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Into The Weird Apr 25
Marvel Bronze Age cornerboxes. My favorite is, unsurprisingly, the Doctor Strange one, followed closely by the Vision box from the Avengers title
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Prof Susan Oosthuizen Oct 28
Long lines of stone (reaves) like this at Holme Moor, Dartmoor, are the remains of walls, running from lower-higher ground, that bounded the individual holdings of farming households. Their common grazing lay beyond a shared boundary (Ventford Reave, here)
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Dr Sophia Adams (Sophie) 🍊 Oct 21
Having weighed, measured, photographed and written descriptions for every item in these 4 hoards I can truly say they are an intriguing collection of artefacts and fragments; the context and preservation of the finds is the real bonus.
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Dr Rob Cromarty Sep 24
IS YOUR CHILD TEXTING ABOUT BRONZE AGE ARCHAEOLOGY??? TBH = Those Bloody Hittites ILU = Investigating Lower Ur OTP = Over To Pharaoh DM = Definitely Mitanni WTF = What's The Function? WOW = World of Wisdom ILY = Ishtar Loves You ILYMA = I Love Your Minoan Artefacts
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Hound of the basketmeals Aug 12
Watching Over The Merrivale Standing Stone ..... or, is the stone watching over us? 🐶🐾🐶🐾
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Hound of the basketmeals Sep 26
Good Morning Everypawdy I would like to point out that this Bronze Age burial cist was broken before I got here 🐶 It was not, as my owner suggested, ‘my fat arse’ that did it 😠 It’s very nearly the weekend, have a fabulous Friday 🤣🐶🤣🐶🤣
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Tony Scipione Oct 5
Ya gotta admit, DC really had it going on in the . So, a little love today to some fun.
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Lesley McFadyen Jul 16
Field school is go! students working hard!
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Pollux Dioscuros | Eternal Freaks. Sep 8
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Kent FLO Oct 18
Replying to @Kent_Finds
This Early flanged axehead was well worth braving the hail for, the decoration is unusual and we can’t wait for the BA specialist to see it.
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Sanford Greene May 7
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Maxime Duprez Jun 16
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Russia 🇷🇺 Nov 12
🇷🇺The Arkaim fortress located in the region is a of the discovered in 1987. Later 20 more settlements of the same kind were found in the naming it «Land of Towns».
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The Jerusalem Post Nov 27
The site of el Ahwat may have been the fortress of Canaanite commander , whose death at the hands of Jael is recorded in the 's .
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Prof Susan Oosthuizen Jul 28
Replying to @DrSueOosthuizen
burial mounds constructed at Ydby Hede, Northwest Jutland, c1500-1200BC - marking a landscape of rights in for prehistoric transhumant herders? ().
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Margaret (Mags) May 27
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New Forest Archaeology Nov 29
Bronze Age Barrow Rise in the . This is a very visible Barrow near and is named on historic maps; any guesses? Join the
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Hound of the basketmeals Aug 12
Merrivale Double Stone Row. Early Bronze Age. There are two double rows, numerous cists, a standing stone and stone circle... quite a complex site of social engagement. But no sossiges 😏 🐶🐾🐶🐾
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Christopher Mills #AtomicAction Comics! Sep 26
Please RT! Got a review site or ? Dig old school, -style adventure comics? Want a sneak peek at the new line of professional "retro" ? Just give me a shout, and I'll send you an advance pdf review copy or two!
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Prof Susan Oosthuizen Aug 11
Erme Pound - with its 29 hut circles & their associated paddocks - may have been used to manage stock grazing on Dartmoor since prehistory. It was adopted as a pound for stray beasts in the later Middle Ages and
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