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Pearey Lal Bhawan 17h
The tint in the scenes helps us distinguish it from .
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IMechE Library & Archive Aug 14
Watch this space! We recently had some of our objects photographed & will be adding the images to our virtual archive. Here's a sneak peek of the process showing a standard yard reputedly owned by George Stephenson being presided over by the man himself
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Vikram Prasad Aug 17
Showcase your , get a government tag for sale
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Open Access Archaeology Aug 19
Audley End, Artefact Biography and the English Country House via videos sponsored by
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JDCommunications Aug 15
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𝓔𝓲𝓶𝓮𝓪𝓻 𝓙𝓮𝓷𝓴𝓲𝓷𝓼𝓸𝓷 Aug 19
Hope everyone finds the extra resources useful for the new school year
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Pearey Lal Bhawan Aug 14
The released first in in June 1876, and six months later in the .
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Archaeology South-East Aug 16
Replying to @UCLarchaeology
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AcropolisofAthens.gr Aug 18
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Pewka Zilla May 27
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Geoff Olds Aug 17
My Typo Weird. ✌️📚🤪 @ Westfield Parramatta
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Artefact 4 You Feb 20
The Skarpsalling Pot (Funnel Beaker Culture, ca. 3200 BC, Denmark) decorated in the distinct Troldebjerg Style, it is one of the best and finest examples of not just Danish Early Neolithic pottery but Neolithic pottery in general.
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Nineta Hrastelj Aug 13
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Anna Mar 23
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Gwydir Castle Jun 2
The inside of this ancient 15th century coffer smells of cinnamon and warm wool. Wish I could bottle that smell for you!
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Rob Houwing Jun 10
Nice joker face from the medivals , found a few years ago ... beauty
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Wessex Archaeology Dec 10
Read all about this stunning Iron Age weaving comb in our just published article on Grove Road, Harwell, Oxfordshire:
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Artefact Heritage Jan 24
Before toothpaste tubes in the late 1890’s, it was usually sold in ceramic jars with lids that often advertised their contents. Lids were generally 7 - 8 cm in diameter. This is far smaller at only 3 cm diameter & likely dates from 1854 -1898.
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Design Managers Aust Feb 19
We work hard to create insight and clarity through our design artefacts, which is why we are always so pleased when we see a client has scribbled all over them - it means the has engaged them and isn’t a ‘product’ but a thinking tool.
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StrathclydeOA Aug 16
considerations for devices - an investigation of pre-schoolers preferences for an 's basic characteristics
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