To celebrate our first 2000 analysed bones (we aim for 40,000 by the end of the project!) and the fact that we have a beautiful FINDER project logo created by a very talented graphic designer (email me for details), we have printed and are showcasing our new project T-shirts!
In the past couple of weeks, Sam Brown has travelled to Siberia to collect new samples for the project and also to attend and present preliminary results of her PhD project at the international archaeological conference held this week at Denisova Cave.
Below giving a talk to the audience at the campsite, and also with Tom Higham, Michael Petraglia and Marine Frouin inside the Cave.
In January 2018, it was announced that the Bayeux Tapestry, an incredibly-detailed 70m long cloth depicting the Norman conquest of England and dating to the 11th cent AD, would be loaned to the British Museum in 2022. This will be the first time that the Tapestry leaves France in 950 years!
To mark the announcement and using this awesome meme creator , we created FINDER-Bayeux adaptations. Check out these scary Medieval-Pleistocene beasts 🙂