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Barbie given black eyes, split lips and bruises for new exhibition

Barbie given black eyes, split lips and bruises for new exhibition

Three of the dolls by Sam Humphreys, from Essex, are on show at Leicester University, at an exhibition looking at depictions of violence against women in art.

Soil resistance work is carried out by archaeologists from the University of Leicester at the stone circle site in Avebury.

Avebury stone circle contains hidden square, archaeologists find

A new archaeological survey at Avebury, England, reveals that one of the largest prehistoric stone circles may have once been a smaller square.

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Hidden Stories  Android App - playslack.com , This app has woven creative writing with smartphone technology to create a fascinating literary exploration of Leicester's Cultural Quarter; specially commissioned poetry, plays and narrative fiction explore urban locations and their history.Follow trails around the area to find original content and uncover the Cultural Quarter's hidden stories. Each trail starts with a white marker on the map which signifies the first chapter of the story.You…

This app has woven creative writing with smartphone technology to create a fascinating literary exploration of Leicesters Cultural Quarter; specially commissioned poetry, plays and narrative fiction

As a Ricardian, if you decided to embark on a project evaluating what really happened during the reign of Richard III, which narrative sourc...

Richard III dig: Facial reconstruction shows how king may have looked Richard III facial reconstruction The reconstruction is based on a computer scan of Richard's skull

Rapa Nui, Moai, Páscoa

The Rapa Nui (Easter Island) heads have bodies! While this isn't news in the Archaeology world, the discovery of hieroglyphs on the bases sort of is. Really interesting stuff!

The Uffington White Horse is a stylized prehistoric hill carving formed from trenches filled with chalk. It is situated on the slopes of White Horse Hill in the English parish of Uffington. Dating back 3,000 years, to the Bronze Age, the horse is thought to represent a tribal symbol perhaps connected with the builders of Uffington Castle. An organization, "Save the Unicorn at Ufington," with more than 1000 members claim the white chalk figure was originally meant to depict the mythical…

10 mysterious geoglyphs around the globe

The Uffington White Horse is a highly stylized prehistoric hill figure, 110 m long feet), formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk. The figure presumably dates to the Iron Age BC–AD or the late Bronze Age BC)

Archaeologists discover a 'little Pompeii' in France

Archaeologists discover a 'little Pompeii' in France

Archaeologists discovered the Roman neighbourhood, which dates back to century AD, in Sainte Colombe, a small town near the city of Vienne.

A second Stonehenge: archaeologists unearth 'huge sibling' just two miles from ancient site

A second Stonehenge: archaeologists unearth 'huge sibling' just two miles from ancient site

Boscawen stone circle - Boscawen Un (or The Merry Maidens). Near St. Buryan, Cornwall, England. Circa 3000 B.C.

Boscawen Stone Circle - Boscawen Un (The Merry Maidens), Cornwall, England, ca. 3000 B.

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