Issue No.7 - October 2009

Issue no.7 cover
First issued: October 2009Number of articles: 7
Click to enlargeA stunning panoramic view across the city from Gellert Hill (credit: author) Budapest: two hundred square miles, twenty-three administrative ...
BABAO 2009 - a student perspective
The 11th Annual meeting of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology was held in Bradford between the 18th and the 20th September...
Viking Summer School at Aurhus
For the past few years the Department of Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics at Aarhus University in Denmark has run an English language Summer School on ...
To what extent is the divide between public and private life reflected in evidence for public worship in Roman Italy?
As one of my 2nd year modules, I had to plan and go on a 'Study Tour' abroad to investigate something of personal interest. As someone with a keen interest in r...
Isn't it Time We Stopped Digging?
Doing a degree in archaeology really is for people who like digging holes. We learn to dig to our hearts content in a practical sense; by freezing to the bone i...
Outreach: an International Perspective
As is often the case in the 21st Century, there appears to be an increasing need for a connection to be established between the community associated with a site...
The Modern Afterlife of the Bog People
A brief introduction into just some of the ways bog bodies have inspired modern works of film and literature, from the poetry of Seamus Heaney to a horror film ...

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The King's Manor
Department of Archaeology
University of York
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