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Thurstan Shaw Memorial Celebrations May 2014

Largest ever gathering of West African representatives in Cambridge celebrates the life of the late Professor Thurstan Shaw

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Aarhus University award honours scientific work

Marie Louise Stig Sørenson awarded a Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen 2014 award

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"The Making of the Middle Sea" wins Wolfson Prize

Cyprian Broodbank's book "The Making of the Middle Sea" has been awarded a Wolfson History Prize.

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Medieval London's 'global' fish trade

Analysis of cod bones has revealed the 13th-century origin of London's 'global' fish trade, when local fishing could no longer support its growing demands.

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Discovering the artists of the Eastern Sahara

Discovering the artists of the Eastern Sahara

Dr Guilio Lucarini of the McDonald Institute of Archaeological Research identifies recently discovered rock art found in Farafra as Neolithic.

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Auction Lots Identified as Looted Antiquities

Dr Christos Tsirogiannis of the Division of Archaeology identified two ancient artefacts as having been illegally smuggled out of Italy.

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