Monthly Archives: October 2014

3D Models of Olduvai Gorge Handaxes

These two handaxes belong to the EF-HR locality, in Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania). EF-HR is located in the North side of the Olduvai Gorge. It was discovered in 1931 by Sir Evelyn Fuchs and Professor Hans Reck, and named after their

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MicroPasts Crowd-funding

Hello! We’ve just launched the latest part of theMicroPasts project: a crowd-funding website. Have a look at https://crowdfunded.micropasts.org and see if you can help. Through this website, it is possible to raise up to £5,000 to fund archaeological or historical

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UCL Institute of Archaeology research seminar on MicroPasts

A presentation given by Andy Bevan at the Institute of Archaeology Research Seminar Series, UCL Institute of Archaeology, 6 October 2014.

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Crowd-sourcing, crowd-funding & the collaborative management of archaeological heritage

A presentation given by Chiara Bonacchi at the 20th annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Istanbul, 10-14 September 2014. Chiara

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