Image with the autograph of José Leite de Vasconcelos (one of the most important “archaeologists” from the beginning of the 20th century) taken from Cardoso, 2012. What if we tell you that knowing and understanding the past is not only important in Archaeology and History, but also in every science… Read More »Is History important in Archaeological Sciences?
Excavations at Gruta da Companheira finished last week, but that doesn’t mean the work stops. Due to its location, all the excavated sediment from within the cave is placed in bags and taken to the laboratory to be processed. It is up to us, here at the ICArEHB laboratory, to… Read More »I excavated 5L of sediment – what now?
The world has been upside down since the beginning of 2020, finding itself torn between a vaccination (that allows us to dream of the much-desired “end” of this pandemic) and new waves, strains and restrictions imposed by the evolution of COVID-19. As in all areas of society, Archeology and archaeological… Read More »Welcome to the 2021 archaeological season of ICArEHB!
On the 12th of June the Master’s and PhD students from the Archaeology course at the Universidade do Algarve joined in for a GIS workshop (Geographic Information System). This workshop, offered by researcher and teacher from ICArEHB, Dr. Célia Gonçalves (a GIS specialist), focused on teaching us the basics of… Read More »Putting GIS on the map.
Have you ever had problems with missing images and captions in Microsoft Word documents? Images that don’t stand still on a page? Have you ever spent hours formatting texts, indexes, and lists of figures? Well, if so, this post is definitely for you. It really doesn’t matter if you are… Read More »Is MS Word giving you too much trouble?