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Posted on 25 November 2023 by Conor Lawlor
Over the summer, I took part in the yearly archaeological excavations at the site of Helike, Greece. This Ancient Greek city was destroyed by an earthquake and a seismic sea […]
Posted on 14 March 2023 by Tessa Corton
Archaeology and conservation are intrinsically linked. Indeed, some may argue that archaeological conservation is just an extension of post-excavation. This would an over simplification – conservation is much more than […]
Posted on 11 January 2023 by Sorcha Riby
In 865, The Great Army, a 3000-strong pan-Viking force, arrived on the Kent coast. According to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, the force reached Repton, Derbyshire in 874, and established a long-term […]
Posted on 4 January 2023 by Sorcha Riby
Posted on 23 March 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins
Some objects that arrive at the university lab are too large or complex for a single person to work on, so their responsibility is given to a 'project manager', usually […]
Posted on 4 May 2018 by Rafail Evzonas
I still remember the moment last September when I shook the dust off my clothes in a trench for last time, somewhere in eastern Mediterranean, and packed my suitcases. A […]
Posted on 11 January 2017 by Sarah James
Plane, Bus, Taxi, and Coach… And that’s just what got me to the station in Volos, Greece for my summer placement within the conservation department of the Archaeological Ephotate of […]
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