The Journal has been maintained since March 2005 to promote awareness and the conservation of the incomparable but often-threatened prehistoric sites of Britain, Ireland and beyond.
- the poetry of history -
An utterly idiosyncratic view of the world, ancient and modern, with Peter Kruschwitz
Musings on Daily Life in the Ancient and Early Medieval Mediterranean By Sarah E. Bond
Biblical postings, Talmidim- meaning students
Photographs of Roman Syria
The Organisation and Economy of Coptic Monasteries in Egypt
Where Technology & Art Bring the Future to the Past and the Past to the Future
The View from Western New England: Classical Music, Opera, Theater, Photography, Art, Books, Travel, Food & Drink
Blog di Egittologia
My continued musings on archaeology, technology, teaching, and history.
News and workshop information from the Learning Team
Liz Gloyn's blog
thinking about archaeology
"Philosophers are the Patriarchs of heretics" – Tertullian
Tackling the problems facing PhDs without permanent jobs