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27 June 2023
Summertime and the digging is easy: archaeology and conservation students head out on degree highlight placements
21 June 2023
Volunteers from Caerau and Ely investigate well-preserved flooring and other unique features of ancient structure
8 March 2023
Marshall and Fulbright programmes give successful applicants the opportunity to study in the UK
6 March 2023
University experiments, workshops and demonstrations delivered as part of city’s science festival
24 January 2023
Cardiff conservators design training for practical implementation in museums
16 January 2023
Revolutionising the chronology and context at Saqqara’s Sacred Animal Necropolis
9 January 2023
Undergraduate archaeology degrees at Cardiff are the latest to be formally accredited as providing skills relevant to a career in the historic environment.
15 December 2022
Experts in archaeology and religious studies are following the footsteps of a famous early influential Chinese Buddhist traveler
12 December 2022
Host of archaeologists and alumni gather to honour contributions of admired archaeology staff
10 November 2022
Young people get creative to unearth their city’s past
Enabling the brightest and best to explore and share their passion for past societies and religious beliefs, from prehistory to the present day.
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