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Archive of News from the Institute of Archaeology

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FSA Honours for Institute alumni

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Society of Antiquaries of London

Congratulations to Institute alumni Reuben Grima and Dan Swift who were elected earlier this year as Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Art, sport and archaeology meet for London 2012

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London Occupation Rio, an artistic movement part of the London 2012 festival

Renata Peters and Rachel Farmer (MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums) feature in a video made for ‘London Occupation Rio’, in preparation for the 2012 Olympics.

Remote Sensing in Ogallala

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Students on the course undertake a resistance survey at Alkali Station

Kris Lockyear was once again invited to participate in remote sensing teaching by the US National Parks Service.

'Fragments of possibility' at the Palestine Sunbird Pavilion

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International design showcase

Beverley Butler has been involved in the development of an international design showcase to highlight the heritage of ancient everyday life. 

Institute students supporting London 2012

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Olympic rings on display at St Pancras International Station, London

With just under a week to go to the start of the London 2012 Games, Institute students have been chosen to support athletes at the Olympics and Paralympics. 

Sally Worrell on Britain's Secret Treasures

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Panel of experts on Britain's Secret Treasures being broadcast by ITV, including Sally Worrell (Image courtesy of the Portable Antiquities Scheme)

Sally Worrell was invited to join the panel of experts for Britain's Secret Treasures, being broadcast by ITV this week. 

YAC London Wall Walk

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YAC London Wall Walk

Current and former Institute staff and students will be walking multiple laps of the line of the old city of London walls, raising money for the Young Archaeologists Club (YAC) on 24 July. 

Institute students gain insights into Palaeolithic cave art

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IoA, UCL team and CNP team in Les Eyzies, Dordogne, June 2012

A group of Institute students has recently returned from a field trip in the Vezere Valley in Dordogne, gaining unprecedented access to Palaeolithic decorated cave sites. 

AHRC-funded Serbian research in the media

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Press conference in Belgrade (July 2012) to mark launch of AHRC-funded Serbian research project. Clockwise: Miljana Radivojevic, Thilo Rehren, HE Michael Davenport (UK Ambassador to Serbia), Predrag Markovic (minister of culture), Stephen Shennan, Tatjana Cvjeticanin (director of the National Museum in Belgrade), Mrs Karen Marshall (culture and communications, German Embassy).

The Institute's collaborative AHRC-funded research project on the rise of metallurgy in Eurasia led by Thilo Rehren has featured in the media this week.

Seeing Red: Rediscovering a Medieval Technology

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Medieval stained glass window

Ian Freestone recently gave presentations about his work on stained glass windows at the 39th International Symposium on Archaeometry (Leuven, Belgium) and at Synchrotron Radiation in Art and Archaeology (New York).

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