Media Library https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/ Media Library en-us Dr Michael Dee - The rise and fall of the first Egyptian state Dr Michael Dee, from the University of Oxford, speaks about his research with radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling to develop a new chronology for the first Egyptian state. This talk was given as part of the University of Cardiff's Archaeology Research Seminar Series on 3 April 2014. <p><br>Original contributor Richard Madgwick</p> https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4005 Sun, 08 Jun 2014 15:30:49 GMT https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4005 Dr Martin Ziegler - Cultural Roots 'Cultural Roots: Development of early modern humans linked to abrupt climate change' Dr Martin Ziegler from Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zurich speaks about his research on the link between paleoclimate, paleoceanography, and early humans at Cardiff University’s Archaeology Research Seminars in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion. Recorded 13 March 2014.<p><br>Original contributor Richard Madgwick</p> https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4004 Sun, 08 Jun 2014 15:20:51 GMT https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4004 Prof Anthony Snodgrass - Statics and Dynamics in Greek Agriculture Professor Anthony Snodgrass from the University of Cambridge speaks about his research on the archaeology of Greece and the Boeotia Survey at Cardiff University’s Archaeology Research Seminars in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion. Recorded 6 February 2014. <p><br>Original contributor Richard Madgwick</p> https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4003 Sun, 08 Jun 2014 15:12:44 GMT https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4003 Puffins amidst prehistory: Using remote sensing and integrated survey 'Puffins amidst prehistory: Using remote sensing and integrated survey to understand the prehistoric field systems of Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire.' Dr Toby Driver from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales speaks about his research on the prehistoric field systems of Skomer Island at Cardiff University’s Archaeology Research Seminars in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion. Recorded 30 January 2014. <p><br>Original contributor Richard Madgwick</p> https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4002 Sun, 08 Jun 2014 15:03:46 GMT https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/4002 Dr. Peter Bray - Coping with copper 'Coping with copper: stress free approaches to understanding chemical composition (for fun and profit).' Dr. Peter Bray from the University of Oxford speaks about his research into the chemical composition of Bronze Age copper and people's engagement with it. Talk given as part of the University of Cardiff's Archaeology Research Seminar Series on 21st November 2013. <p><br>Original contributor Richard Madgwick</p> https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/3468 Wed, 29 Jan 2014 13:09:30 GMT https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/3468 Telling Times: Sequences, seriation and sacrifice in early Egypt Telling Times: Sequences, seriation and sacrifice in early Egypt. Dr Alice Stevenson, curator of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL (University College London), speaks about her latest research projects at Cardiff University’s Archaeology Research Seminars in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion. Recorded 5th December 2013.<p><br>Original contributor Richard Madgwick</p> https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/3411 Tue, 14 Jan 2014 10:17:41 GMT https://hml.cardiff.ac.uk/Play/3411