Forensic Archaeology Explained


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We had a fascinating evening on Wednesday 6th September, when Professor John Hunter explained the history, approach and techniques of Forensic Archaeology.  There were case studies to review, interactive questions and we all learned something new about topography and flora and fauna responding to ground disturbances.

The whole evening was most engaging, although I must confess I may have struggled to eat the delicious Tysoe WI cake afterwards!

Thank you again to Professor John Hunter; not only for such a compelling discussion topic, but for judging the best alcoholic beverage and flower arrangement competitions.  Dee Spencer won with her banana liqueur.  Jennie Rake came first with her Wiegelia arrangement and Emma Moffat came second with her Yellow Rose.

One thought on “Forensic Archaeology Explained

  1. It was a very interesting and stimulating talk about a fascinating subject that I for one knew little about . A good evening !


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