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Tuesday, June 19, 2018



Archaeologists are studying a piece of Auckland's infrastructure history uncovered by April's storms.


Garry Law
31 Lansell Drive East Tamaki Heights Auckland 2016
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Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2018 at 13:14
Subject: Archaeologists in Cambridgeshire find graves of two men with legs chopped off
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Archaeologists in Cambridgeshire find graves of two men with legs chopped off

Matthew Campbell
CFG Heritage Ltd
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HE HAS has helicoptered into remote destinations, lived for months with traditional native societies and held rock art dating back up to 28,000 years.


Garry Law
31 Lansell Drive East Tamaki Heights Auckland 2016
09 271 6505
0275 665 764
Skype garrylawonlaptop


Saturday, June 16, 2018

Below the Surface - Archeologische vondsten Noord/Zuidlijn Amsterdam:

Worth some time to look around at the finds

'via Blog this'

Friday, June 15, 2018

A Google-Based Freeware Solution for Archaeological Field Survey and Onsite Artifact Analysis: "A Google-Based Freeware Solution for Archaeological Field Survey and Onsite Artifact Analysis"

'via Blog this'

Next Conference - Mining history:

"2018 AMHA Conference

The 24th  AMHA Conference will be held from the 7th to the 13th October 2018 at Cromwell, Otago Region of the South Island of New Zealand. The theme of the conference will be ‘Rivers of Gold‘."

'via Blog this'

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Welcome to the 12th edition of Heritage New Zealand’s Archaeologists' Newsletter.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Chariots From Bronze Age Found During Excavation In Uttar Pradesh’s Sanauli:

'via Blog this'

Call for Papers - Annual Conference 2018 - NZ Archaeological Association:

A $50 million date with Tutankhamun | ArtsHub Australia:

'via Blog this'

Dog's buried bones halt housing development and get police called in | Stuff.co.nz:

'via Blog this'

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Breakwater recognised as Category 1 heritage structure | Otago Daily Times Online News: "A popular stop for sightseers in Oamaru, the Oamaru breakwater has now been recognised as a Category 1 historic structure by Heritage New Zealand."

'via Blog this'

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei launches augmented reality tourism app | OurAuckland:

",.... the treasures of the natural environment, and the cultural and historical significance of the site."

'via Blog this'

NZAA Annual Conference 2018 - NZ Archaeological Association:

"28 November - 1 December
Event Navigation
The NZAA and AAA annual conference will be held at Auckland University from 28 November to 1 December 2018.

The conference theme is Trans-Tasman Dialogues.

Call for papers

The call for papers is now open, a list of sessions can be found here. https://nzarchaeology.org/news-events/submissions-annual-conference-2018"


Monday, June 11, 2018

Zhao Kangmin died on May 16th - An army underground: "The discoverer of China’s terracotta warriors was 81"

'via Blog this'

Saturday, June 09, 2018

 Restructuring of nutrient flows in island ecosystems following human colonization evidenced by isotopic analysis of commensal rats: "

People still being chased away from century-old shipwreck | Stuff.co.nz:

'via Blog this'

Inside Kauai's Past - Archaeology Magazine:

'via Blog this'

Friday, June 08, 2018

Picture perfect – a gallery of archaeologist’s art | Christchurch uncovered:

'via Blog this'

Work halted on part of Whirokino Trestle project after Māori remains uncovered nearby - NZ Herald:

'via Blog this'

Wednesday, June 06, 2018

Flinders University has new PhD opportunity with a top-up scholarship of $18,000 (over three years) on offer for 2019. 
The successful candidate will undertake a multi-sited ethnography of foodways in north western Cape York Peninsula.  

Research illuminates inaccuracies in radiocarbon dating:

'via Blog this'

Pacific rats trace 2,000 years of human impact on island ecosystems | EurekAlert! Science News:

'via Blog this'

Archaeology in Mariana Islands: Portal to CHamoru antiquity | Featured Columnists | postguam.com:

'via Blog this'

Meet the 'Citrus Archaeologist' Who Rediscovered Dozens of Ancient Plants - Gastro Obscura:

'via Blog this'

Blind, bucktoothed mole-rats just might be archaeologists' new best friends | The Times of Israel: "A team of Israeli archaeologists proposes that Middle East blind mole-rats, with their massive numbers and burrowing skills, be systematically harnessed for cheap labor. "

'via Blog this'

Tuesday, June 05, 2018

Dozens of Mysterious 'Reserve Heads' Were Sealed in Ancient Egyptian Tombs - Atlas Obscura:

'via Blog this'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn pledges to return Parthenon sculptures to Greece | The Art Newspaper:

'via Blog this'

Horowhenua Chronicle:

Work stops on Whirikino trestle after remains found.

'via Blog this'

Over a century-old bridge timbers discovered | Otago Daily Times Online News:

'via Blog this'

Monday, June 04, 2018

Shipwrecks: Who owns the treasure hidden under the sea? - BBC News:

'via Blog this'

Eyebrows – why we have them:

'via Blog this'

Iceland’s founding fathers underwent a rapid, 1000-year genetic shift | Science | AAAS:

'via Blog this'

Food historian Helen Leach made an Officer of the NZ Order of Merit | Newshub:

'via Blog this'

Queen's Birthday Honours: Master waka craftsman Hec Busby - NZ Herald:

'via Blog this'

Sunday, June 03, 2018

Polynesian pre-history: "Radio NZ  Patrick Kirch is an Emeritus Professor at Berkeley "

'via Blog this'Publish Post

Saving Afghanistan's Incredible Heritage | CNRS News:

'via Blog this'

Saturday, June 02, 2018

Archaeology of Maori Settlement of Devonport Peninsula | OurAuckland:

"Local historian and all-round personality Dave Veart will present a historical and archaeological review of Māori settlement of the Devonport Peninsula."

'via Blog this'

Friday, June 01, 2018

'Waka' discovered during Puhoi motorway project, north of Auckland, not a waka | Stuff.co.nz:

'via Blog this'

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