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Providing world-class expertise on a wide range of ages, places and topics, the Department of Archaeology offers innovative and stimulating learning and research opportunities. We provide a wide range of resources, including laboratories and the Digital Humanities Centre. Our staff are involved in archaeological projects in the UK and overseas, and students are frequently invited to participate.
PhD Student wins prize at World Archaeology Congress
DescriptionAlaa Alrawaibah who has been recognised for her research into Saudi Arabia's museums and heritage winning a prize for best student poster at the World Archaeology Congress in Jordan.Date:15/03/2013
University and National Trust partnership to promote Britain's wild venison
DescriptionIt's cheap, healthy and sustainable and its provenance can easily be traced back to its free-range, organic roots. So why aren't we Brits eating more wild venison?Archaeologists at The University of Nottingham are joining forces with the National Trust to promote the benefits of eating the meat by charting the history of fallow deer herds at their properties, starting at Charlecote Park in Warwickshire.Date:07/03/2013
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