Nuragic Warriors from prehistoric Sardinia: an osteological and experimental analysis
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During the early 1970s Dr (now Prof) William Manning undertook to complete a catalogue of the Romano-British ironwork held in the collections of the Museum of Antiquities of Newcastle University and the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne (now the Great North Museum). The catalogue was published in 1976 and soon became an indispensable reference work. CIAS are pleased to announce that Prof Manning has agreed that the catalogue can be made available as a free download. We’re extremely grateful to Prof Manning and we hope that this catalogue to an important collection of Roman iron objects continues to serve as a reference work for students, researchers and finds specialists.
The Catalogue of Romano-British Ironwork in the Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle upon Tyne. W. H. Manning, with drawings by M. M. Hurrell (1976). Newcastle, The University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. To view and download the catalogue please check the Resources page of this website.
Peter Topping passed his PhD viva examination. Peter's thesis is entitled ' The Social Context of Prehistoric Extraction Sites in the UK'
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Set in stone? Rediscovering the Lufton villa: excavations in 2016, by James Gerrard and Andrew Agate
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Lecture: Food and Identity in an Age of Vikings', by Dr Steve Ashby (University of York)
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Welcome to Dr Chloe Duckworth as a new member of CIAS
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Come along and see a Bronze Age sword fighting demo on our front lawn.
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Andrew Jones & Marta Diaz-Guardamino (Southampton University): Making a Mark: imagery and process in Neolithic Britain and Ireland
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Prof. Annelou L. van Gijn (Leiden University): The many interconnectivities of things: contributions from experimental archaeology and microwear analysis.
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We are very pleased to announce the publication of a new themed issue in Internet Archaeology by our very own Dr James Gerrard
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Congratulations to Monica Haysom for passing her PhD viva with minor corrections on Friday 4 March, for a thesis entitled 'Time and Religion in Hellenistic Athens: An Interpretation of the Little Metropolis Frieze'.
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