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Skyscapes: The Role and Importance of the Sky in Archaeology

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Skyscapes: The Role and Importance of the Sky in Archaeology (bookcover)

A new book, co-edited by Fabio Silva, on Skyscapes: The Role and Importance of the Sky in Archaeology has recently been published by Oxbow Books.

Debating Roman Imperialism: Critique, Construct, Repeat?

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Andrew Gardner invited to give Keynote Address at TRAC2015

Andrew Gardner has been invited to give the Keynote Address at the 25th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC 2015) at the University of Leicester on 27 March.

Plant to Cloth: latest in archaeological plant fibre research

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Augmented reality research in the media

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Augmented reality enriching the landscape of Bronze Age Cornwall

Research by Stuart Eve, an Institute alumnus and Honorary Research Associate, on the use of augmented reality to enrich the landscape of Bronze Age Cornwall has recently featured in the media.

Sheppard Frere

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Sheppard Frere excavating at Verulamium (Photo: Archaeology International)

Those connected with the Institute in the 1950s and '60s will be saddened to learn of the death of Sheppard Frere CBE, FBA, who died last month at the age of 98.

Simon Fujiwara's Archaeologies of the Present

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Rodney Harrison

Rodney Harrison has been invited to lead a gallery talk at the 'History is Now: 7 Artists Take on Britain' exhibition at the Hayward Gallery on 19 March.

The Making of the Terracotta Army: Questions and Answers from Archaeological Science

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

Marcos Martinón-Torres has been invited to give a presentation on his collaborative Terracotta Army research to the Glasgow Archaeological Society on 19 March.

MicroPasts project event at the Royal Geographical Society

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MicroPasts Project event at the Royal Geographic Society

The AHRC-funded MicroPasts project, a collaboration between the Institute and the British Museum, will hold their conference at the Royal Geographical Society on 31 March.

Institute staff comment on the destruction of Nimrud

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Nimrud ivory (© Stuart Laidlaw)

Institute staff have been interviewed in the media about the destruction of the ancient Assyrian archaeological site of Nimrud in Iraq by ISIS.

New Postgraduate Support Scheme available for 2015 entry

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UCL, 2011 (Image ©UCL Media Services)

A new funding opportunity for those applying to study a postgraduate taught programme starting in September 2015 is available with a deadline for applications of 29 March.

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