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Links

These are links to websites relevant to archaeology in general, and KAFS courses in particular.

Ancient Dentistry - Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek & more
http://www.gentledental-mi.com/ancient-dentistry/
Going to the dentist today is like spending the day at the spa, at least compared to dentistry thousands of years ago... Read more on the link above. OUR GRATEFUL THANKS TO THE MORROW COMMUNITY CENTER FOR SENDING US THIS LINK!

Archaeological Photography Scales
adam@aerial-cam.co.uk
Archaeological Photography Scales available from Adam Stanford at Aerial Cam. Email Adam at the address above for more information.

Dental Analysis in Archaeology
http://www.perioimplants.us/dental-analysis-in-archaeology.html
This link was found by one of our younger up-and-ccoming archaeologists whilst celebrating Florida Archaeology Month - thank you Sofia!

Will Foster Illustration
www.willfosterillustration.com
Freelance archaeological illustration and graphic design

BEYOND 2000 BC
www.beyond2000bc.co.uk
This is the website of William Lord. William is an accomplished flint knapper, and runs courses demonstrating the techniques involved.

The Council for British Archaeology
www.britarch.ac.uk
The Council for British Archaeology produces the magazine 'British Archaeology', runs the 'Britarch' mailing list, and provides a starting point for any number of online resources.

The CBA South East
www.cbase.org.uk
The new website for the CBA in the South East, focussing on local archaeology.

The Council for Independent Archaeology
www.independents.org.uk
The Council for Independent Archaeology, organised by Andrew Selkirk, publishes "Current Archaeology" magazine. Andrew has strong feelings about the impact of the Valetta Convention on amateur archaeology in the UK. See Dr Paul Wilkinson's comments in the KAFS magazine "Practical Archaeology", issue 4, for more information.

The Kent Archaeological Society
www.kentarchaeology.org.uk
This long-standing local society publishes "Archaeologia Cantiana" annually.

Time Team
http://www.channel4.com/history/microsites/T/timeteam/
The website of the Popular TV archaeology programme.

Canterbury Archaeological Trust
www.canterburytrust.co.uk



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