The ‘Day of Archaeology’ is an annual event where archaeologists (and those involved in archaeology) from all sectors, from all parts of the world write a blog post on the same day (this year on the 27th August). The aim is to illustrate the variety of the work that is done under the ‘archaeology’ banner and the variety of people that do this work. The ‘Day of Archaeology’ has been taking place since 2011 and 2017 is scheduled to be its last.
The ScARF project has taken part every year that there has been a ScARF person in post and you can read the contributions from over the years by following the links below:
2014 – No ScARF entry
2013 – No ScARF entry
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