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Past Horizons Magazine issue 4 September 2008

Past Horizons Magazine issue 4 September 2008

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Published by David Connolly
Past Horizons Magazine issue 4 September 2008
Editorial
News: Recent news stories from around the world
Rwanda: Discovering a Forgotten Past
Two students from University College London using archaeological evidence that may help to heal a divided nation.
Kota Mama
A look back at the thrilling series of expeditions led by the famous adventurer John Blashford-Snell in South America.
Ometepe
Lie back in your hammock and enjoy an account of life on a Nicaraguan island whilst recording petroglyhs.
Nokalakevi
The story of excavations in this tiny Georgian village with a big history and a turbulent past.
Kabyle
A new project in Bulgaria using a range of techniques to survey the environs of this ancient but well preserved city on the Thracian Plain.
Viewpoint
David Connolly examines the long terms effects of the destruction of hertitage within conflict zones.
Dig Cook
Annie Evans on culinary escapades, with a delicious recipe each issue.
Profi le
We interview W Michael Smith of the Ometepe Petroglyph Project.
Conference Call
A selection of conferences from around the world.
Interested In...
This edition we look at the study of mosaics.
Fun Page
Have a break.- Film review and the Dead Prof cartoon.
Past Horizons Magazine issue 4 September 2008
Editorial
News: Recent news stories from around the world
Rwanda: Discovering a Forgotten Past
Two students from University College London using archaeological evidence that may help to heal a divided nation.
Kota Mama
A look back at the thrilling series of expeditions led by the famous adventurer John Blashford-Snell in South America.
Ometepe
Lie back in your hammock and enjoy an account of life on a Nicaraguan island whilst recording petroglyhs.
Nokalakevi
The story of excavations in this tiny Georgian village with a big history and a turbulent past.
Kabyle
A new project in Bulgaria using a range of techniques to survey the environs of this ancient but well preserved city on the Thracian Plain.
Viewpoint
David Connolly examines the long terms effects of the destruction of hertitage within conflict zones.
Dig Cook
Annie Evans on culinary escapades, with a delicious recipe each issue.
Profi le
We interview W Michael Smith of the Ometepe Petroglyph Project.
Conference Call
A selection of conferences from around the world.
Interested In...
This edition we look at the study of mosaics.
Fun Page
Have a break.- Film review and the Dead Prof cartoon.

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Past Horizons
Online Journal of Volunteer Archaeology and Training
Bulgarian SurveyAmazonian AdventureOmetepe Petroglyphs Georgian Excavations
Issue 4: September 2008
Rwanda:Discovering a Forgotten Past
 
past horizons
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Nokalakevi
he story of excavationsin this tiny Georgian village witha big history and a turbulent past. 
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Rwanda: Discovering a Forgotten Past
wo students from University College London usinarchaeological evidence that may help to heal a dividednation.
Volume 1 : No. 4September 2008Editors:
 Felicity Donohoe & Maggie Struckmeier 
Layout:
 David Connolly
Past Horizonsraprain HouseLuggate BurnHaddingtonEast LothianEH41 4QAel: +44 (0)1620 861643Email:editor@pasthorizons.comFind us on the web:www.pasthorizons.com
Contributors:
 Ian Colvin Jane Humphris & John GiblinThe Scientific Exploration Society Archaeology Scotland ichael SmithShawn Ross & Adela Sobotkova
Additional Material:
at Honan - www.flickr.com/photos/honan/  sets/72157603787075278/ 
Front Cover:
Taking part in smeltin truction, Rwanda(credit: Jane Humphris
Note
 Past Horizons can give no endorsement of any listed project or  guarantee the accuracy of the information supplied. The editors accept no responsibility for any loss, injury, or inconvenience sustained byanyone using the resources contained within this magazine and/or he websites mentioned herein. When considering a project, be sureo contact the director with any questions you might have about conditions, travel, health issues, etc. Check for references from previous participants, seek advice where possible and select a project hat will be of the greatest benefit to you, the project and the team.
 
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Editorial
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News
Recent news stories from around theworld.
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Viewpoint
David Connolly examines the longterms effects of the destruction of hertitage within conflict zones.
41
 Conference Call
A selection of conferences fomaround the world.
38
 
Dig Cook 
nnie Evans on culinary escapades,ith a delicious recipe each issue.
40
 Profile
e interview ichael Smith of theOmetepe Petroglyph Project.
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Interested In...
This edition we look at the study of osaics.
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 Fun Page
ave a break.
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 Kota Mama
A look back at the thrilling series of expeditions led by the famous adventurer John Blashford-Snell in South America.
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Ometepe 
ie back in your hammock and enjoy anaccount of life on a Nicaraguan islandwhilst recording petroglyhs.
 
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Kabyle
A new project in Bulgaria using a range of techniques to survey the environs of thisancient but well preserved city on the Thracian Plain.

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