Tag Archives: Stonehenge

HEIR loves Stonehenge!

One of the best parts about working on the HEIR project has been the opportunity to experiment with rephotographing sites in the pictures. On Thursday, 26th June I had the chance to visit Stonehenge. As well as seeing the new … Continue reading

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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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Perceptions of Stonehenge

The Archaeology Archive would like to welcome our first guest blogger, Brendan Maione-Downing from Harvard University. Brendan has been interning with the Institute of Archaeology for the summer and spent a week working with us in the Archive. One of … Continue reading

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