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REF outcome highlights strengths of Cambridge archaeology

The 2014 Research Excellence Framework published in December has "confirmed Cambridge as one of the UK's strongest communities of Archaeology researchers"

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CBE awarded to Graeme Barker

Graeme Barker, former Disney Professor of Archaeology and Director of McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, has been been appointed a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2015 New Year's Honours List for his services to archaeology.

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'Hidden Foods' project awarded ERC Starting Grant

Emanuela Cristiani, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 'Hidden Foods' project successful in ERC Starting Grants awards 2014

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Richard III - Case closed after 529 years

DNA and genealogical study confirms identity of remains found in Leicester and uncovers new truths about his appearance and Plantagenet linineage.

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'Bronze Age Bureaucracy' wins 2014 Frank Moore Cross Award

Nicholas Postgate's book 'Bronze Age Bureaucracy: writing and the practice of government in Assyria' has been awarded the 2014 Frank Moore Cross Award.

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Joan Oates receives British Academy award

Joan Oates receives British Academy award

The 2014 Grahame Clark Medal awarded to Joan Oates, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

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