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Cambridge Archaeology at the 2019 Science Festival

Cambridge Archaeology are hosting and participating in a number of events throughout this year's Science Festival. Find out more!

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A c. 2,700-year-old Mesopotamian story is brought to life for London audiences

New play ‘Ashurbanipal: The Last Great King of Assyria’ by Cambridge Assyriologist Dr Selena Wisnom opens this month in The Crypt Gallery, Euston.

A c. 2,700-year-old Mesopotamian story is brought to life for London audiences - Read More…

Eddington's prehistoric and Roman past

Artefacts from the Cambridge Archaeological Unit's excavations at Eddington go on display at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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Field Archaeologists in Residence (FAiR) Appointed

Two awards have been made for the 2019 Field Archaeologist in Residence scheme.

Field Archaeologists in Residence (FAiR) Appointed - Read More…

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Cambridge Archaeology at the 2019 Science Festival

Mar 07, 2019

Cambridge Archaeology are hosting and participating in a number of events throughout this year's Science Festival. Find out more!

A c. 2,700-year-old Mesopotamian story is brought to life for London audiences

Feb 15, 2019

New play ‘Ashurbanipal: The Last Great King of Assyria’ by Cambridge Assyriologist Dr Selena Wisnom opens this month in The Crypt Gallery, Euston.

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