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The case of the disappearing medieval buildings…

As we were scanning another box of late 19th century lantern slides, we came across this lovely picture of the Duomo in Florence (Firenze), Italy…. Janice thought she had taken a very similar picture on a recent holiday, and brought … Continue reading

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The Second Paul Jacobsthal Public Speaking Competition

Congratulations to the team from Oxford Spires Academy! They won the second Paul Jacobsthal Public Speaking Competition held at Christ Church College, Oxford last week. A big congratulations, too, to everyone who took part. The standard was, once more, incredibly … Continue reading

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Martyn Jope and the history of archaeological science

Professor Martyn Jope of the Queen’s University, Belfast was active in the promotion of archaeological science. He was one of a group of scholars who developed and promoted research in radiocarbon dating, DNA analysis, collagen and molecular archaeology. Our small … Continue reading

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Jacobsthal Exhibition Photos

We had a wonderful time at the exhibition opening and were so pleased with all of the familiar faces who turned up! Have a browse through this gallery of photos from the launch, courtesy of Rory Carnegie. And remember, the … Continue reading

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Our Grand Opening

After months of hard work, we are terribly excited to announce that our museum exhibition on Paul Jacobsthal opens this coming Sunday! The exhibit will explore the life of Paul Jacobsthal by answering broader questions about the time in which … Continue reading

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