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If you’re looking for things to go to, or something to read, here are possibilities: The EXAR conference, which will take place in Vienna on September 26 to 29, has its programme online. Registration is possible via their website, with … Continue reading

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Here’s some stuff about places you could go at times when there are things that might be vastly interesting: The CfP of the EXAR conference in Vienna, September 26 to 29 2019, is ending on June 15. You can send … Continue reading

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It has taken a good while, but it’s finally all settled – the European Textile Forum 2019 has a venue, and it will take place November 4-10 as planned. Our venue for this year is the Lauresham Laboratory for Experimental … Continue reading

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The annual meeting of EXAR, or, with its full name, the European Association for the Advancement of Archaeology by Experiment, will be taking place in Vienna/Austria this year, from September 26 to 29. Presentations will be held on September 27 … Continue reading

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If you’re interested in attending the Early Textiles Study Group conference “Fibres in Early Textiles” at the Uni Glasgow, 6-7 June 2019, registration is open – and places are limited, so you might want to register as soon as possible.

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Just in case you are not into textiles, but more into stones – or know someone who is: The ArchaeoParc Val Senales is having a Flint Knapping Symposium on May 29 to June 1. It’s a conference for experts, museum … Continue reading

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Here are a few things for the German readers among you – with one bonus English article, so I’ll start with that one: A woman from a medieval monastery close to Paderborn has been identified as a scribe through blue … Continue reading

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