Humanities - History/Archeology

History - Jun 30
History
A new study has shown that golden and white-tailed eagles were widespread and common throughout historic Wales. Scientists looked at their historical distribution as part of their bid to bring the species, which became regionally extinct in the early-1800s, back to the Welsh countryside. During their research they gained fascinating insights by looking at archaeological, fossil and observational records - and even Welsh place names.
Social Sciences - Jun 18

Evidence of an elite adult male conceived through a socially sanctioned incestuous relationship during the Neolithic period has been discovered in Ireland's largest passage tomb, finds a new study involving UCL and Trinity College Dublin.

History - Jun 10
History

The earliest playhouse in London may have been discovered at a site in Whitechapel, by a team of archaeologists from UCL.

History - Jun 16

A new report by the charity Waterloo Uncovered reveals how archaeological work on the battlefield of Waterloo is helping Veterans and Serving Military Personnel with recovery from some of the mental and physical impacts of their service.

Life Sciences - May 28

The Near East was a crossroad for the ancient world's greatest civilizations, and invasions over centuries caused enormous changes in cultures, religions and languages. However, a new study of the DNA of ancient skeletons spanning 4,000 years has revealed that most of these changes had no lasting effect on the genetics of the local population of Beirut.

Currently 5 Job in field History/Archeology.
Selected Jobs
History/Archeology - 19.06
Lecturer in Modern British History (Psychology and Selfhood) (T&R) Queen Mary University of London
Materials Science - 15.06
Conservation Research Fellow - Chromotype University of Oxford
History/Archeology - 08.06
Departmental Lecturer in European History (1650-1780) University of Oxford
History/Archeology - 08.06
Departmental Lecturer in Ancient History University of Oxford
History/Archeology - 02.06
University Lecturer in Assyriology University of Cambridge
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