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Step Connect2 May 18
BBC News - 'Incredibly rare' Roman coin found during A14 roadworks
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Steph Halmhofer, M.A. 3m
Just finished another great meeting with my collaborator on a new, awesome project. I can't wait for the day we can share it with everyone!
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Pete Savin May 15
A amazing find of a roman tent panel still folded up and as supple as the day it was thrown in
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Dr Natascha Mehler May 10
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Debborah Donnelly May 15
Perfectly preserved footprints of 14,000-year-old humans reveal how Stone Age people explored deep dark caves
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carmel norton May 18
The Stone of Destiny stands on top of the hill of Tara. It served as the coronation stone for the high Kings of Ireland.
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carmel norton May 18
The incredibly beautiful carved stones at Newgrange in County Meath. It was such a privilege to go into this ancient chamber which dates to 3,200 bc.
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Avon Valley Archaeological Society May 12
It's not every day you think you might have discovered a but - found this on the new coverage near Verwood . Can't find any record of the site. Enclosure is 220m long, bank is up to 2m high and 16m wide. What do you think?
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Jonathan Fowler May 15
The Poor House Cemetery at the site of the old Halifax Memorial Library. More to follow on this subject soon. Until then, maps!
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I Olliver-Kneafsey 1h
More Merenptah, I love these starry ceilings!
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Steph Halmhofer, M.A. May 18
This is a great article, featuring !
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SpartiatisΣπαρτιατης May 14
Golden larnax and wreath of King Philip II of Macedon. Dated 4th CE BC. Discovered , 16 ray symbol Vergina Sun on larnax represents 12 Olympian gods and 4 elements - earth, fire, water, air Royal Tombs of Aigai
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Career in Ruins 9h
New podcast lands this evening! We chat computer games, virtual environments and have a ‘sticky’ chat with Professor Emma Jenkins.
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James Green_archaeology redux 3h
Groundstone pendants, beads & quartz crystal pendants from the Crystal River site (ca. 500 BC-AD1400) in Citrus Co., FL (Moore 1903, Fig. 52). Moore notes one of the pendants as amethyst, but does not say which one.
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Markov'd Jones 1h
"It belongs in a musem!."
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Carolyn Perry 2h
The so-called Treasury of Atreus, the most spectacular of the Mycenaean tholos tombs. 14.5m in diameter, a corbelled vault unsurpassed for over a millennia.
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Matthew Lee 3h
Beautiful archaeology in Crete - the venetian Fortezza in Rethymno
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Chester Farm 4h
Keep Saturday 15 June free. Tours of . A chance for you to visit the site if you have never been before. Also a chance to see the findings from the summer excavation for all those interested.
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Kathleen O'Neal Gear May 18
& . 150,000 years ago, he fell into a sink hole and couldn't get out. He starved to death, and eventually fused with the walls:
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Wings to the Past May 17
We are super excited for the launch of this Sunday, 1pm at . Free archaeology events for kids and free lecture on Roman Britain for the rest! Generously funded by
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