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Good Archaeology websites that you visit often/follow
#1
So there are a whole host of websites/blogs/facebook groups/forums etc. etc. dedicated to archaeology that I keep up with through RSS feeds, email subscriptions, or just check up on (BAJR being one of them).

I was wondering what websites everyone here follows/keeps track of archaeology related?????
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To kick it off, there are a whole host of blogs I follow/keep track up my full list is here but here are some recent ones I started following-

archaeograph- http://www.archaeograph.com/
“Archaeograph = an Archaeological Photograph.” That sums up this website perfectly. It is not just limited to photos either, Noel has several great posts on apps for archaeologists Apps for Archaeologists #1 – Fieldwork tools and Apps for Archaeologists #2 – Research tools

Archaeology and History of Medieval Sherwood Forest- http://sherwoodforesthistory.blogspot.co.uk/
“A website dedicated to the archaeology and history of Medieval Sherwood Forest; its landscape and people, the dreaded forest law and outlaws and villains.” You would be amazed at how much there is to Sherwood Forest outside the story of Robinhood.


Experimental Archaeology- http://experimentalarchaeology.wordpress.com/
“This site is dedicated to experimental archaeology and is meant as a resource to all who study it. The site, although new, will hopefully bring together diverse resources of all forms (papers, audio, visual, results etc) on the subject for easy and free access for researchers around the world. I hope that it will be of use to whomever visits this site.”


ElfShot: Sticks and Stones- http://elfshotgallery.blogspot.co.uk/
“Long ago, when people found stone arrowheads in their fields they believed that the tiny arrows were darts used by elves or fairies to cause mischief. They called them Elfshot. Understanding the archaeological record is like trying to put together a puzzle with most of the pieces missing. At Elfshot, we try to fill in some of those missing pieces. Tim Rast is a Canadian archaeologist and a flintknapper who specializes in artifact reproductions and knapped jewelry based on artifacts found across the Arctic and Subarctic, with an emphasis on Newfoundland and Labrador.”
One of my new favorite blogs to follow. I highly recommend following this website.

Visualizing_Neolithic- http://visualizing-neolithic.blogspot.co.uk/
visualizing_neolithic is a photography project upon the material culture of the lakeside neolithic settlement Dispilio in greece [http://web.auth.gr/dispilio] This website has been going for several years and it is very different type of website to follow but very interesting.
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ElfShot: Sticks and Stones

Definately a keeper - I love his site
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