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Roman Britain News Aug 1
Profile: the Celtic Queen who led an uprising against rule in Britain.
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Ness of Brodgar Excavation Jul 31
Diary - Friday, July 31, 2020: 'The most incredible piece of Neolithic decoration found on site'
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TEÀRLAG Aug 1
Global Islamic Archaeology Showcase—a FREE online conference for PG & early-careers researchers WORLDWIDE hosted by the Centre for Islamic Archaeology. Send your proposal by the 22nd August deadline! Event held 26 September. Details at
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Arch Illu Jul 29
Iron Age from Uppåkra! Disney's famous cartoon character has a prehistoric ancestor. During excavations in Uppåkra in southern Sweden, a brooch was recovered, which strongly resembles the classic figure.
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Dr Natascha Mehler Jul 30
This just came out. Thanks to the editors for their hard work. It´s an important book and I am so happy to be part of it with a chapter on the Historical of Europe (what a crazy task this was, and I was mad enough to take this on).
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Roman Archaeology News Aug 1
Leprechauns originated from Roman rather than , research claims. Study found the original Irish “leipreachan” stems from the Latin word “Lupercus”, a god worshiped by shepherds.
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Helen Jul 31
This was found about 6 miles from where I live. Marvellous object and lettering.
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Roxy 🌙 Aug 2
The submerged park of Baia, which extends along the coast of Bacoli and Pozzuoli🦋
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Laura Berretta (Berry) Jul 24
Have a wonderful weekend everyone! In my pictures: Volubilis (in Morocco) the southernmost Roman town of the Empire in western Africa. Full of amazing mosaics and incredible view of the plains around.
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Medievalists.net Jul 29
Remains of a 1300 year old church discovered in Israel
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Dr Laura McAtackney Jul 30
The hard copy of this book will be confined to institutions (ebook is affordable) but it is an essential volume for . I have a chapter on contemporary archaeology (and I’m hoping the misspelling of my name is only on the website)!
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David #CancelAncientAliens Anderson Jul 27
Need more in your life! Check out ’s virtual lecture “Breaking Down Cardboard Boxes: How Archaeology Can Erase Histories and How It Can Reveal Them,” this Wednesday!
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Alex K Jul 25
Which Mysterious Macedonian Royal Was Buried At Amphipolis? In the time of Alexander the Great and his successors it was one of the greatest cities of ancient Greece. is
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ICMP Jul 28
: We are hiring an expert for . More info available at:
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Anthropology 4U 18s
Mysterious carvings and evidence of human sacrifice uncovered in ancient city
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Ness of Brodgar Excavation Jul 31
Stone spatulate tools from the Ness of Brodgar - research presentation
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Cathy Moore Jul 26
a section of a beautiful Neolithic togher (trackway) at Edercloon Co. Longford in 2006, and the challenges of excavating it! Irish bogs contain 1000's of archaeological sites.
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Carolyn Perry Jul 29
was today’s visit. It’s a real gem. Aristotle cites the city as an example of oligarchy. And Octavian was studying rhetoric here when he got the news that Julius Caesar has been assassinated. It was an Illyrian settlement colonized by Greeks.
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Brading Roman Villa Jul 31
Good news! We are opening the on selected dates during August & September. There are a few changes to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable visit but you can still expect a warm welcome! Visit our website for info and tickets.
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Oliver Dietrich 41m
Lion hunt on a dagger from Mycenae, Shaft Grave 4, Circle A, 16th century BC. National Museum Athens.
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