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Cadw and Communities Search for the Silures

Cadw and Communities Search for the Silures | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it

Cadw teamed up with communities and the award winning soldiers from Operation Nightingale for an excavation of the possible tribal capital of the Silures - the Iron Age hillfort at Llanmelin Wood, Caerwent.

 

Llanmelin Community Project aims to provide an opportunity for disengaged members of society, who do not often get many life-chances, to participate in archaeology and help Cadw gain a better understanding of one of its monuments.

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Army archaeology team helps uncover wartime bomber

Army archaeology team helps uncover wartime bomber | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
B24 Liberator : Wiki Commons
Members of the Army's celebrated Op Nightingale archaeology team have been working alongside RAF colleagues in Wiltshire to excavate the wreckage of a downed Liberator bomber.
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Archaeologists reveal rare Anglo-Saxon feasting hall

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Aerial View of the Saxon Hall : University of Reading A rare Anglo-Saxon feasting hall has been spectacularly uncovered by a team of archaeologists from the University of Reading working at Lyminge in Kent This is the first discovery of a...
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Ancient murder mystery? Stone age bodies discovered in well - Fox News

Ancient murder mystery? Stone age bodies discovered in well - Fox News | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
HaaretzAncient murder mystery? Stone age bodies discovered in wellFox News"Wells from this period are unique finds in the archaeology of Israel, and probably also in the prehistoric world in general," Omri Barzilai, head of the Israel Antiquities...
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The archaeological examination of palatial Crete

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Crete Palace Knossos : Wiki Commons The palace civilisations of Crete in mainland Greece are buildings that illustrate phenomenal architecture and artistic designs that are distinctive when compared to surrounding Asian and Near Eastern structures...
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Tomb of Maya queen K’abel discovered in Guatemala

Tomb of Maya queen K’abel discovered in Guatemala | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Figure 2: El Peru Stelae 33 (left) and 34 (right), portraying K’inich Bahlam II and Lady K’abel Archaeologists in Guatemala have discovered the tomb of Lady K’abel, a seventh-century Maya Holy Snake Lord considered one of the great queens of...
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UK’s largest archaeology project uncovers the Bronze Age

UK’s largest archaeology project uncovers the Bronze Age | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Plumpstead Archaeology : Credit Crossrail The UK’s largest archaeology programme has uncovered its first Bronze Age find as it continues a search for remains of a 3,500 year old Bronze Age transport pathway along the same route that London’s newest...
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Nourishment in the Swedish naval fleet 1500-1800

Nourishment in the Swedish naval fleet 1500-1800 | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
The Vasa from the Bow : Wiki Commons
This article will present some of the general results of the authors PhD-thesis.
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Identity, trial and retribution: East Asia after World War II

Identity, trial and retribution: East Asia after World War II | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
The judges at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East Ichigaya Court : Wiki Commons
A five-year research project will examine East Asia’s emergence and struggle for self-definition after the fall of the Japanese Empire.
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Examples of food and beverage in 17th century Sweden

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This article deals with the information that can be drawn from historical written sources regarding food in a special geographic area and time period. Sweden stands as an example and the time period is the seventeenth century when Sweden started to raise to power in the Baltic area.

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The Future is locked Within the Past

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Britain is a wealth of treasure; it glitters not with gold, but with stories.
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Archaeology News : The Last of the 'True Vikings'? An Insight into ...

Archaeology News : The Last of the 'True Vikings'? An Insight into ... | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Archaeology Press Releases and Archaeological News : Recent excavations carried out by Canadian archaeologist Patricia Sutherland may have further complimented our knowledge of Norse exploration into the New World.
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Egyptian toe tests show they’re likely to be the world’s oldest prosthetics

Egyptian toe tests show they’re likely to be the world’s oldest prosthetics | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Leather and Wood Toe - Dr Jacky Finch with kind permission of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo The results of scientific tests using replicas of two ancient Egyptian artificial toes, including one that was found on the foot of a mummy, suggest that...
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Anthropologist finds evidence of hominin meat eating 1.5 million years ago

Anthropologist finds evidence of hominin meat eating 1.5 million years ago | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Olduvai Gorge or Oldupai Gorge : Wiki Pedia A skull fragment unearthed by anthropologists in Tanzania shows that our ancient ancestors were eating meat at least 1.5 million years ago, shedding...
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Dating encounters between modern humans and Neandertals

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Neandertals Skull : Wiki Commons To discover why Neandertals are most closely related to people outside Africa scientists have estimated the date when Neandertals and modern Europeans last shared ancestors To discover why Neandertals are most...
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Mackintosh says move the battlefield, not the goalposts…

Mackintosh says move the battlefield, not the goalposts… | HeritageDaily Archaeology News | Scoop.it
WoR Soldiers recreating battle of northampton (photo John Kliene) Signs of panic at the top as Northampton Council ask English Heritage to move a battlefield to allow sports pitch development reports Andy Brockman Faced with growing national...
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