AS: MoD Award for Nightingale Project

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Today, my top three headlines re-visit Operation Nightingale, examines recovered Roman Gold and pauses to reflect upon vandalism in Syria:


1) Operation Nightingale wins Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) Sanctuary Award:


2) Video: Roman gold coins found in St Albans field:


3) Historic mosque burned in ancient Syrian city:–.html?isap=1&nav=5073


Knitting event explores history:


Gila Cliff Dwellings plans National Archaeology Day events:


Old Native American signatures as archaeology:


In Pictures: History of Cardiff and Penarth docklands:


Salafists blamed for destroying Morocco stone carvings:


Archaeological Complex Seeks Volunteers:


‘Time-capsule’ Japanese lake sediment advances radiocarbon dating for older objects:


Archaeology of the Mabinogion:


Road from Time of Earliest Christian Apostles Uncovered at Bethsaida:


Ancient Egypt City Aligned With Sun on King’s Birthday:


Germany Tries to Halt Baltic Shipwreck Plundering:


Underwater archaeology, shipwreck sites and ghost ships to be topics of upcoming talk at UNCA:



Letter from Iceland: Surviving the Little Ice Age:






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