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Showstoppingly beautiful #archaeology. Glass spearpoints from Western Australia British Museum http://buff.ly/1H69Fg9
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When the hunter becomes the hunted. Toothmarks prove carnivores attacked Neanderthal children. http://ow.ly/N85bn
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Not a day over Two-thousand and Forty.
 
We just tried #HowOldRobot on some of history's most famous faces. That lead-based make-up doesn't seem to have done Lizzy the First any favours... http://ow.ly/MoztL
You may have seen the latest app released by Microsoft - it's a new facial analysis tool called How Old Do I Look?, which uses “state-of-the-art, cloud-based algorithms” to recognise human faces and then estimate an age and gender. Naturally it doesn’t always get it right (you may have noticed poor old Ramesses II has…
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Up Periscope! Teleporting to a dig near you soon... http://eepurl.com/bkjakb
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My Life in Objects, by Jane Sidell Inspector of Ancient Monuments. In this DigVentures mash-up of Desert Island Discs and ‘A History of the World in 100 Objects’, we ask Jane to talk us through the objects and artefacts that sum up her life, and what they mean to her...
My Life in Objects: Jane Sidell, Inspector of Ancient Monuments The Inspector of Ancient Monuments for London is a role that dates back to the 1800s, when  Pitt-Rivers became the first of a long line of archaeologists to take on the responsibility of protecting London’s most iconic sites. Today, Jane Sidell is the archaeologist with…
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Dancing like no one's watching...
 
Mindblowing, mindboggling, superexciting archaeology? That'll be this weeks news from the Site Hut... http://ow.ly/Lvuyf
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Etruscan get enough. Etruscan get enough
Puns. Music. Archaeology. All rolled into one. What more do you want? 1. Smack My Ditch Up #ArchaeologySongs (sorry) — Dr Rachel Pope (@preshitorian) May 14, 2015 2.   I Like King Tut and I Cannot Lie #ArchaeologySongs — isabelle m (@izzy68) August 1, 2014   3. Let’s Get Geophysical #ArchaeologySongs — Tim Fowler (@timlibrarian)…
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A conservator's life in objects...
 
We asked archaeologist @sara__brown_ which objects she'd take to a desert island http://ow.ly/Ml3nT #BBCradio4
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My Life in Objects - as hand picked by Sara Brown - Archaeological Conservator...
 
We asked archaeologist @sara__brown_ which objects she'd take to a desert island http://ow.ly/Ml2Er
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I told you I was ill! http://ow.ly/LX1fw
 
We know that illnesses have existed as long as there have been humans to get ill – but how do archaeologists identify disease in the past? Here are six tell-tale signs that help us find out... http://ow.ly/LX1fw
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Up Periscope! Teleporting to a dig near you soon... http://eepurl.com/bkjakb
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Also works on Man Flu!
 
Ever tried rubbing a chicken on an infected cut? Well, don't. 10 ways NOT to sure the plague ‪#‎medievalmedicine‬
With the Crossrail excavations of the Bedlam burial ground excavations in the news, we are reminded of the thousands of Londoners who died during the Great Plague of London (1665-1666). But did you know that the plague still exists, and that the most recent case of outbreak happened last summer in China? The first occurrence…
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