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The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://91.210.165.152/get.php?

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The requested URL could not be retrieved


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The requested URL could not be retrieved


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The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://91.210.165.152/get.php?

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The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://91.210.165.152/get.php?

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The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://91.210.165.152/get.php?

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This request could not be forwarded to the origin server or to any parent caches.

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The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://91.210.165.152/get.php?

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This request could not be forwarded to the origin server or to any parent caches.

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Your cache administrator is sysadmin@netregistry.net.



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The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://91.210.165.152/get.php?

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Your cache administrator is sysadmin@netregistry.net.



Dig It – Flinders Archaeological Society

Master Class – Writing Book Reviews for Publication

On the 14th of November the Flinders University Archaeology Department will be holding the master class titled ‘Writing book reviews for publication: a joint Australian Archaeology and ArchSoc Masterclass’. The master class aims to give students practice in writing book reviews for publication in academic journals. The master class will be held in Humanities room 105…

Dig it 2014-2: Call for Papers

Dear colleagues, The editing committee of Dig It is delighted to invite students and recent graduates from all around the world to submit a contribution for consideration in our 2014/2 edition, to appear in December 2014. Dig It is a student-run, peer-reviewed journal of the Flinders Archaeological Society. The purpose of Dig It is to provide students, from undergrad through…

Call for papers, Dig It: the Journal of the Flinders Archaeological Society

Dear colleagues, The editing committee of Dig It is delighted to invite undergrad and postgrad students and recent graduates from all around the world to submit a contribution for consideration in our 2014/1 edition, to appear in May 2014. Dig It is a student-run journal of the Flinders Archaeological Society. The publication began in 1997 and…

From the Dig It Archives: Issue Nine 2000

By Tristan Grainger ____________________________________________________ At this time of year the Annual General Meeting is fast approaching, and so is your chance to nominate for life membership. In this addition from the Dig it Up archives, issue 9, 2002, the presidential address discuses life membership and the first voted life member, Vincent Megaw. Vincent was voted…

From the Dig It Archives: Issue Six 1999

By Holly Winter ____________________________________________________ This post of ‘From the Dig It Archives’ includes three interesting articles from Issue 6 1999 that explore the endeavours of the Flinders ArchSoc and the experience of a student studying overseas. In ‘Presidential Address’ (1999:3-4), President Gordon Copland discusses the success and activities of the first semester, 1999, for the…

From the Dig It Archives: Issue Five 1998 (NASC Edition)

By Leah Puletama ____________________________________________________ Controversy abounds in this issue of Dig It, and let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a bit of controversy? The President’s message opens with a very positive view of the Society, ‘known as a group of students without parallels to be found in any other similarly focused student body in Australia’…