11
I have no provenance or context for them. They are part of a collection of many items that belonged to my late father-in-law
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John B Winterburn Jul 10
Thanks....I need to find a home for them and I would consider it to be a 'crime' to send them to landfill.
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John B Winterburn Jul 10
Thanks....I need to find a home for them and its proving to be very difficult. I consider it as a crime to send them to landfill !
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John B Winterburn Jul 10
Please help me find a museum that would like acquire two 19th-century Leclanché Cells ( early form of wet battery) Please RT and share.
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John B Winterburn Jul 10
Archaeology being damaged 'before your very eyes'.
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EAMENA Jul 9
Our paper () opening up satellite imagery access in the Levant is featured in a news report. A change in U.S. policy will be a major benefit to archaeologists & other researchers in the region.
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John B Winterburn Jul 10
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John B Winterburn Jul 10
Congratulations Emma.
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EAMENA Jul 10
Krak des Chevaliers from the ground prior to the civil war
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Bijan Rouhani Jul 8
Yes! Heatwave is cool for archaeologists
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