Monthly Archives: June 2011

archaeology on TV

Some good archaeology on TV this week – Planet of the Apemen and Amazon: Unnatural Histories, and then some archaeology on Countryfile today as well. I learnt something new from the Amazon programme, always a bonus. Some reused film clips … Continue reading

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School prom

Had a great night last night at Millthorpe School prom, at Knavesmire racecourse. All Year II dressed up in their finery and the staff. Lots of happy students about to leave school. Millthorpe has given them a great start in … Continue reading

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value in archaeology

Beginning to write Chapter 8 of the book, on the value of archaeology. Rhetorical question to self – why do most archaeologists fail to articulate or even perceive the value of what they do? Lots of good work in the … Continue reading

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Off to London

Just got the official invite to the royal garden party at Buckingham Palace in July. Looking forward to showing the invite to M later today. Should be fun for both of us.

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first blog

A momentous day – my first blog! What to write about. Well, how about it is dinner time. I’m hungry. So, off downstairs a slice of haddock and grilled mushrooms. I’ll think of more interesting stuff to blog about next … Continue reading

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