Archaeo News Podcast 255

Archaeo News Podcast 255

Contents: Stonehenge may have been first erected in Wales Earliest modern humans in Southern China 6,000-year-old amputated arms in France suggest trophy-taking Bronze Age settlement…

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Archaeo News Podcast 254

Archaeo News Podcast 254

Contents: Bulgaria’s largest dolmen and ‘stone egg’ discovered Escargots were not invented by the French Nature reserve in Scotland yields prehistoric artefacts 5,000-year-old tomb discovered…

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Visiting the AOC in York

Visiting the AOC in York

This Friday, I had the pleasure of visiting the AOC Archaeology Group in York. For those who don’t know, AOC Archaeology Group is an English…

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Stone Pages Archaeo News Podcast

Stone Pages Archaeo News Podcast

This is just a quick little post to let you know of a project that I have been part of for a little bit now….

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Archaeo News Podcast 253

Archaeo News Podcast 253

Contents: Stonehenge (used to be) sold to the highest bidder! Five-year-old boy finds Bronze Age arrowhead Teeth from China reveal early human trek out of…

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Editing Castles at War

Editing Castles at War

Recently, I was honored to be involved in assisting my professor Dr. phil. Rainer Atzbach with the editing of the book Castles at War, which…

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The National Museum of Denmark

The National Museum of Denmark

From February 1st to June 30th 2015, I worked for the National Museum of Denmark. I was hired by Henriette Rensbro to work for the…

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To Ribe and Back

To Ribe and Back

Ribe Museum’s storage for their archaeological finds. Since my Bachelor Thesis focused on the production of English ceramics, the examination of this ceramic group was…

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Archaeo News Podcast 252

Archaeo News Podcast 252

In collaboration with British Archaeological Jobs Resource Contents: Temple culture of Malta Speaker: David Connolly (BAJR) Audio file mastering: Dave Horrocks (Infinite Wave)  Listen to…

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