Stone tools are a key aspect of prehistory. They are well preserved in the archaeological record and can tell us a lot about the technology and culture of hunter gatherer groups. Nowadays, we have plastic and metal – our knives, forks and scissors are all made of these materials. In… Read More »August is the month for… fieldwork!
Roz Gillis is the coordinator of the Development of Complex Societies research group, Stable isotope working group for ICAZ and member of the ICArEHB board of Direction. Want to know what she does? Then stick around and read what she shared with the Archaeologist’s Notebook. Archaeology is rubbish! No, it… Read More »Meet Roz Gillis from ICArEHB