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May Issue of Past Horizons Magazine now online

May 18, 2009

Brand new issue of Past Horizons Magazine is now up online.  Free to read for all.

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Challenge yourself.
News stories from around the world.
The Great Arab Revolt Project
Archaeology in the Jordanian desert through the eyes of volunteer Susan Daniels.
Bamburgh Research Project
Archaeology is in itself a destructive process and as a result needs to be fully recorded. The media department at the Bamburgh Research Project was created to experiment with video recording as a means to deal more fully with this issue. Gerard Twomey, the media director, explains the ideas behind this successful project.
Where the Camel meets the Canoe
A team of Yale University academics have set up the Timbuktu Research Project in response to the worsening environmental conditions in this remote region. Their research has led them to conclude this is not the first time Timbuktu has faced this particular dilemma.
Gloucester’s Itinerant Diggers
Archaeologist Austin Ainsworth on the launch of an exciting heritage project for Gloucester’s homeless community.
Dig In
Archaeological volunteer digs and field schools for 2009.
Beneath the Bricks
A local group turns potential conflict into a positive outcome for the community in a historic Louisiana town.
Archaeologist Douglas Post Park.
Dig Cook
Culinary escapades from Annie
Interested In…
Distance learning.
David Connolly discusses what archaeology means to him.
Back Pages
Alternative Diggers’ Photo Archive.  (are you in there??)

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