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Happy Valentine's Day! 汳 Our volumes and bundles make a great gift for the archaeologist in your life. Don't forget to love your partner "In Sickness and In Health" with ARC Vol. 32.1, available to buy here: #valentinesdaygift #valentinesideas 
#valentinesday #archaelove #academicvalentines #テカtzi #archaeology #love #heart
This #tbt we are reminiscing about ARC on tour! Sunset at the Meroitic pyramids of Jebel Barkal, Sudan. Photo taken by our book reviews officer R. Lemos during fieldwork last month. Where have you been working recently? #GlocalARC #fieldwork #excavation #archaeology #travel #archaeologystudent #sudan #pyramids #jebelbarkal #jebelbarkalpyramids @cambridge_archaeology
Today marks the shortest day in the year which means solstice celebrations at many #archaeological and #heritage sites. Here窶冱 a pic from our open access officer L. Fine of the festivities at @stonehenge ! Where & how are you celebrating? 沍#showusyoursolstice  #GlocalARC #wintersolstice #wintersolsticechallenge #stonehengerocks
TODAY is the launch party for ARC Volume 32.2 on Archaeology and Climate Change! Be sure to join us at the McDonald Institute from 18:00-19:30 to hear from keynote speaker Dr. Jago Cooper. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A and drinks reception. The new issue will also be on sale at the event for a special rate of ツ」15! If you cannot be there in person today, don't worry. We will be live-streaming the lecture to our facebook page and the journal will be available online after the launch! #ARCjournal #ARClimate #climatechange @cambridge_archaeology @britishmuseum
Tachera of Dario I, Persepolis, Iran. 
Have some fieldwork shots? Tag 'em with #ARCambridge. 
Shot by our friends over at @antiqua_archeologia
Archaeologists With The Traveling Bag -thanks to our officer @samleggs22 for the awesome shot!
It's official - England's Lake District has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Noted for its longstanding inspiration to artists and writers, the location has been trying to receive status since 1986. Have you visited recently? Remember to tag your pictures with #ARCambridge
Awesome capture by one of our Archaeology MPhils, currently conducting fieldwork in Russia. 
Have any shots from archaeological/heritage sites whilst researching? Use #ARCambridge for a feature.
Definitely an archaeo perk - getting up close and personal with #Stonehenge! Want to get up close and personal with us? Check out our website to order some of our previous issues. They're monumental.

#ARCambridge #seewhatwedidthere #archaeologistsarefunnytoo 沒ク @sopeling 泗交沛サ
Norwich, less than an hour and a half drive from Cambridge, has recently been listed as a UNESCO City of Literature, England's first. The amount of cities who've received this title are few - only Reykjavik, Krakow, Iowa City, Edinburgh, Melbourne and Dublin to date.
If you stop by the city of literary heritage, be sure to snap a few pics, tell us about the vibrant literary scene and tag #ARCambridge with your finds 沒

photo by @natgeo
Stonehenge, potentially the most quintessential archaeological monument, was produced by a culture that left no written documents. The arch department at @cambridgeuniversity visited the site a couple weeks ago, and suffice it to say, they still have some questions. Was it aliens? Time travelers? Frankly, we're not sure either. Tag your favourite archaeology related pics with #ARCambridge for a chance to be featured.

Photo courtesy of @natgeotravel
#regram from @cambridge_archaeology