Monthly Archives: August 2014

Sherds and archives

Since my last post I have analysed 918 ceramic sherds from the Fayum and E-75-8 at Nabta Playa. I have just over one week left in the UK and 450 sherds left, so it shouldn’t be a problem to get … Continue reading

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The legacy of the early twentieth century

Hi everyone, This past week I have been examining collections at UCL’s Petrie Museum. This museum, tucked away on the UCL campus holds over 18,000 artefacts collected from numerous excavations across Egypt and Sudan. All of these artefacts are from late … Continue reading

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Work out of the field – Five days in and three museums down

Hi everyone, Josh here. As part of my PhD research investigating the Neolithic ceramics of the Fayum, I am travelling to the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Austria to analyse museum collections prior to (hopefully) going to analyse ceramics in the … Continue reading

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