We’re trapped. All the doors are locked, and the only way out is to explore the room and solve the chain of riddles hidden within so we have a chance of working out the combination for the locked door. After fifteen minutes of co-operative play, we’ve pieced together the four-digit code and the door to… Continue reading Escape Games: Life imitating Art?
Who would write a love letter to archaeology? I’m sure it’s been done before. If not a love letter, then surely a drunken text, followed by a long Facebook message the next day full of regret? Or perhaps a cheery email sent by an enthusiastic site assistant at 8am? Maybe not, but if archaeology was… Continue reading The Archaeology of Love Part I: The Heart of the Matter
This post has been written as a response to 'The Grand Challenges for Archaeology: A Blogging Carnival.' I’m walking down a street in Covent Garden. It’s the height of summer, the pavements are encrusted with over-heated tourists and well-dressed business people nipping out for an over-priced salad. Street performers vie for the attention of bemused… Continue reading Commercial archaeology: hi vis but no visibility in the big city?