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Poisonous garden plants once used as prehistoric weaponry

Poisonous garden plants once used as prehistoric weaponry

New technology furthers research into the use of poisonous plants by prehistoric societies to make weapons more lethal for hunting

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Ukraine NEMO-ADAP Project workshop

New research on the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of the Middle Dniestr, Ukraine NEMO-ADAP Project Workshop

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Mandela Professorship in African Archaeology

Campaign launched to provide a Mandela Professorship in African Archaeology at the University of Cambridge

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Prestigious grant for 'TwoRains' project

Prestigious grant for 'TwoRains' project

Cameron Petrie's 'Winter Rain, Summer Rain: Adaptation, Climate Change, Resilience and the Indus Civilisation' project awarded a 2 million euro ERC consolidator grant

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North West Cambridge: archaeology, art and mud

Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU) field and art work at North West Cambridge highlighted in March/April edition of British Archaeology

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Tràng An Landscape complex officially World Heritage Site status

Tràng An Landscape complex officially World Heritage Site status

Dr. Ryan Rabett, (McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research) attends UNESCO World Heritage Site inscription ceremony for the Tràng An Landscape complex

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