Monthly Archives: December 2014

Verulamium – The Musical!

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
The last two posts about crowdfunding archaeology and the news of the Gertrude Bell documentary mean I’ve carried on thinking about archaeology films. Still not Indiana Jones, although I can easily be distracted should anyone…

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Crowdfunding Oral History Project

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
This week’s post is by Gabriel Moshenska. I think the idea of crowdfunding archaeology is very exciting. I mentioned last week the Gertrude Bell film Letters from Baghdad being put together by Sabine Krayenbühl, Zeva…

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“Not all Archaeologists are Spies…”

…but a lot of them were!  A wonderful recent post on the British National Archives blog by Dr. Juliette Desplat highlights two famous archaeologists who were, indeed, spies.  Digging for King and Country discusses how Gertrude Bell and T. E. … Continue reading

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