Tag: Archaeology Awards 2017

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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The results are in, and having counted your votes, we are pleased to share the…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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We are delighted to announce that Mark Knight is the winner of this year’s prestigious…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Winner of the award for Book of the Year was Paul Bahn for Images of…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Winner of the Archaeological Innovation of the Last 50 Years was LiDAR, as exemplified by…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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The award for Research Project of the Year was accepted by the Stonehenge Riverside Project,…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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The award for Rescue Project of the Year was accepted by the Cambridge Archaeological Unit…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Durrington Walls, two miles from Stonehenge, is named after the Neolithic henge that calls the…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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A Roman assault on a hillfort in Scotland The ancient author Josephus once observed of…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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What can graffiti, whether impulsive or ornate, tell us about the hopes, fears, and interests…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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In May 2014, Current Archaeology reported on the discovery of a plaque inscribed with the…