Micropasts

A community platform for conducting, designing and funding research into our human past. The Scheme's latest partnership project in conjunction with UCL and funded by the AHRC.

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Day of Archaeology

Following on from the first two years of the Day of Archaeology project, 2013 saw the third iteration of the project. You can find out more about what over 400 archaeologists do for a career.

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Staffordshire Hoard papers

The Staffordshire Hoard symposium papers have been published for all to access and edited by Helen Geake. The hoard's records are being added slowly to the database.

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Bronze Age object guide

Learn about Bronze Age objects, their form and function. This guide was written by Ben Roberts, Alessia Murgia, Emma Traherne and David Parker

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PAStexplorers

Back in the mists of time, the Scheme commissioned a children's website and this is due to be revamped shortly. You can still use it for now.

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Research in progress

The Scheme's database provides the basis of over 370 research projects and has enabled the Scheme to gain funding for several large grants - Leverhulme and AHRC funding for instance.

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