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Discovering Portus
Find out how University of Southampton archaeologists discovered one of the most important locations in the Roman world.

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From Shoreline to the Deep Ocean: Maritime Research
Exploring research activity and innovation across Maritime Archaeology; Archaeology; Oceanography; Engineering Sciences and Engineering Design Consultancy.

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Honarary degree awarded to Professor Barry Cunliffe
Professor Barry Cunliffe talks about his passion for Archaeology, following his honorary doctorate award in July 2009.

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Looking Forward to looking back. Archaeologists uncovered
Recorded in 2009, archaeology graduates talk about their experience of studying on the undergraduate programme at Southampton, a leading centre for the study of archaeology.

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My Best Burn. Interview with Dr Phil Harding
Dr Phil Harding is interviewed, following his honary doctorate on 24th July 2008.

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Piecing together the development of the Portus excavation
Learn more about the excavation of Portus, the Imperial Port of Rome.

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Pioneering research at the University of Southampton
Take a closer look at some of the pioneering research being carried out at the University of Southampton.

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Surveying the medieval landscape at Scotney Castle
Archaeology students learn how to read the landscape on a survey field visit to the 14th-century moated castle at Scotney in Kent.

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TAG30 – Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group
Recorded in December 2008, contributors to TAG30 are invited to give insight into the medieval history of Southampton.

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Telling Our Stories: In Conversation Episode 1
Dr Cheryl Metcalf from Health Sciences talks to Professor Graeme Earl from Archaeology, revealing some unexpected connections between their work.

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Telling Our Stories: In Conversation Episode 3
Professor Graeme Earle from Archaeology talks to Professor Roxana Carare from Medicine, revealing some unexpected connections between their work.

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Thinking of studying BA Archaeology and History?
Student Joseph Lee talks about his experience of studying a combined degree in Archaeology and History at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in Archaeology?
Gareth Beal talks about his research area of archaeological computer graphics and the representation of three dimensional visualisations, including painted statuary; and his reasons for choosing Southampton.

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Wonderful discoveries. The Portus Project revealed
Find out more about Portus, the Imperial Port of Rome. Discoveries have included statues and inscriptions of the ancient palace, and investigations have revealed aspects of the daily lives of the people who lived and worked there.

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