Geography, Earth and environment at Brighton

What can a handaxe say about us?

I’ve just returned from leading a really exciting expedition in Tanzania, a country rich in archaeological history. Working with our collaborators on site, Dr Pastory Bushozi from the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, and Dr Martin Bates, from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, we took samples of sediments around hand axes…

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New techniques developed at the University of Brighton to help archaeologists ‘see’ underground are starting to unlock the industrial secrets of an ancient civilisation. Would you like to be involved in a project like this? I’m Chris Carey, Geography with Archaeology course leader at Brighton and I had a Eureaka moment on a field trip…

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