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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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  • Rescued from the Sea Intro

    Rescued from the Sea Intro

    Students from an Ashington school are using their media skills to help record the progress of a major archaeological excavation on the Northumberland coast. The ‘Rescued from the Sea’ project at Low Hauxley is being documented in a series of videos created by three year seven students from Hirst Park Middle School. 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 […]

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  • Field School

    Time lapse of the archeological site in Oakington, England.

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  • Rescued from the Sea

    Rescued from the Sea

    Amazing work by the sea Mesolithic remains, an early Bronze Age cemetery and ancient peat beds are just some of the heritage wonders due to be excavated from the cliffs at Low Hauxley, Northumberland, thanks to a partnership between NWT and Archaeological Research Services Ltd, with a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund. by Joe Tong http://www.nwt.org.uk/rescued-from-the-sea  

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  • Farndon Ice Age Archaeology Dig

    http://nottshistory.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/farndon-archaeology-research.html

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  • Can I open the window? Aerial archaeology training school

    Can I open the window? Aerial archaeology training school

    A few minutes captured at Non-Invasive Archaeology Training School in Pecs which took place in June 2013 in Pecs, Hungary. The film contains only aerial photography lessons for teams 3 & 4. Enjoy! http://www.archaeolandscapes.eu/index.php/aportaciones/workshops/260.html?lang=es&device=desktop

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  • Roman Archaeology: Myth and Reality

    Roman Archaeology: Myth and Reality

    Production: SCAD Media, LLC http://www.scad-media.com HSP Summer 2013 Join anthropologist/classical archaeologist David Soren in a survey of the art and archaeology of ancient Rome. This course will highlight the major wonders of the Roman world from the 8th century B.C. to the 6th century A.D., including the historical truth behind Rome’s alleged founders Romulus and Remus, the frightening demonology of the Etruscans, the remarkable seven-terraced sanctuary of Praeneste, and the unique construction of the Pantheon. Dr. Soren has recently been […]

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  • Koh Ker ” The Lost Wonder ”

    Koh Ker ” The Lost Wonder ”

    “This is a teaser for our feature documentary on Ko Ker temples, located in Preah Vihear province, Kingdom of Cambodia. It was made in order to raise awareness this remote and little known complex and its history. Behind its beauty, we invite you to discover some hidden critical issues about heritage protection in general. Your (financial) contribution to production of our feature documentary will help us address those issues better.” Produced by Dr. Chen Chanratana Sum Sithen Directed by Ouch […]

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  • Khmer Lost City Recovered 350 years before Angkor Wat

    Khmer Lost City Recovered 350 years before Angkor Wat

    The University of Sydney’s archaeology research centre in Cambodia took the lidar instrument to Cambodia and played a key role in the discovery. An expedition of Australian and French archaeologists using GPS co-ordinates gathered from the instrument’s data uncovered five previously unrecorded temples and evidence of ancient canals, dykes and roads. The Saturday Age recorded the discoveries by joining the expedition as it pushed through landmine-strewn jungle, swollen rivers and bogs on a mountain called Phnom Kulen, 40 kilometres north […]

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  • Dig For a Day – Wetlands

    Dig For a Day – Wetlands

    The prehistoric wetland of Bradford Kaimes, Northumberland has been investigated by Bamburgh Research Project since summer 2010. This video shows the ‘dig for a day’ experience of volunteers from a newcastle company who came to excavate at the site, exposing neolithic features and having a go at Flint Knapping with Kristian Pedersen of Edinburgh University

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  • In the Pollen Lab…

    In the Pollen Lab…

    Extracting and analysing pollen from peat cores taken at Bradford Kaims ancient Wetland in Northumberland UK. Volunteers from the Bradford Kaims Wetland Heritage Research Project went up to Stirling University to have a go at extracting pollen from the peat cores, under the supervision of Professor Richard Tipping and his assistant Danny Paterson.    

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  • Space Archaeology: Alice Gorman at TEDxSydney

    Space Archaeology: Alice Gorman at TEDxSydney

    Alice Gorman is an archaeologist who specialises in the material culture of space exploration, from its origins in the 1930s through to the present. Her particular focus is orbital debris, or “space junk”, including historic satellites. Her aim is to contribute a cultural-heritage perspective to international agreements on reducing the orbital debris problem. Other areas she has researched and written about include rocket launch sites, tracking stations, Skylab, and Russian landing sites on Venus. Alice is a lecturer in the […]

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