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Oxford Archaeology Knowledge Hub launched

Oxford Archaeology launches a new platform that will make it easier for people to access the archaeological information the organisation has produced over 50...

Rewilding’ later prehistory

Have been enjoying the Oxford Archaeology led Project - ‘Rewilding’ later prehistory The regular tweets  (@RewildArch) they are a great way to stay in touch...

Training and Skills

Metalwork Wear Analysis: An Online Masterclass

Upcoming online course ‘Metalwork Wear Analysis: An Online Masterclass’  This two-day online masterclass introduces the principles and methods of Metalwork Wear Analysis (MWA) to beginners...

Evans Fellowships 2023

Evans Fellowships 2023 A graduate of any university is eligible to apply for a Fellowship, provided that they intend to engage in research in anthropology...

The art of Handmade things.

Based in the Marches between England & Wales, Alison & Hugh Milton, make historic replicas of furniture, hats, leather work, textile tools, baskets, wax...

Archaeology Scotland Field School

Archaeology Scotland Field School 15th-26th June 2022:   Investigating Cathkin Park: In Search of Scotland's Footballing Heritage Join us excavating one of Scotland’s most iconic sporting...

Keir Hill of Dasher – Weekend Training Excavation – Stirling

From the  27th to 30th May 2022 Dr Murray Cook will be running a free Research and Training Dig at Keir Hill of Dasher...
A crossed ‘I’ Sacred Monogram composed of the first two letters of the name of Jesus in Greek, formed from iota (Ι) and eta (Η), and a Marian Mark (in its conjoined ‘VV’ form = Virgo Virginum, Virgin of Virgins) cut into the lip of the 15th century font, St Lawrence’s church, Evesham.

Practical Magic: Public Outreach & Engagement Recording Medieval & Historic Graffiti

by Wayne Perkins See also (New Discoveries Made in Worcestershire During Graffiti-Fest 2022 – Ritual Protection Marks & Ritual Practices)  Last year I was approached by...

Dig York! Dig Nottingham! We Dig it

Looking to gain more fieldwork experience this summer? York Archaeology will be holding training excavations at two very exciting sites in York and Nottingham. We Dig York! (20th June - 12th August) Located a stone’s throw...

‘Megafauna’ uncovered at Sherford

‘Megafauna’ archaeological finds discovered in Devon, with a Mammoth, Rhino and Wolf among amazing remains uncovered at Sherford Archaeologists have made a number of rare and nationally significant discoveries during investigations at the new town...

BAJR Weekly Archaeology News 23rd Jan 2022

So here is the eclectic and diverse news roundup for the week ending 23rd January 2022 Lots going on as ever - click the links to read the full story.  and if you know of...

BAJR News Roundup week ending 16/01/2022

What a great few weeks with lots going on, and the continuation of the Great British Dig and Digging for Britain So here is the eclectic and diverse news roundup for the week ending 16/01/2022 Lots...

BAJR News Roundup Week ending 9/1/2022

News roundup for the week ending 9th January 2022 Welcome to the new year, and a load of stories  - click the links to read the full story. DIG It 2021 quiz Last year, a community archaeology...