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Mateusz Fafinski 24h
Homer goes meta in this 13th century illustrated manuscript of Iliad made in Otranto. He writes the first lines of his poem "Sing, goddess, of the anger..." while listening to Calliope, muse of epic poetry, and surrounded by his heroes. Wroclaw, MS Rehd. 26
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Mike Morley 13h
Coverage of our paper just out today in , reporting new finds from Cave, in ⁦⁩ Neanderthals made epic trek from Europe to Siberia 60,000 years ago : Research Highlights
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Cotswold Archaeology 17h
We're inviting applicants for a sponsored PhD in Ceramic Building Material at a British university. We'll consider any proposal within the field. Applicants can be any age and do not need to be studying or working in . More:
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A Celtic war horn (Carnyx) found ritually buried at Tintignac, France. Dated to the 1stC bc this Carnyx takes the shape of a large serpent monster. It was a familiar sound to the legions in the north who would've prepared themselves for the barbarian charge that usually followed.
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Association for Roman Archaeology 17h
A lead pig (ingot), 68kg in weight. A 'date stamp' on top shows it was produced in AD 76, when and Titus were consuls for the 7th and 5th times respectively. A fainter stamp on the side shows it came from NE Wales, in the Deceangli tribal area. British Museum
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CARAA 4h
Archeologists analyze the composition of a Roman-era makeup case.
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Trimontium Trust 3h
An image of when Elginhaugh fort was excavated & a Roman mount found on site. Situated in , , Elginhaugh is the most completely excavated timber-built Roman auxiliary fort dating to the 1st Century AD. The bronze mount is of Minerva, goddess of war.
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Dr Jo Ball Jan 26
It seems like soldiers used every good-luck charm they could think of to see them safely through their military career.
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🅰ntiquity Journal 22h
The Musica of Columbia made beautiful miniature figurines. This example from Fontibón (🇨🇴) was found in a clay jar, where they had likely been placed as part of a ritual offering. From the 🅰 (£)
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Ticia Verveer 22h
Archaeologists have found the remains of an entire iron-wheeled war chariot in a newly discovered Iron Age tomb in central Italy, a new study finds.
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The JORVIK Group 21h
'The Viking' was the first-ever replica of the Gokstad ship which sailed from Norway to Chicago. Come and hear the story of this incredible artefact at DIG this JORVIK Viking Festival:
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GlasgowUniArchSoc 23h
Interested in coming along to ? Tickets are available here: Tickets will also be available from and
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hubertscat Jan 26
Just a few of the many tiny everyday medieval characters hanging out on the C14th south screen at Wolferton St Peter's. Norfolk
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The Poulton Project Jan 26
Poulton is never shy of finds, but I have to admit, we have some very nice Samian Ware.
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Archaeology & Art 23h
Bronze winged helmet of Phrygian-Chalcidian type.Greek,4th c.BC.
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Trimontium Trust 24h
A clip of the Carrickstone Altar in , . This intriguing stone is around 2,000 years old & is a scheduled ancient monument. Legend states it was used as a rallying point for Robert the Bruce & where he planted his banner before the Battle of Bannockburn
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ICON Archaeology Group 24h
Tickets are now on sale for the one-day Post-X Metals conference on 24th Feb 2020! Tickets and further info on the event and programme can be found here:
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Ferris Jabr Jan 24
In the 13th century a schoolboy named Onfim, perhaps bored during class, started doodling on his birch bark. He drew himself as a warrior & as "A WILD BEAST" and scribbled a greeting to his friend Daniel. These are his drawings, unearthed by archaeologists near Novgorod, Russia
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