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HIDDEN FOODS Sep 20
Sensational results from Vlasac excavation this year: a Mesolithic burial! collaboration with starts in the best possible way!
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Julia Blumenröther 14h
Just came back from a conference on in the . Can’t wait to find art at our mesolithic site in Austria 🇦🇹 ;) thanks to Daniel Groß for his fantastic talk about Hohen Viecheln and the importance of archaeological context
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Kent FLO Aug 29
Surprise at this evening. Just look at this beautiful trenchet axehead. Thank you so much to the finder, great to have one in the teaching collection.
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Sonja B. Grimm Sep 8
Very much enjoyed the high quality of the talks @eaa2019 & the very relaxed+open discussion atmosphere in beautiful . My head is buzzing with loads of creative impressions & new ideas, especially for &
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Niklas Hausmann Jul 30
Oxygen isotope seasonality combined with seasonal changes in meat yields (up to 175% increase) shows that foragers knew when to collect shells and when to wait. Awesome work by
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On the Move Sep 13
Fabulous team at Vlasac excavating remains in collaboration with
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starcarrarchaeology 25 Feb 16
oldest art in Britain, new article out by the team:
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HIDDEN FOODS Sep 17
Proud of our collaboration with *On the Move* project . New excavations at Vlasac, Danube Gorges, are ongoing
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The Ice Age Jun 13
If we must, how about northern Europe’s ‘Atlantis’?
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Historic England 26 Feb 16
11,000 year old pendant unearthed at . Find out more about settlements
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Marshall Julius 🔜 NYCC 26 Feb 16
Stone Age Britons may have developed a prehistoric secret code... And, apparently, played guitar.
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Lost Frontiers 28 Sep 17
Lost Frontier ABM sandpit at ERC research night friday. Hunt-fish and dodge ice and water
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The Lithic Studies Society Apr 22
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the Alan Saville Grant 2019 are the Mesolithic Deeside - Walking into the Past project! Follow them for updates👣🌱 ➡️
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Bruce Mann Oct 21
Fancy getting involved in some archaeology, learn about Deeside's prehistory and enjoy the great outdoors? Then don't miss this great opportunity!
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Phys.org Jul 17
Stone tool changes may show how hunter-gatherers responded to changing climate
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Trisha Ryan 12 Jun 18
Fantastic to see further research into extent of Mesolithic settlement and research in Waterford. Summing up the finding of over 5000 over the last number of years.
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Archaeology @ITSligo 4 Jul 18
New research led by IT Sligo's Dr Marion Dowd on : Bones of a found in Aillwee Cave in 1976 actually represent two bears, one of which dates to the and the second to the
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Hanna Steyne 30 Aug 17
Great paper on Middle maritime lifeways in Channel Islands by & others via
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Emanuela Cristiani, PhD Aug 21
Check out the new *New York Times* article on Lepenski Vir: aDNA, foragers & farmers, burial practices, boulder sculptures, fish, wild and domestic pigs and much more from this unique site!
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Museum Ian 7 May 17
Making and planning footprints! 👣 👣 👣 👣 👣 The kids will love these activities! Leaders Weekend 2017!
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