As always the full list of blogs is here and let me know of any I have missed. So nice weekend reading for you:
Bamburgh Research Project’s Blog- http://bamburghresearchproject.wordpress.com/
The Bamburgh Research Project (BRP) is an independent, non-profit archaeological project investigating Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, one of the most important archaeological sites currently under excavation in northern England. Since 1996 we’ve been working to uncover the history of this fascinating castle and its environs, from prehistory to the present day. We aim, through our work, to bring this past to life for everyone.
This blog is a place for us to share our news, our work and our passions with anyone and everyone who is interested in what we do. During the open season (3rd June to the 27th August 2012), we’ll be blogging our archaeology as we dig it, so you can share in our finds, our frustrations and, of course, our fun – we hope you’ll share with us in turn!
Archaeology in Tennessee- http://contextintn.wordpress.com/
For those who love Tennessee archaeology, this blog is one small attempt to reignite the lost campfire. I encourage you to view this blog as a new campfire we can all gather around to talk about Tennessee archaeology and various other subjects.
A Very Remote Period Indeed- http://averyremoteperiodindeed.blogspot.co.uk/
A blog reviewing recent archaeological publications having to do with Paleolithic archaeology, paleoanthropology, lithic technology, hunter-gatherers and archaeological theory.