Tag Archives: bones

Cooking with gas

Tonight I christened the newly installed hob and the extractor fan. What a joy to cook on. And the dials make sense. The extractor fan has touch controls and the light is so good, I don’t need to put the … Continue reading

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Bones of the 40,000

Now I’ve seen quite a few strange things on my various travels but few compare with the ossuary at Sedlec. I saw a piece on the television years ago which featured it but had completely forgotten about it until we … Continue reading

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Primary Forensics

So, today, Dawn and I attended a day course in forensic archaeology, ostensibly about Egyptian archaeology. I think I’ve been spoilt by university. The debates, the cut and thrust of opinion, agreeing and disagreeing with the lecturer. This wasn’t like … Continue reading

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