Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Half the world is blogging!

A few days ago, I discovered that a colleague who also studied archaeology at Bamberg has been blogging since 2007 - he is not only excavating and publishing the results, he is also doing a very nice job designing virtual 3D models of historical sites and buildings. On the blog, Mathias Hensch is writing about his excavation work and the historical context, including photos of buildings and of course trenches (and archaeologists in trenches).

If you can read German or like to look at archaeologists at work, take a look at the blog of Schauhütte - Archäologische Dienstleistungen!

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