Issue No.22 - May 2012

Issue no.22 cover
First issued: May 2012Number of articles: 10
Editorial
Welcome back to The Post Hole. I hope all our readers have had a good Easter. I am happy to present a packed and diverse Issue 22 to you over the coming pages. ...
Queen's Anniversary Prize
Click to enlargeFigure 1 - From left, Doctor John Schofield, Catherine Hardman (ADS), Professor Julian Richards, Doctor Kate Giles and Professor Matthew Collins...
Hungate Interview - Dr. Jon Kenny
Dr. Jon Kenny is Community Archaeologist for York and the surrounding district, as well as being a staff member at York Archaeological Trust. Last interviewed b...
Kate Giles Interview
Doctor Kate Giles is a Senior Lecturer in Buildings Archaeology at the University of York. As Undergraduate Admissions Tutor she is also the first point of cont...
Food, Fur and Feathers: A Zooarchaeologist's Perspective on Hungate
Clare works as a Faunal Remains Specialist on the Hungate Project. Hungate is still turning up surprises. The other day, it was a pit full of bones of goose ...
Antiquity - The Best Job in the World
We greet Antiquity as it enters its tenth and last year in York - Martin Carver brought it here in 2003 when he was appointed editor. Since then he has edited 1...
Hungate Interview - Hannah Baxter
Hannah Baxter has spent just over a year working as intern to Dr. Jon Kenny. She has recently become a full time member of staff at York Archaeological Trust. T...
A Century On: The 'Titanic' Legacy
It was a clear, cold night in April 1912, when history was made. A powerful steam ship, cutting through the waters of the Atlantic at speed, met a towering iceb...
Growing as an Archaeologist at Hungate
Sarah is a Year 3 Archaeology student and a YAT volunteer. The Hungate excavation, run by York Archaeological Trust (YAT), was the first dig that I had been ...
An Etiquette Guide to...Fieldwork
Click to enlargeFigure 1 - Pick Your Supervisor! Will it Be. . . ? Top Left: The Thinker. Top Right: The Sunbather. Bottom Left: The Fisherman. Bottom Right: Th...

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