On Tuesday, 30 July Lorna Richardson gave an extremely interesting talk entitled “The Day of Archaeology: using Internet technology to provide a window on the profession” to the Oxford Experience summer school.
The Day of Archaeology is a project that lets archaeologists post stories about a day in their work. The purpose is to inform the general public about the sort of work that archaeologists do.
The main web site is at:
Looking through the posts shows how varied archaeological work can be. Here are just a few of the more unusual posts: