Monthly Archives: April 2012

Porcine Aviators

Archaeological air-photography, recording the texture of past human activity in the landscape, can be a tremendously exciting exercise.  Crop-marks reflecting the differential growth of crops over buried archaeological features or structures which retain more or less moisture and nutrients than … Continue reading

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Boltby Scar Public Lectures

Boltby Scar excavation director, Professor Dominic Powlesland and print-maker Paul Musgrove will combine forces to deliver two talks at the North York Moors National Park visitor centre at Sutton Bank on May 10th. starting at 7.00pm. Dominic will discuss the … Continue reading

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Archaeology in the Landscape

We are delighted to continue our collaboration with print-maker Paul Musgrove, which began with the creation of a series of etchings and Japanese woodblock prints derived from the results of LRC excavations, geophysical and aerial surveys in the Vale of Pickering and exhibited at Scampston Walled … Continue reading

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