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  • National Museum of Iran

    National Museum of Iran

    National Museum of Iran, aging more than 70 years, containing 300,000 museum objects in an area more than 20,000 square meters, is not only the largest museum of History and Archaeology of the country, but ranks as one of the few most prestigious museums of the world in regard to grand volume, diversity and quality of its huge monuments. In the Iranian museum tradition it is considered Iran’s mother museum, aiming at preserving relics of the past to hand down […]

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  • Ancient Technology Centre, Cranborne

    Ancient Technology Centre, Cranborne

    Promotional video for the Ancient Technology Centre in Cranborne, Dorset. For more details call 01725 517618. Produced and donated by ProMotion Media. http://www.promotionmedia.co.uk

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  • Llynnon Prehistoric Roundhouses – Construction

    Llynnon Prehistoric Roundhouses – Construction

    How the Prehistoric Roundhouses at Llynnon Mill on Anglesey in Wales were built. For details about visiting the site go to: http://www.visitanglesey.co.uk/en-GB/llynnon-90.aspx Ancient Arts : http://www.ancient-arts.org/  to learn more and even get involved in an onsite course- UK  

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  • Prehistoric copper smelting in a pit

    Prehistoric copper smelting in a pit

    How to turn copper ore into copper using Bronze Age techniques. Ancient Arts : http://www.ancient-arts.org/  to learn more and even get involved in an onsite course- UK

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  • Time Tribe – Lewis (Kitchen)  – Music

    Time Tribe – Lewis (Kitchen) – Music

    Music from The Time Tribe, an epic serial time travel adventure for kids 8-13, built on real history and archaeology, from the brilliant minds of Dr. Karen Wehner and Lucas J.W. Johnson. The music was written/composed by Francesco D’Andrea (francescodandrea.bandcamp.com), and this particular arrangement was done by Devin Vibert, based upon the track “Prologue and Title Theme” by Francesco. To find out more about this exciting new game, head to thetimetribe.com.   Also, if you’d like to play a huge […]

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  • Sailing the Vaaler Moor logboat

    Sailing the Vaaler Moor logboat

    The Vaaler Moor logboat is being tested in scale 1/20. This was part of the “Special Topics” class 2012 at the Maritime Archaeology Programme, University of Southern Denmark; Another seven boats were also tested. The original boat is at Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseum at Schloss Gottorf in Schleswig. http://www.schloss-gottorf.de

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  • International Appeal of the Association of Greek Archaeologists(ENG VERSION)

    International Appeal of the Association of Greek Archaeologists(ENG VERSION)

    A 57” spot to support the international campaign by S.E.A. (Greek Archaeologists Association) against the IMF / E.U. cuts in Culture ( in GREECE -and not only there..!.) MONUMENTS HAVE NO VOICE. THEY NEED TO HAVE YOURS. International Appeal of the Association of Greek Archaeologists read more here: http://www.coalitionofresistance.org.uk/2012/04/international-appeal-of-the-association-of-greek-archaeologists/  

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  • Durrington All Saints Infant School learn about Archaeology

    Durrington All Saints Infant School learn about Archaeology

    Persimmon Homes South Coast organised for Wessex Archaeology to spend the day teaching the children from Durrington All Saints Infant School about the rich history of the area they live in.  

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  • Going for Bronze: Making a Reconstruction Pot

    Going for Bronze: Making a Reconstruction Pot

    This film follows the making of a reconstruction trevisker ware bronze age pot, at a pottery on Dartmoor. The pot was commissioned by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter as part of the partnership exhibition ‘Going for Bronze’ with the Dartmoor National Park Authority (DNPA). The finished pot can be seen at DNPA’s Postbridge Information Centre Easter – October 2012. The film is copyright DNPA 2010. For more information go to www.dartmoor.gov.uk

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  • Connecting Colorado

    Connecting Colorado

    Archaeology & Historic Preservation Month 2012 See how archaeology and historic preservation connect and strengthen communities in Colorado. http://www.historycolorado.org/

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  • GlowHenge

    GlowHenge

    Stonehenge Riverside Project GlowHenge evening at Woodhenge near Durrington Walls. Trippy! From Adam Stanford at Aerial Cam and the Stonehenge Riverside Project

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  • Galatas — the unknown palace

    Galatas — the unknown palace

    he “Palace” at Galatas was only discovered and excavated in the early 1990s. The site is located 30 kilometres south of Heraklion, near the villages of Galatas and Arkalochori. From the site there are fine views towards southern Crete. The large, paved central courtyard of the palace runs north-south and measures 16 metres by 32 metres. It was originally surrounded by a four-wing building. Of the four wings the East wing is the best preserved, followed by the North, while […]

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  • Archaeology of Ashdown Forest – East Sussex

    Archaeology of Ashdown Forest – East Sussex

    This film describes how LiDar has been used to discover more about the history and archaeology of Ashdown Forest in East Sussex. http://www.ashdownforest.org/enjoy/history.php

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  • Rock Art & Archaeology: Investigating Ritual Landscape in the Mongolian Altai

    Rock Art & Archaeology: Investigating Ritual Landscape in the Mongolian Altai

    Rock Art & Archaeology: Investigating Ritual Landscape in the Mongolian Altai NEH grant funded project to research the Rock Art and Archaeological sites in the Biluut Rock Art Complex in Western Mongolia. The film is shot with Panasonic HDC-TM900 and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro.   Learn more about the project and the videographer here: http://www.jamesianmills.com/ and here: http://www.artsmagazine.info/articles.php?view=detail&id=2007112920292456417  

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  • Open Exeter: Creating Data – Archaeology

    Open Exeter: Creating Data – Archaeology

    Duncan Wright, one of the PhD students working on the Open Exeter project, demonstrates how he creates his data. For more information on Open Exeter see: http://as.exeter.ac.uk/library/resources/openaccess/openexeter/

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