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Staff and postgraduate students from the department of archaeology share their thoughts on exciting discoveries, quirky research and anything archaeology-related that’s too long to tweet. It could cover topics from our earliest ancestors in Africa, to the size of houses in Norwich, and anything in between. The title reflects the fact that you don’t have to be excavating to be an archaeologist.
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