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4 years 5 months ago
RT : A new blog post on our recent spring dig and a visit from the to see the Lyminge chicken assemblage http:/…
4 years 5 months ago
RT : The new special feature is here, the new special feature is here. I'm somebody now! http://t.co/UFaiUkxlkA
4 years 5 months ago
Cataloging the swag. http://t.co/rXUj1WEnZL
4 years 5 months ago
RT : “: Cock v serpent! And now I'm just going to slowly back away. http://t.co/S7tsVO1NXW
4 years 5 months ago
And even more osteoarthritis. This old (very old) cockerel must have been a well-known character http://t.co/Z41HYUe62d
4 years 5 months ago
Oh, even more hens with palaeopathology...at least one per bag this morning. Here's another eg with osteoarthritis http://t.co/sQwQVKl1qf
4 years 5 months ago
And another old disabled hen from http://t.co/N4CKJnxIgL
4 years 5 months ago
One for poor old hen with osteoarthritis. http://t.co/uGe08L9hJE
4 years 5 months ago
RT : Fothergill & Sterry (TransSahara) paper accepted to XIe Colloque International:Histoire et Archeologie …
4 years 5 months ago
Day 2: All hands on deck to extract chicken bones from assemblage. http://t.co/GVooHTF8Em
4 years 5 months ago
RT : The highlight of my evening has been discovering - anything that combines chickens and archaeology certainly g…
4 years 5 months ago
4 years 5 months ago
Interesting. Late Saxon contexts from are indeed swimming in chickens but the Early Saxon contexts have hardly any...
4 years 5 months ago
4 years 5 months ago
Knowledge transfer in action: geneticist and isotope researcher are learning about chicken anatomy & why it matters http://t.co/MrZGu8SKsz
4 years 5 months ago
Bones arrive with the scientists who will tell us what the chickens ate and what the looked like. http://t.co/t5l9tWJ3i8
4 years 5 months ago
Ouch! Poor hen - compound fracture to bottom of leg bone. But well healed! http://t.co/s6kCmZOT48
4 years 5 months ago
Lazy scientists... http://t.co/GQAgnn6nn9
4 years 5 months ago
Hands just a blur as chicken bones are analysed and recorded. http://t.co/FIdwTjsq7l
4 years 5 months ago
Computers on. Data collection methods being trialled on 8th/9th century AD chicken from monastic site http://t.co/YyHBcKQS52

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