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The Roman site of Richborough in Kent has been the subject of three excavations by our Archaeology Projects team ⛏️ ⛏️ ⛏️ All have contributed to new understandings of Richborough's Roman history. Read our research 👉 #FestivalOfArchaeology 

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This weekend sees the start of the virtual British Festival of Archaeology and over @readingmuseum  there is a host of information and activities to keep you entertained. Here is the learning page to get you started:

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The Viking Age. Hedeby was a trading town in Northern Germany, with remnants dating back thousands of years. Archaeology has revealed a harbor, infrastructure, houses, even a defensive fortification. It's one of Germany's @UNESCO 's World Heritage Sites.

Coming up on #YPAM  : 📻 Ronan Lundy on the @TheOpen  at Portrush in 2019 📻 Archaeology with @ArchaeoRachel  📻 @WWTCastleEspie  has reopened 📻 @purdypols  on the new St Patrick's Way 📻 @JillyDougan  on Food for Thought @BBCSounds 

Daylight saving in action at Stonehenge in England via _youhadonejob1 #archaeology 

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Whistling Sling Bullets Were Roman Troops' Secret 'Terror Weapon' #archaeology 

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Ancient warrior's tomb & huge treasure hoard found in #Greece  #archaeology 

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4th C silver Ewer - Scenes represent contemporary luxury: the hunt, seafood & wine!c AngloSaxonist#archaeology 

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Find out how archaeology could prove the Bible is historically accurate with @biblememoryman 

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For centuries, scholars assumed that Greek myths about fierce warrior women called "Amazons" were just that — myths. But new archaeology confirms what modern historians had begun to suspect: Amazons were very much real. @hereandnow )

The Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Institute of Archaeology is a wonderful attempt towards connecting our coming generations with our glorious past. Happy to have inaugurated this institute today.

The Nasca Lines are one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries—and they represent the most diverse collection of geoglyphs in the world

The Nasca Lines are one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries—and they represent the most diverse collection of geoglyphs in the world

For centuries, scholars assumed that Greek myths about fierce warrior women called "Amazons" were just that — myths. But new archaeology confirms that Amazons were very much real — and they were actually Scythian nomads. @hereandnow )

143 more Nazca Lines have been discovered, etched into a coastal desert plain in Peru. Japanese researchers combined on-the-ground archaeology with modern technology, including artificial intelligence, to identify the 2,000-year-old images.

The Nasca Lines are one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries—and they represent the most diverse collection of geoglyphs in the world

The Nasca Lines are one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries—and they represent the most diverse collection of geoglyphs in the world

archaeology'>Space Archaeology: As Earth satellite imaging evolves, scientists find ancient sites using features 100s of km long:

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Fun to think that grave robbery turns into #archaeology  after enough time and cultural value has been gained. Like aging cheese.

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