Monday, September 07, 2009

The Museum of Underwater Archaeology In The Field

The Museum of Underwater Archaeology (MUA) has a number of online field journals kept by students with photos and information. I found the University of West Florida's 2009 Field School journal (towards the bottom of the page) to be very interesting.


The Museum of Underwater Archaeology In The Field

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Anonymous said...

The most significant hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure ever found will be unveiled at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on Thursday September 24th at 11.30pm.

A number of artefacts will be available to view with experts on hand to provide analysis.

The hoard has already been labelled 'as significant if not more so' than the world famous Sutton Hoo find (1939)

For more information, please visit www.birminghamnewsroom.com or email geoffrey.coleman@birmingham.gov.uk

Birmingham City Council Press Office

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