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New series of 'Britain at Low Tide' explores coastal and intertidal archaeology

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New series of 'Britain at Low Tide' explores coastal and intertidal archaeology

CITiZAN (the Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network) features in the new series of Britain at Low Tide, the first episode of which aired on 17 February.

Digging up secrets of the monkey Stone Age

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Capuchin monkeys using stone tools

Results of collaborative research, involving Institute researcher Tomos Proffitt, is forcing us to rethink our cultural evolution.

In Cyprus where copper was first discovered

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A bronze cauldron decorated with griffins from the royal tombs of Salamis © Department of Antiquities, Cyprus

The Institute of Archaeology is co-organiser, with the High Commission of the Republic of Cyprus in the UK and the University of Cyprus, of a special lecture taking place in London on 20 February.

Institute research to be presented in interdisciplinary colloquium on 'Gold'

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Interdisciplinary colloquium on Gold being held at UCL (Feb 2018)

Institute research will be presented as part of an interdisciplinary colloquium on the theme of 'Gold', being held at UCL on 9 February.

AHRC award for research on radical death and early state formation

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AHRC award for research on radical death and early state formation

David Wengrow and Brenna Hassett have been awarded AHRC funding for their four-year project on Radical Death and Early State Formation in the Ancient Near East.

Joanne Elizabeth Cutler (1962-2018)

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Joanne Cutler in the storeroom at Miletus, Turkey, 2010 (Image courtesy of Margarita Gleba)

Institute staff, students, friends and colleagues will be saddened to hear of the death of Joanne Cutler on 24 January.

British Academy Project status renewed for Terracotta Army research

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View of Pit 1 of the Terracotta Warriors (Photo: Xia Juxian)

Collaborative research on the terracotta army by Marcos Martinón-Torres, Andrew Bevan, Patrick Quinn and Janice Li has had its British Academy Project status renewed.

Prizes awarded to Institute students 2017

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UCL Institute of Archaeology (Photo: Lisa Daniel)

Congratulations to the Institute of Archaeology students who have been awarded Faculty and departmental prizes for the 2016-17 academic session.

Alison Weisskopf (1960-2018)

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Alison Weisskopf in Orissa, Sept 2010

Institute staff, students, friends and colleagues will be saddened to hear of the death of Alison Weisskopf on 11 January.

A tale of two empires: Rome, Britain and Brexit

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The Römisch-Germanische Kommission in Frankfurt am Main (Image from Wikipedia: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%B6misch-Germanische_Kommission#/media/File:Frankfurt,_Palmengartenstra%C3%9Fe_10-12.JPG (CC0))

Andrew Gardner has just commenced a one-month study visit at the Römisch-Germanische Kommission (RGK) in Frankfurt am Main.

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