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2 months 6 days ago
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2 months 6 days ago
RT : this morning we have moved from horses to chickens!
7 months 2 days ago
First academic paper from our ‘Going Places’ project almost ready for submission! More to follow!
8 months 2 weeks ago
RT : Congratulations for submitting your PhD today https://t.co/a6GimvGgXv
10 months 2 weeks ago
RT : It seems the message that birds are dinosaurs is spreading, though possibly not as intended... https://t.co/xrd9XmQkQT
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1 year 1 week ago
RT : New Not Just A Game podcast on depictions in board games! Not exactly , but Pacal of Palenque gets an… https://t.co/25QEY6DCWL
1 year 1 week ago
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1 year 3 weeks ago
RT : Excited to present our research on medieval ritual deposits with chicken 🐔 at this afternoon!
1 year 4 weeks ago
RT : Theresa May has succeeded in providing the hostile environment for migrants she promised. Read here. https://t.co/WcZ8KyI3Vu
1 year 1 month ago
RT : Feast your eyes upon this new article from , , Bea Demarchi, and me: https://t.co/Bj3WLhDJQN
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RT : Retweeting this cheeky chicken's tale for https://t.co/rLi0rGeY6p
1 year 1 month ago
So how did chickens get from Southeast Asia into Europe? Via Africa! The next step on the https://t.co/LD0O1O1puF
1 year 1 month ago
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