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Comments on Birmingham's IAA review and closure of archaeology
#1
http://birminghamucu.org/2012/09/28/the-...chaeology/

http://birminghamucu.org/2012/09/28/gras...statement/

Hi all. Thought you would be interested in the final outcomes of the IAA review. Archaeology died a slow death with first the commercial unit going and now even the academic side. It is a sad day.
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#2
It is a bag o' shite... and those responsible should be ashamed!
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