Archaeosoup’s 2014 Round Up!
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Yes, it's that time of year... Thank you for your support, see you in 2015! Links: Liv: Neolithic axe found with wood

Santa’s Workshop: Excavation Results
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Today, we revisit the excavation within Santa's Lapland compound. How did the excavation compare to our desk based assessment? Last year's

Why is Archaeology Important?
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  Archaeology has come a long way from the pith helmet wearing finger pointing academic whose sole concern was to bring

Tutankhamun Week: Introduction
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Welcome to Tutankhamun

Homo floresiensis: scientists clash over claims ‘hobbit man’ was modern human with Down’s syndrome
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"One small group of scientists has persistently disputed this claim, arguing that the bones really belong to a modern human

The Ajanta cave murals: ‘nothing less than the birth of Indian art’
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"Here among handsome princes and bare-chested nobles, princesses with tiaras of jasmine languish love-lorn on swings and couches, while narrow-waisted dancing

Trench Warfare & Training: Workshop Video.3
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A video examining Trench Warfare during the First World War. This is a video for use in a World War One

Enemy Aliens & Riots in North Shields: Workshop Video.2
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A video examining 'enemy aliens' during the First World War. This is a video for use in a World War One

Tomb raider: enter the British Museum’s underground mummy store
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"Many Mummies are on permanent display. Eight were taken to hospital to undergo CT scans for the museum's revelatory new

Divers stage emergency excavation of historic Thames shipwreck
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"About 24 and a woman that were in the round-house and coach saved; the rest, being above 300, drowned:

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