Researchers at The Open University (OU) and The University of Manchester have found conclusive proof that Ancient Egyptians used meteorites to make symbolic accessories. The […]
AF (No.50): The Yardstick of Civilization!
Welcome to Archae-Facts, the place to find bite-sized chunks of Archaeological Trivia! Today, we travel to the year AD 50… tags: […]
The Ascent of Man: Why our Early Ancestors Took to Two Feet
A new study by archaeologists at the University of York challenges evolutionary theories behind the development of our earliest ancestors from tree dwelling quadrupeds to […]
Shrine of Mercury: Portable, Personal, Profound
This is a short film I produced in conjunction with Segedunum Roman fort and Museum in Wallsend (TWMA). It is part of the British Museum’s […]
QoD: Is There Anything Left to Do?
Welcome to Questions of Doom. In this series, we answer your questions about Archaeology and our shared heritage. Today, we examine whether there’s anything left […]
Mes Aynak highlights Afghanistan’s dilemma over protecting heritage
Quest for copper riches in Mes Aynak develops as battle between culture and commerce
AF: Would You Like Fries with That?
Welcome to Archae-Facts, the place to find bite-sized chunks of Archaeological Trivia! Today, we examine the origin of so-called French Fries! […]
MTA: Roger Oram
Today, I sat down and had a chat with Roger Oram; an Archaeologist and Illustrator who has had an interesting career path. […]
Light cast on lifestyle and diet of first New Zealanders
A University of Otago-led multidisciplinary team of scientists have shed new light on the diet, lifestyles and movements of the first New Zealanders by analysing […]
Lindisfarne Gospels and Beyond: Learning Across the Region
Lindisfarne Gospels and Beyond: Learning Across the Region For more information visit our website: http://lindisfarnegospels.com/learning This video was made possible via funding and support from: […]