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This week’s blog is by Dr Katharina Zinn, Senior Lecturer in Egyptian Archaeology and Heritage at UWTSD Lampeter. She recently ran a workshop with a local school which explored the way we present and relate to archaeological artefacts. Why always create …

Museum of Lies Read More »

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This week’s blog is by Mandiza Landsmeer, who is studying for a BA in Ancient History and Archaeology at UWTSD Lampeter. Mandiza is a first-year student.    Waking up on the 27th of January at 5 a.m. was certainly not something …

Fieldtrip to the Ashmolean: Experiencing the Material Culture of the Past Read More »

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Women in Antiquity: Real Women across the Ancient World (edited by Stephanie Budin and Jean MacIntosh Turfa; London, Routledge 2016)

Hot off the press this important new book explores the lives of women across the ancient world, from Mesopotamia and Egypt to the classical civilisations of the Mediterranean and as far as the Celtic fringe. The chronological span is equally …

Women in Antiquity by UWTSD Archaeologists Read More »

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The blog below was written by UWTSD Senior Lecturer in Egyptian Archaeology and Heritage, Dr Katharina Zinn. There is a dream of anyone working in a museum to find a forgotten object or even an overlooked collection. Amazingly this dream …

Shaping Welsh identity? – Egyptian Objects and their biographies as medium of intangible heritage Read More »

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