Category Archives: blogosphere

I’m almost through the incredible link backlog – so here’s the last drop for now: If you are looking for a new way to practice your early Mesopotamian writing skills, you might want to bake some cuneiform cookies. Here’s an … Continue reading

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Can you guess what has accumulated during the last two weeks? Right. Links. Lots and lots of links about various topics… which means my browser has so many tabs open right now that it even scares me (and I’m nigh-undauntable … Continue reading

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It’s been a while since I posted links to German things here, but a few have stacked up, and I find them too interesting to pass them all by. So if you have German (or trust in machine translation), here … Continue reading

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Let me start this week by giving you two links to spend lots of time looking at stuff! Firstly, Doug has posted a number of videos from Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference in 2015. Topics range from community projects and landscape … Continue reading

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Today was work interspersed with liberal amounts of tea, cookies, and naps. Naps are a wonderful thing (and cats are very helpful with napping, always giving a perfect example of how it’s done). Who, me? As if I’d ever take … Continue reading

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There’s a huge stack of links I want to share with you! A German archaeologist, specialising on excavation and research of gallows squares and other places of execution, is trying out crowdfunding for her upcoming excavation project. You can take … Continue reading

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We all make mistakes, small ones, big ones, some that are easily fixed and some that haunt us for ages. (Sometimes small, easily fixed ones can still be of the haunting sort, though.) Mistakes are not nice to make, but … Continue reading

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