Crowd-sourcing Britain’s Bronze Age
A new joint project by the British Museum and the UCL Institute of Archaeology is seeking online contributions from members of the public to enhance a major British Bronze Age archive and artefact collection.
The project team, co-led by Professor Andrew Bevan (UCL Institute of Archaeology) and Daniel Pett (British Museum), have photographed hoards of Bronze Age (ca. 2500 BC - 800 BC) metal objects and scanned thousands of paper records of further metal artefacts from British prehistory.
They are now asking for public assistance in modelling, transcribing and locating these archaeological finds via a dedicated “crowd-sourcing” website: http://crowdsourced.micropasts.org/ The website is powered by an open source Pybossa citizen science framework. Read more.
some of you are so dumb like forreal stop asking who killed joffrey and like read a god damn book educate yourself
The person who did it in the book doesn’t even exist in the show, grrr…
So, my sister took my winter jacket without asking. To college in another city.
And I am not allowed to be angry because ‘we are sisters’.