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Lecture now available online for the First Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology

Lecture now available online for the First Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology

First Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology in Honour of Prof. Norman Hammond. Prof. Peter Addyman, (Founding Director, York Archaeological Trust) - Creating Heritage: Vikings, Jorvik and public interest archaeology now available online

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Excavations unearth first European church in the tropics

Remains of a church on Cabo Verde’s Santiago Island, off the West African coast, dates back to late 15th century – when Portugal first colonised the islands that played a central role in the global African slave trade.

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Satellite archaeologist awarded 2016 TED prize

Sarah Parcak announced as winner of the 2016 TED prize for her work to combat global looting of archaeological sites using satellite technology

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New Must Farm excavations underway

Cambridge Archaeological Unit begin work on a new project - Bronze Age Timber Platform

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Shanidar Cave dig highlighted in Nature

Archaeologists ousted by ISIS talk to Nature about their recent return trip to Shanidar Cave in Northern Iraq

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Cod bones from Mary Rose reveal globalised fish trade in Tudor England

Cod bones from Mary Rose reveal globalised fish trade in Tudor England

New analysis shows warship's dried fish provisions were sourced from as far away as Icelandic and possibly even transatlantic waters.

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