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Lost Frontiers
ERC Advanced Grant project investigating Doggerland using sedimentary DNA, environmental archaeology, seismic mapping and computer simulation.
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Secrets Of The Ice Sep 13
One of our favorite finds: a toy arrow from c. AD 600 ❤️ The child who lost it in the snow probably thought the arrow was gone forever, but the ice preserved it for 1400 years ❤️
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Gustav Milne Sep 13
Watch us all tonight for series 3 of it’s the edition!
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Ben Jennings Sep 12
Back on dry land and heading back to Blighty
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Simon Fitch Sep 12
The Lost Frontiers team is presenting at today - come see us at today at 3pm!
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DPManchee Sep 12
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Lost Frontiers Sep 12
More from the Brown Bank with Tine, Ben and Rosie
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Lost Frontiers Sep 11
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Ben Jennings Sep 9
Bigger than a squirrel, smaller than a sheep? Any ideas
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Ben Jennings Sep 10
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Ben Jennings Sep 5
Okay, maybe it is a little rough out there
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Brown Bank 2018 Sep 4
We're heading back 👍 - we all have our fingers crossed that the weather for improves for and 🤞
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Ben Jennings Sep 8
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Richard Bates Sep 5
Coring on targets in , with Bully. SDI vibrocorer giving late glacial sequence.
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Elspeth Latimer Sep 4
. on writing with non-human agencies in , exploring how, in a work of fiction, place can creatively disrupt the desires of the human characters. Really enjoyed this paper & all the extracts from Doggerland – excited to read the novel!
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CHERISH Project Sep 4
We’re in Blackpool for the . There’s a great programme over the next 3 days, including a presentation from the CHERISH Project.
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John Hawks Aug 31
“You think you’re just looking at a Neanderthal,” Siepel said, “but you’re actually looking at a mixture of Neanderthal and modern human.”
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Tom Higham Aug 29
First people in the Americas came by sea, ancient tools unearthed by Idaho river suggest. Our paper led by Loren Davis has just been published in Science.
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Lost Frontiers Aug 29
Stone Age hunter-gather camp found at Berriedale Braes
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Garry Momber Aug 26
The significance of Cliff as an important part of that is found in the is not lost on the BBC as inform a wide audience on
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North Sea to Celtic Edge Aug 15
Fascinated by the and ? Join organizers Sytze van Heteren, Tine Missiaen, Marc De Batist, Vince Gaffney and Gert-Jan Reichart at .
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