Monthly Archives: January 2012

Hunting Disguises: a Fascinating Experiment

As this is only the second post of my blog I thought it would be a good idea if I got straight down to business and discussed some serious archaeology. As some readers may be aware, there has been a … Continue reading

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Time Team, Series 19, 2012: Gateholm Island, South Wales

It was a Thursday, the fourth day of August, 2011, and I was sitting at breakfast with my wife Maisie.  Maisie is an archaeologist who, like me, specialises in Britain’s prehistoric (i.e. pre-Roman) past; so she understands what I have … Continue reading

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I don’t know how you discovered this site, but I’m glad you did. There’s all sorts of stuff here.  I’ve been an archaeologist for over forty years and have excavated several major sites, mostly in the Fens of eastern England. … Continue reading

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