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Medieval Archaeology
Vol 62 Issue 2 available online now:
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Medieval Archaeology Jan 8
A few weeks left to submit an abstract to our Conference July 2020 ! Share with your colleagues interested in Details here:
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Rob 'I don't like dandelions' Webley Dec 4
and I are hoping to propose a session at the congress on small finds research using data. There are still a few slots available for speakers, so do get in touch if interested. And please retweet!
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Medieval Archaeology Dec 2
We've extended the CFP for our 2020 Conference held at ! See full details here:
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Medieval Archaeology Dec 2
Join us this evening if you are in the Reading area!
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Helene Benkert Nov 27
Replying to @SocMedArch @ExeterDH
Everyone happily chatting away, helped by some wine and nibbles
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Isa Maline Isene Nov 28
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Laura Burnett Nov 28
Great to be hopefully inspiring the next generation of Medievalists to use all the data spends so long generating
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Helene Benkert Nov 28
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Our last speaker of the afternoon session is Jack Cranfield, speaking about medieval ironworking in Kent
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Helene Benkert Nov 28
Fabulous panel discussion on how to get published with and Oliver Creighton
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Helene Benkert Nov 28
Awarding prices to some well deserving young researchers. Big thanks to all presenters and our sponsors!! & GWR
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Portable Antiquities Nov 29
Lots of research potential in the database - come and use it!
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Ellie March Nov 30
Definitely the best way to end a fantastic Student Conference! Thank you to everyone for all their contributions and help! If anyone needs me I'll now be hibernating until the spring 😆
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
And finally a big thank you to not only for a super interesting keynote presentation but for his help and support over the last few days and for all her support and help with a very useful workshop on publishing
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
Thank you to , for a fantastic workshop on using the Portable Antiquities Scheme for research
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
A massive thank you to , , , and for hosting us and for use of the fantastic new space!
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
Thank you to our sponsors and University of Exeter Press
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
Replying to @SocMedArch
It has been an absolutely fabulous 3 days. We have have heard some fantastic talks on super interesting subjects from all over the world! Thank you to everyone who came, delivered papers and supported her presenters
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
Replying to @SocMedArch
Finally after lunch we had the chance to explore some of Exeter's more hidden gems including the Dean's medieval courtyard house, the DEI, some of the parish churches, the guildhall and medieval properties along the high street
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
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We even had a sneak peek into the stone mason's yard
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Medieval Archaeology Nov 30
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We went right up to the top of the towers and got some gorgeous 360 views of the city, spying on the bishop's palace, the medieval courtyard houses, and seeing the ongoing work following the devastating fire at the Royal Clarence Hotel
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