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Dr Wendy Morrison
Project Manager, Beacons of the Past; Chilterns Conservation Board; Hon. Sec. HIllfort Study Group. All views are my own. All hillforts are not...sadly.
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Dr Wendy Morrison 15h
AT LAST! Delighted to have met some of the crew today! Looking forward to having a CCB/MapAction dog walk, and if the sun ever shines again, maybe a picnic lunch (we have a bench!)
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Dr Wendy Morrison 18h
Replying to @DarbyDelightful
2013! How time has flown - I am so honoured to have been part of the beginning of your amazing adventure ๐Ÿ˜€
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Dr Wendy Morrison 18h
Replying to @tobyfmartin
โ˜บ๏ธTa! *blush*
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Dr Wendy Morrison 18h
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Dr Wendy Morrison 20h
Nice work, Ray
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Dr Wendy Morrison 24h
Replying to @drdonoghue
๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜€good ๐Ÿ˜†
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 17
Replying to @drdonoghue
Hehehe just awkwardly pretend you are not that happy to see them/barely acknowledge them. Like last time I ran I to you in Ox ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜†
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 17
heh heh, no. But I see it could be taken that way and certainly a lot of monuments ARE incorrectly classed as hillforts. But the line in my profile just means that whilst all the opinions I post are my own, all the hillforts in the world do not belong to me. Sadly :-)
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 17
Check out this amazing work - -with an element of extreme archaeology! Exciting stuff,
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 16
Stunning views of the Ridgeway - you can just make out the White Horse.
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 16
Hey, looks like English rural life was a hoot in the 13th century!
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 15
An exhibition that has depressingly reminded me how good we are as a species at dehumanising. I was literally moved to tears at what these refugees have had to deal with, and how little help is coming for them in future. One war away from it being any of us.
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 15
an articulate prรฉcis of the project from
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 15
Looking good Dr Mallet!!
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 15
Having a gander at the amazing work my very good friend has been doing at
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 15
This is exceedingly disappointing. There is no acceptable quantity of oil. Well done reporting, but EA are going to have to up their game if we are going to succeed in protecting our water systems.
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 14
Replying to @photo_revap
You're a real trooper for slogging through the wet grass!!!
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 13
Done! I added the ones we saw in Chinnor! But I could not add the bunch I saw on Sark last week ๐Ÿ˜‰
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 13
And of course, the worst - "Archaeologists have *stumbled upon*..." As if months if not years of research or at least some advance survey did not occur. I once was written about in The Hindu Times as 'stumbling across' Dorchester Roman small town
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Dr Wendy Morrison Jun 13
Replying to @AntiquityJ @IFLScience
I sometimes worry about the way popular journalism uses adjectives for our discipline. The archaeologists I know are often intrigued, uncertain, challenged, sometimes even surprised, but not mystified, baffled, or stumped.
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