Monthly Archives: March 2013

Stonehenge, Mike Parker Pearson and St Louis radio!

If you haven’t caught up with Mike Parker Pearson’s work on Stonehenge, there’s a chance for you to hear and interview with him on St Louis Public Radio!   http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/archaeologist-mike-parker-pearson-unravels-mysteries-stonehenge

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Neolithic Orkney: A Ritual Soundscape

If you missed it earlier this afternoon there’s an interesting series on R4 on the role of sound in human history. Today’s programme features Dr David Hendy who explores possible uses of sound in and around some of the Neolithic … Continue reading

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New settlement site revealed in Berkshire

Wessex Archaeology have just released details of their excavation at Kingsmead Quarry, Horton, Berkshire. The site contains at least 4 structures which are interpreted as houses. Further details can be found on the Wessex Archaeology blog: http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/projects/horton2013

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New exhibition in Derry – Thornhill Unearthed

The Tower Museum in Derry has unveiled a new exhibition displaying the significant Neolithic artefacts excavated at Thornhill, offering a glimpse into how ancient life would have been six thousand years ago. It was in the 1990’s that the Templemore … Continue reading

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