So @hosfield_r and myself set up this page for links to online teaching resources for the Palaeolithic and we want to add to it so pls share!
The mailing list is aimed at UK and near neighbours Palaeolithic/Pleistocene research, practise & engagement.
@YorkshireMuseum Our wheelie great Victorian coaches have been a hit with visitors for 80 years!
When we opened, the coach was driven around York to advertise. But the rented horses were usually used for delivering milk - so they kept stopping at their usual delivery stops! #TremendousTransport!
The Battle of Britain began #onthisday in 1940. Did you know that, when the Luftwaffe bombed #Spitfire factories in Southampton, women, children and non-combatant men built a fleet in secret? This is their story: https://t.co/ZVrP0Iq18P #BattleOfBritain #OTD #WW2 #SecretSpitfires
Wrote a tiny piece about the spectacularly 'camouflaged' WWI Dazzle Ships for the similarly spectacular, coast/sea-themed issue of Pleasure Garden, out today. Looks incredible https://t.co/vTwqz6nEdS
Join Historic Blacksmith, Thomas Timbrell as he takes you step by step through the creation of an Iron Age Sword.
Thomas created the wonderful replica's of The Mystery Warrior's Shield, Spear & Sword!
#MysteryWarrior #MuseumFromHome #Blacksmith
#FossilFriday Detail of a hand-coloured plate from Jacob Theodor Klein’s Petrafactorum Gedanensium (1770) showing various fossil crinoid columnals, some with pentaradial facets.
Thursday to Sunday: 11am to 3pm
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