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Archaeology Myths
Archaeology Myths: Archaeology and Curses, Pseudo-Archaeology, China's Terracotta Army,...
Archaeology Specialists
Archaeology Specialists: Stone Tool Experts, Zoologists, Botany and...
Areas of Specialisation
Areas of Specialisation: Defixiones: Curse Tablets, Radio Carbon Dating,...
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Famous Archaeologists: Heinrich Schliemann, Boucher de Perthes,...
Field Archaeology
Field Archaeology: Types of Archaeological Data, Archaeological Excavation, Arc...
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Interesting Finds: The Jesus Boat, What We Can Learn From Ancient Coins, Understanding...
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Places of Interest: Harappa, Punjab, Greece: The Archaic Period, An Archaeology...
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Starting Points: Academic Qualifications to Be An Archaeologist, Basic Archaeological...
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Things to Know: The First People, Early Footprints, Egyptian Mummies, The Mayan...
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    Re: Pottery Experts
    I have a very old ceramic jar, may be from the meroitic period in Sudan (Nile valley) and I'm trying to find out the history of it. Can you help?
    23 July 2014
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    Re: Radio Carbon Dating
    The British hallmarking system has been around for hundreds of years and includes a date that will tell you how old a piece of gold jewellery is.
    9 July 2014
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    Re: Be a Volunteer Archaeologist
    Hello: I am a 59 year old chef. Just wondering if you are ever looking for someone who along with joining a dig, can also…
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    Re: The Anglo-Saxons
    I'm trying to find a reliable translation of "Valour Without Renown". Via a translator I have found this " ellenrnæ wiðoutan hlíséadignes " is…
    4 July 2014
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    Re: Stone Tool Experts
    I found what I believe to be a very old cutting tool made from Obsidian I think.....Was wondering if you could give me some info on how to go…
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    Re: Etched Vase: How to Discover its Origins?
    I have what appears to be a rare 7th century anglo saxon ring. Could someone contact me so I can send you photos…
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