“Children at Work” session at the EAAs

Yesterday, the ‘Children at Work’ session was held at the European Assocaition of Archaeologists meeting in Barcelona, organised by Melie Le Roy (Queen’s University, Belfast) and Caroline Polet (Universite libre de Bruxelles). The session involved papers ranging from the Neolithic to the 19th century and focused on various European countries as well as the US. The studies included those based on bioarchaeological research, fingerprint analysis and historical documents.


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1 Response to “Children at Work” session at the EAAs

  1. eileenarchaeology says:

    Hi Sian, Thanks very much for doing that – it looks great. Hope all is well with you and your girls. All the best, Eileen

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Professor Eileen Murphy Archaeology & Palaeoecology School of Natural and Built Environment Queen’s University Belfast Belfast BT7 1NN Northern Ireland ________________________________


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