Voting open for Current Archaeology Awards 2013

18 January 2013

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Several people and projects associated with UCL have been nominated in the prestigious Current Archaeology Awards for 2013.

Dr Gustav Milne has been nominated in the Archaeologist of the Year category. Two projects have been nominated for Research Project of the Year: Lost City of the Legion, which featured UCL Institute of Archaeology and Cardiff University staff, and Professor Mike Parker Pearson's Stonehenge: exploring the greatest stone age mystery. All projects nominated are based on articles featured within the Current Archaeology magazine over the last 12 months.

Voting will be open until Friday 15th February, and the winners will be announced at the Current Archaeology Live! 2013 conference, held at the University of London's Senate House on the 1-2 March.

Click here to cast your vote.

Image: The Thames Discovery Programme, led by Dr Gustav Milne who is nominated for an award (credit - Nathalie Cohen, Thames Discovery Programme)