Issue No.33 - December 2013

Issue no.33 cover
First issued: December 2013Number of articles: 6
Editorial: A community within archaeology
As we draw closer to the end of the year, we look back on what has been achieved and has happened within the archaeological world, in order to step into the New...
‘Black Pete’; the archaeology of a Dutch tradition
As an archaeology student, you learn to look at life from a different perspective. Though my personal interest lies within the distant past, recent developments...
Considering the significance of the Yorkshire Wolds landscape
The chalk Wolds of East and North Yorkshire comprise a lightly settled rural landscape dominated by agricultural activity and they are the northernmost expanse ...
The use of Photogrammetric models for the recording of archaeological features
It is inevitable, with the rapid pace at which technology has been evolving recently, that even in the field of archaeology, a process of modernisation is under...
Adventures after graduation
Click to enlargeFigure 1. A bioarchaeology mermaid (Image Copyright: J. Solomon). In 2012 I walked across the stage at Central Hall as a University of York g...
The archaeological investigation into deserted medieval villages of eastern Yorkshire
The practical approaches of major archaeological investigations towards deserted medieval villages have included aerial photography and Ordnance Survey maps tha...

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The King's Manor
Department of Archaeology
University of York
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