Category Archives: Archaeology

Alfred the Great

Following on from the discivery of the remains of Richard III, I have posted on the question – why should historians be interested in the remains of monarchs ? Indeed, as many of you know, there is presently a campaign … Continue reading

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Things to listen to – what is environmental history ?

If you click here¬†you will get the latest edition of Making History from Radio 4. It has been recommended to me by a friend of the site (ok – Mr Podesta). What is noteworthy to us as A Level historians … Continue reading

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Archaeology in the news

There have been a number of archaeology stories in the news recently, and I thought it might be good to pull them together in one post for those of you thinking of an archaeology degree. I have said before that … Continue reading

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