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Planned and run by undergraduates from the School of History, Archaeology and Religion, Heritage Hunters is a free drop-in event during half term for families with children.
Archaeologists and chemists trace ancient British diets
History of classic song with Welsh roots, Wales Today, BBC1 Wales
Cardiff modern historian Dr Toby Thacker and Professor Rachel Cowgill of Cardiff School of Music contributed to a story on the brothers behind World War One song Pack Up Your Troubles featured on Wales Today on 31 January.
The song started life as a throwaway music hall number but became one of the iconic songs of WWI. Composed by two brothers from Denbighshire, this coverage on BBC Wales’ flagship news programme and BBC online delved into its history, with interviews with Cardiff academics.
Take a look on BBC Wales News
Exemplary access to national heritage - Assembly session commends CAER!
Eluned Parrott AM raised the work of CAER - Caerau and Ely Rediscovering Heritage Project run by Cardiff SHARE and the community of Ely and Caerau in partnership this week in a session discussing access to our Heritage at the Welsh Assembly Government.
She celebrates the importance of community involvement and not only access to significant sites.
See for yourself here
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'Redating Early England: Explaining the end of Early Anglo-Saxon funerary traditions' has been nominated in the Research Project of the Year category in the Archaeology Awards 2014.