Archaeology fieldwork on a snowy Exmoor National Park

Students on the snowy moors

EMLP has supported an archaeology fieldwork project on Exmoor National Park with  Duke University, USA. The student team is keeping a blog about their Exmoor study tour.

Their adventures have taken them from Porlock to Pickedstones, Simonsbath Deer Park to Dunster, working alongside experts such as Rob Wilson-North and Dr Lee Bray. Exmoor ponies provided a charming distraction – take a look at the team’s photo gallery!

A few of their posts…

Sunday 10th March – Lindsey Mazurek

Monday 11th March – Jordan Noyes

Tuesday 12th March – Crystal Terry

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Helping people to enjoy and appreciate Exmoor National Park's moorland, and supporting those who take care of it.
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One Response to Archaeology fieldwork on a snowy Exmoor National Park

  1. Elke Winzer says:

    Reblogged this on Exmoor and commented:
    It does look sooooooo cold……

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