Dig at Rubayqa

Professor Andrew Petersen of the UWTSD School of Archaeology, History and Anthropology was presenting this week on ‘Water Resources and Use in Qatar Prior to the Discovery of Oil’ in the Quatar Foundation Annual Research Conference. The conference “builds on nationwide …

Archaeology Professor Andrew Peterson presented work at prestigious Qatar Conference Read more »

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Inscription mentioning 'nemeton'.

Celtic religions in antiquity is a lively area of research at UWTSD. The latest article by UWTSD Classics Senior Lecturer Dr Ralph Häußler presents his work on the Voconces, a Celtic people in Gaul. In the article ‘Vaison et la …

Religion among the Voconces Read more »

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Dr Louise Steel during the cone-making workshop in the Materialities lab

The blog below was written by one of our Ancient History and Archaeology students, Heather: I can put a spell on you!! …well not you, but I can cast a spell on your dead body… You are probably thinking that I …

Spell-casting ancient Egyptian style! Read more »

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Dr Martin Bates

An archaeologist from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David will be involved in a ground-breaking project to reconstruct an ancient landscape now hidden beneath the North Sea. Archaeologists, molecular biologists and computer scientists will work together to digitally re-construct …

UWTSD Archaeologist Supports Major Project to Uncover Ancient Land Lost Under the Sea Read more »

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Professor Gideon Shelach speaking on “The Transition to Agriculture and Sedentary Life Ways in Northeast China”

Professor Gideon Shelach visited UWTSD from the 15th-17th February and gave two talks to the research community here at the Lampeter campus. Professor Shelach, an eminent archaeologist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, carries out research into the origins of …

Sedentary Lifeways in Northeast China Read more »

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