Monthly Archives: September 2011

Stuart Piggott’s Lunatics

I’ve been working on the Stuart Piggott archive, in particular with his drafts and correspondence about his book The Druids. His attempt in trying to discover what Druids were really like rather than continuing some of the myths that existed … Continue reading

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In Search of the Eskelhem Horse Trappings

When I first started planning a 3-day mini-holiday to Sweden, I knew that I wanted to tie in a little bit of Jacobsthal-related research while I was there. Unfortunately, Jacobsthal didn’t include any Swedish artefacts in Early Celtic Art. Looking … Continue reading

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Publications from the Archives

Working in an archive isn’t just about cataloguing papers and photographs – it’s also about researching and publicising your collections. Our latest paper about Paul Jacobsthal is being published in the European Journal of Archaeology.  This article, titled ‘Post-war Identity … Continue reading

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