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  • Recumbent Stone Circles in North East Scotland

    Recumbent Stone Circles in North East Scotland

    This is a film about the recumbent stone circles in North East Scotland. Why are they there and who built them? We explore the myths which surround them and discover what the most recent archaeological findings are. Search terms:スコットランド ストーンサークル

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  • PhD student Archaeological Sciences  Bradford

    PhD student Archaeological Sciences Bradford

    Mike Copper tells us about his research in ceramic variation in Neolithic Atlantic Scotland.

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  • Flint Castle

    Flint Castle

    How do you recognise your King or Prince? My Blog: http://medievalparksgardensanddesigne… A Vlog filmed at Flint Castle. If you think you can help me fund my research. Visit my page at: http://www.gofundme.com/medievalgardensandparks

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  • Women In Archaeology 2014 Conference – Q&A and discussion

    Women In Archaeology 2014 Conference – Q&A and discussion

    Streamed live on 15 Mar 2014

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  • Women in Archaeology 2014 Conference – afternoon session

    Women in Archaeology 2014 Conference – afternoon session

    Streamed live on 15 Mar 2014 Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, York

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  • Women in Archaeology 2014 Conference – morning session

    Women in Archaeology 2014 Conference – morning session

    Streamed live on 15 Mar 2014 At the Merchant Adventurer’s Hall, York

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  • Strathpeffer Archaeology Trail app – Introduction

    Strathpeffer Archaeology Trail app – Introduction

    This introductory film will tell you a bit more about the Strathpeffer Archaeology Trail app, which can be downloaded for iPhone/iPad on iTunes or for Androids on Google Play. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/strathpeffer-archaeology-trail/id559790003?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.atsheritage.strathpefferarchaeologytrail&hl=en_GB http://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/09/2012/first-archaeology-trail-app-launched-in-the-scottish-highlands Search terms:strathpeffer archaeology

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  • The Past in Perspective

    The Past in Perspective

    The new edition of The Past in Perspective improves and builds upon the previous edition in several ways. Author Kenneth L. Feder ensured that the information presented in this textbook is highly up-to-date by including the latest research available. Professor Feder also reshaped the organizational scheme of his book, producing a text that makes more sense to students and offers them a more enjoyable reading experience. http://global.oup.com/ushe/product/th… About the speaker: Kenneth L. Feder is Professor of Anthropology at Central Connecticut […]

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  • Archaeology and Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Fictional “Golden Idol” (Ancient Chachapoyan goddess of fertility) from the 1981 feature film Raiders of the Lost Ark. www.indianajonestheexhibition.com The Lucas Cultural Arts Museum proposed for San Francisco’s Presidio will offer unprecedented educational opportunities for young people and families. Its mission: to teach the history of storytelling. A first-of-its kind institution, The Lucas Cultural Arts Museum is designed to serve as the country’s premiere venue for understanding the connections and lineage of illustrative and visual art. From the cave drawings […]

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  • Archaeology: the Central Aleutian Islands Project

    Archaeology: the Central Aleutian Islands Project

    The Central Aleutians Upland Archaeological Project archaeologists explore Adak Island, Alaska. The diverse team includes specialists in plants, animal remains, computer technology, traditional knowledge and stone tools. The Alaska Native language Unangam Tunuu is featured throughout the films.

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  • Rescued from the Sea 05

    Rescued from the Sea 05

    Shot on the very final day of the excavations at Low Hauxley the crew are looking at the impact of the project rather than the details of the archaeology. Not all eyes were dry as we shot this final location video. The projects has meant a lot to all involved at Hirst Park, students and staff alike. This is not the last in the ‘Rescued from the Sea’ series of videos though. We plan to catch up with the team […]

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  • Rescued from the Sea 04

    Rescued from the Sea 04

    The Rescued from the Sea project aims to excavate and rescue what is left of a Bronze Age cemetery site, and underlying Mesolithic deposits before they are eroded into the sea. The erosion problem is only worsening and, if left untouched, the entire site will be lost to the sea within a mere few years. Enlisting the help of volunteers, local schools, university students and a number of experts and specialists, Archaeological Research Services and the Northumberland Wildlife Trust have […]

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  • Rescued from the Sea 03

    Rescued from the Sea 03

    http://hirstparkmiddle.org/index.php/rescued-from-the-sea-intro The Rescued from the Sea project aims to excavate and rescue what is left of a Bronze Age cemetery site, and underlying Mesolithic deposits before they are eroded into the sea. The erosion problem is only worsening and, if left untouched, the entire site will be lost to the sea within a mere few years. Enlisting the help of volunteers, local schools, university students and a number of experts and specialists, Archaeological Research Services and the Northumberland Wildlife Trust […]

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  • Rescued from the Sea 02

    Rescued from the Sea 02

    Our media crew return to Low Hauxley to see how things are progressing. There is real archaeology to be seen. So what does it mean and what happens next? http://hirstparkmiddle.org/index.php/rescued-from-the-sea

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  • Bison to Bedlam: Crossrail’s archaeology story so far…

    Bison to Bedlam: Crossrail’s archaeology story so far…

    The Crossrail archaeology programme has now reached its half-way point with a number of valuable discoveries made so far. To celebrate, Crossrail hosted a public exhibition on Saturday 7 July. The exhibition displayed rare and priceless finds to provide a glimpse of life in London through the ages. Visitors had an opportunity to interact with some of the artefacts and learn how archaeologists analyse the finds to determine their age. The Crossrail archaeology programme began in 2009 with archaeologists beginning […]

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