Day of Archaeology 2012

Day of Archaeology 2012

This year I once again helped to organise the Day of Archaeology, an online event that features blog posts from archaeologists around the world to highlight our work in our own words. One of the aims of the Day of Archaeology is to show how exciting and relevant archaeology is to us all, by showing […]

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Paddington history for kids

Last November I blogged about my experience demonstrating the wonders of history school children at Hallfield Primary School, my first alma mater. I continued the theme with the local Cub Scouts Group based at another Paddington primary school, St Mary Magdalene (5th Paddington). My tack was slightly different here. The incentive to listen and learn […]

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All Change

I have been rather quiet on the blogging front lately. Largely this has been driven by a series of moves, physically, and career-wise. Firstly, after many years of planning, I have now moved to west Cornwall,which is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful parts of the UK, as well as one of the […]

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Where is Asturias, food and promoting living heritage

Within ‘the heritage sector’ we compartmentalise its different aspects. Museums, libraries, archives as guardians and interpreters of collections. The historic environment sector as recorders of the built environment and historic landscapes. Archaeologists who excavate, record and analyse material remains. Then there’s natural heritage, everything about our world that isn’t human made. The subject divisions proliferate […]

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British Archaeology magazine available digitally

The Council for British Archaeology have recently announced that British Archaeology magazine is now available as a digital edition. It will be available through a web browser, as well as via apps on iOS and Android devices. If you haven’t come across British Archaeology, then I urge you to have a look at the free […]

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Day of Archaeology 2011

Friday 29th July 2011 was the Day of Archaeology, an international online event organised by a group of like-minded archaeologists, as part of the Council for British Archaeology’s Festival of British Archaeology. The idea behind the event was to showcase the sheer variety of work that archaeologists do in their jobs, to help highlight how […]

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New article – Interactive Landscape Relighting

I have just published a short article, co-written with Paul Cripps, entitled Interactive Landscape Relighting in the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society’s Archaeology Special Interest Group Spring 2011 Newsletter. It is a summary of the work I have been doing on scaling virtual Polynomial Texture Mapping techniques up to allow us to examine whole landscapes […]

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Archaeology Blogs

I have just published a list of archaeology blogs that I subscribe to via RSS. I have also created a bundle in Google Reader for those, like me, can’t live without an RSS reader. It seems that blogging has been quietly gathering momentum in archaeology since I first started noticing blogs in 2004, and blogging […]

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