What clues can artefacts reveal about our past? Celebrate National Archaeology Week 2017 with the special Meet our Curator sessions at the Queensland Museum. View up close unique artefacts from the Museum’s archaeology collection, discover how archaeologists reconstruct human activity from fragments left behind and find out about research currently being conducted by museum archaeologists. Date: […]

What clues can artefacts reveal about our past? Celebrate National Archaeology Week 2017 with the special Meet our Curator sessions at the Queensland Museum. View up close unique artefacts from the Museum’s archaeology collection, discover how archaeologists reconstruct human activity from fragments left behind and find out about research currently being conducted by museum archaeologists. Date: […]

Archaeological research of material culture, such as cargo and crew’s personal belongings, on-board certain 19th-century ships offer significant insight into the blending of different cultures at a time when global maritime exploration was at its peak. Learn about the Chinese immigrant steamship Mecca (1878) wrecked in the Torres Strait with a collection of Chinese ‘cash’ […]

What clues can artefacts reveal about our past? Celebrate National Archaeology Week 2017 with the special Meet our Curator sessions at the Queensland Museum. View up close unique artefacts from the Museum’s archaeology collection, discover how archaeologists reconstruct human activity from fragments left behind and find out about research currently being conducted by museum archaeologists. Date: […]

What clues can artefacts reveal about our past? Celebrate National Archaeology Week 2017 with the special Meet our Curator sessions at the Queensland Museum. View up close unique artefacts from the Museum’s archaeology collection, discover how archaeologists reconstruct human activity from fragments left behind and find out about research currently being conducted by museum archaeologists. Date: […]

What clues can artefacts reveal about our past? Celebrate National Archaeology Week 2017 with the special Meet our Curator sessions at the Queensland Museum. View up close unique artefacts from the Museum’s archaeology collection, discover how archaeologists reconstruct human activity from fragments left behind and find out about research currently being conducted by museum archaeologists. Date: […]

Few would dispute that the development and sustainability of cities is dependent on agriculture, but how farming practice changed to support dense agglomerations of people during the early stages of urbanisation— often labelled ‘agricultural intensification’ — has remained obscure. Here Professor Amy Bogaard presents new research designed to address this question using case studies from […]