Issue No.39 - July 2014

Issue no.39 cover
First issued: July 2014Number of articles: 10
Editorial: One year on…
As I sit to construct this final editorial, I find myself looking back on the past 12 months as Editor-in-Chief of _The Post Hole_. As Henry Ward Beecher states...
British Archaeological Awards 2014
On the 14th July 2014, the bi-annual British Archaeological Awards UK was held at the British Museum. The event began at 2.30pm with a large number of different...
Taryn Bell: BA Archaeology at the University of York
The last three years have passed by so quickly, and I cannot believe I am writing a piece reflecting on my university experience. I can honestly say without a d...
Alex Loktionov: Egyptology and Assyriology at the University of Cambridge
This year, my principal area of research has been my undergraduate dissertation, which looks at transfer of literary motifs from Late Period Egypt to the royal ...
Katie Townsend: Archaeology at the University of Reading
As a final year undergraduate student in Archaeology at the University of Reading, I have not long completed my dissertation on the prevalence rates of non-spec...
Faye Morrissey: BA Historical Archaeology at the University of York
University has definitely been an amazing experience. The city, the course, the people – everything has been what I expected and more. Having applied to study...
Lucy Wheeler: Archaeology, The Post Hole and participation
The last three years of my degree have been so much more than learning archaeological practice for me. We all know the reference Hume made to historical archaeo...
James Perkins: BA Ancient History and Egyptology at University College London
I have just completed a BA in Ancient History and Egyptology from University College London. As part of the course, I wrote an undergraduate dissertation of 10,...
Charlotte Argue: Archaeology, Shipwrecks and Commercial Salvage
As my degree is coming to an end, I have had time to reflect on the three years spent in York. Studying archaeology has been extremely interesting, and being ab...
Kerrie Hoffman: Discovering Art in Archaeology at the University of York
University offered the opportunity to diversify my skill set whilst combining my interests in museums, exhibitions, buildings and artefacts within a degree in a...

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