British Archaeological Jobs Resource

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  • British Archaeological Jobs Resource — The British Archaeological Jobs Resource (BAJR) began in 1999 as independent organisation run by an archaeologist for archaeologists and heritage workers and now ranks alongside the national institutions of archaeology in the United Kingdom, such …   Wikipedia

  • William Hunt and Sons — or WHS is a British brand of masonry tools.Originally, William Hunt was a tool manufacturing firm from Sheffield in England. The company was founded in 1793, acquired by Brades Nash Industries in 1951, by Spear and Jackson in 1962, and by Neill… …   Wikipedia

  • Institute of Field Archaeologists — The Institute of Field Archaeologists is a professional organisation for archaeologists working in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1982 to represent the profession and currently has over 2,500 [… …   Wikipedia

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  • budgerow — udg e*row, n. [Hindi bajr[=a].] A large and commodious, but generally cumbrous and sluggish boat, used for journeys on the Ganges. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Archaeological ethics — refers to a number of moral issues raised through the study of the material past.In common with other academic disciplines, archaeologists are bound to conduct their investigations to a high standard and observe intellectual property laws, Health …   Wikipedia

  • Marshalltown trowel — The Marshalltown trowel is the favoured tool of archaeologists in the United States of America[1]. Korean, Japanese, and Canadian archaeologists are also particularly fond of this useful tool. Made by the Marshalltown Company of Marshalltown,… …   Wikipedia

  • Training excavation — Training excavations are normally run by University departments or large contractors and employ professional archaeologists in several disciplines to teach the basics of archaeological methodology, including photography, stratigraphy,… …   Wikipedia

  • Current Archaeology — Editor in Chief Andrew Selkirk Frequency Monthly Publisher Current Publishing First issue 1967 …   Wikipedia

  • Odyssey Marine Exploration — The Odyssey Explorer is Odyssey Marine Exploration s platform to search for and recover sunken treasure. Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc. (NASDAQ: OMEX) is an American company engaged in the sal …   Wikipedia

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