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A rare example of #BronzeAge bark-working technology - a container, possibly a bucket, made of just two separate pieces of bark. Stitched bark containers are known in Britain from the Neolithic onward, and it's likely they had a broad range of uses #Archaeology #Gloucestershire https://t.co/BKNm8eyozc
Malcolm would like to remind everyone that the pandemic is still ongoing, so if you could stop trying to touch his apparently irresistible floof, that would be very much appreciated. We wouldn't even dream of arguing with you, Malcolm... #SirYesSir #KeepYourDistance #CatOfTheDay https://t.co/bcWoOOLkBz
#CASiteTeam uncovered a former clay-pipe factory in #Bath, and this incredible illustration by talented CA #illustrator, Esther, has helped us to identify the shield-mark of Joseph Smith - a pipe maker who ran the factory from 1782 until he sold the business in 1810! #archaeology https://t.co/NOtIYAAymW
Obie heard he can meet up with his mates now. Is really excited, however has spent lockdown hiding tennis balls across his local park. Panicking that when he walks past his stash he'll alert the others. Is off to collect them and hoard them at his house #GoodLuckObie #CatOfTheDay https://t.co/BoQmkrkL0c
Join @BristolMuseum for a FREE talk (via Zoom) tomorrow at 2pm. They'll reveal what happened when they discovered a mysterious and seemingly undocumented box in the #archaeology store, and the curatorial detective work that followed!
Bookings close at 11am https://t.co/GgFmEqNn3R https://t.co/EWxv7Y7zi7