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Monk-ey Magic! Guess what's wrong with this photo to win a 'Dig for a Day'... http://digventures.com/2014/04/18/happy-world-heritage-day-win-a-dig-day-with-dv-at-leiston-abbey/ Answers on a post card (or even better email us at info@digventures.com)
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World War I training trenches uncovered in England http://ow.ly/vLUYn #WWWednesday
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These may not be Training trenches but the real thing, as in 1915 with the Western Front mired in deadlockit was feared that there would be an Invasion of the UK around the wash. 
If you check out the defense of britain database there is an extensive defence landscape in Norfolk in WW1
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3,000 yr old skeletons show clogged arteries are not the preserve of our unhealthy modern lifestyles http://ow.ly/vEryG
Furred arteries have been affecting human health for at least 3,000 years, new research by a North East academic has found
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Not what we'd want hiding in our wallpaper, but asbestos paintings show advanced knowledge of Byzantine monks http://ow.ly/vzgs4
Asbestos has had a long history of use, and research now shows it was first integrated into plaster coatings in the 12th century to provide a smooth layer for monastery wall paintings.
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What s in a wall? How Rome may have suddenly 'aged' by 200 years. http://ow.ly/vTfhp
The city of Rome is two centuries older than previously thought, archaeologists say, as they uncover new artefacts during an excavation of the Forum
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Durham cathedral's Great Kitchen excavated http://ow.ly/vRJV4
Archaeologists from Durham University have revealed what was on the menu at Durham Cathedral after excavating the kitchen
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Well we warned you archaeology isn't glamorous... nose pegs at the ready. http://ow.ly/vEp8s
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Why the world's oldest weather forecast could cause a lot of work for Bronze Age chronologers http://ow.ly/vEnTM
(Phys.org) —An inscription on a 3,500-year-old stone block from Egypt may be one of the world's oldest weather reports—and could provide new evidence about the chronology of events in the ancient Middle East.
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Not what we'd want hiding in our wallpaper, but asbestos paintings show advanced knowledge of Byzantine monks http://ow.ly/vzgs4
Asbestos has had a long history of use, and research now shows it was first integrated into plaster coatings in the 12th century to provide a smooth layer for monastery wall paintings.
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DigVentures is your chance to work with some of the best field archaeologists in the land on one of the best archaeological sites in the world. Join us and take part in a groundbreaking, game-changing archaeological experiment as a key member of our team.

Whether you’re digging on site with us or checking in from the other side of the world, with DigVentures you can share the excitement of discovery as it happens, knowing that without your support, it wouldn’t have happened.

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Full site details will be published on the 29th February 2012, for a July/August excavation season.