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3 years 10 hours ago
Prof Garry Marvin is asking: what is ritual anyway? https://t.co/iuGRRBweD7
3 years 10 hours ago
Back from lunch (I spotted chicken sandwiches) but now we're thinking about non-food uses of chickens. Welcome to t… https://t.co/W0LZyLp3SS
3 years 10 hours ago
RT : Plastic fork chicken sculptures conference https://t.co/Ieyk3naiFR
3 years 10 hours ago
More artwork on display. These eggs are all inspired by chicken puns (erherm) cracking! https://t.co/C2T6JP1jB8
3 years 11 hours ago
Mike now up with pretty chicken coins from the Iron Age https://t.co/OcBs2TUlJF
3 years 11 hours ago
And now Ol from is explaining about how we have investigated the role of chickens in cuisine. Potter… https://t.co/yAquU5rALw
3 years 11 hours ago
RT : now holds the archive. These collections might be of interest to fans of the https://t.co/dhFjJEbswW
3 years 11 hours ago
RT : In Roman Britain urban people ate loads more chicken than rural people. Urban/rural differences in diet & culture
3 years 11 hours ago
is talking about chicken eggshell and how they provide info about Roman fast-food! https://t.co/4Cwz1VklDl
3 years 12 hours ago
RT : How common are Roman chickens? Mark Maltby of will tell us all! https://t.co/Fy9Qa3tuV4
3 years 12 hours ago
And now we move onto Iron Age/Romano-British transition. Starting with a paper by Mark Maltby. https://t.co/gztKvcN68D
3 years 12 hours ago
RT : Here is the enormous chicken in situ. Look forward to updates. https://t.co/tcK2kCI05M
3 years 12 hours ago
Garry Marvin is presenting the work of PhD student Ricardo, who is away in Canary Islands studying cock-fighting -… https://t.co/OeFhLy12hg
3 years 12 hours ago
Chicken photo op! https://t.co/Frbc8DTo3O
3 years 12 hours ago
you too! Can't wait to hear from all of you
3 years 12 hours ago
RT : Giant chickens take over the Oxford university museum https://t.co/WrQWcJKo1d
3 years 12 hours ago
RT : Have a great time everyone. https://t.co/RJ1p9dFCel
3 years 13 hours ago
And the pupils from have arrived! They'll be explaining why the chicken crossed the curriculum with… https://t.co/AQaoKaaNrQ
3 years 13 hours ago
Chickens appear to be late-comers to Scotland (too cold!)
3 years 13 hours ago
is rethinking timing of chicken diffusion through new Programme of C14 dating. We know nothing unless we radiocarbon date bones

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