Monthly Archives: April 2011

Walking Against the Flow

I spent today walking along the River Wye with Professor Andrew Chamberlain in search of locations where riverside tufa was eroded and exposing a burial that might be the source of the Wye Skull. We began on the shingle bank … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Survey Tape

Archaeologists love measuring things. It is an essential part of the way archaeologists map the world, bring order out of chaos and mark out the extent and limits of the past as it intrudes into the present. There are many … Continue reading

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