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Dialogues: Medieval Archaeology and Islam

A series of dialogues, aimed at considering archaeology as an original perspective from which we can look at the social, economic and cultural complexities of our society, concludes next week.

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A history of true civilisation

David Wengrow argues that a history of true civilisation is not one of monuments in an article this month in Aeon, the magazine of ideas and culture.

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Norah Moloney (1945-2018)

UCL Institute of Archaeology staff, students, friends and colleagues will be saddened to hear of the death of Norah Moloney on 26 September.

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Elizabeth Baquedano interviewed on belief in Mexico

Elizabeth Baquedano (Honorary Senior Lecturer, UCL Institute of Archaeology) was interviewed recently on BBC Radio 4 about the importance of Catholicism in Mexico dating back to the 16th century.

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Henry Cleere (1926-2018)

UCL Institute of Archaeology staff, students, friends and colleagues will be saddened to hear of the death of Henry Cleere on 24 August.

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Countdown to UCL: A-Level results 2018

Congratulations to everyone who received their A-Level results today and will be joining the UCL Institute of Archaeology next month!

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Welsh origins of people buried at Stonehenge

Collaborative research involving UCL archaeologists has discovered that cremated humans at Stonehenge were from the same region of Wales as the smaller standing stones, bluestones, used in construction.

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Recipe for origins of bread discovered in Jordan

Collaborative research involving UCL archaeologists has uncovered the oldest direct evidence of bread found to date, predating the advent of agriculture by at least 4,000 years.

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