Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Revamp study for historic church

Medieval hall to open to public


The potential significance of dietary offsets for the interpretation of radiocarbon dates: an archaeologically significant example from medieval Norwich

Medieval buildings destroyed by fire in Bergen

Saxon grave 'couple' may have been two men


Hengoed medieval hall to be open to the public


Greece: 4 arrested over illicit medieval treasure


One man's medieval solution to pesky pigeon problem


Ancient 60-mile dyke path opens

New Viking grave find in central Sweden

Alert as human bones discovered at dig

Archaeologists unearth 12th century abbey

Saxon graves found in Lakenheath


Descubren frescos de hace 1000 años en iglesia del Líbano


Nails around Tahluj ancient skeletons puzzle archaeologists


Oldest Tarikkhaneh minaret found in Iran


Medieval barbers did more than cut hair

Greece: 4 arrested over illicit medieval treasure

3 comments:

tenthmedieval said...

Thanks, Larry, that radio-carbon one's going to be a useful citation against sloppy dating in the future... The rest is really interesting too, of course, but that one I can use.

tenthmedieval said...

Gah! And my colleague who's sitting behind me right now, his wife is the second author :-) It's a small world...

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