• Question: who would i ask if i wanted to learn about archeology

    Asked by Little Einstein to Camilla, Katie, Rhys on 25 Jun 2015.
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      Katie Sparks answered on 25 Jun 2015:

      You could need to speak to an archeologist – a good place to start (if you’re near London) would be the Natural History Museum – they have lots of lovely archeology stuff – even bits of Moon rock!
      But usually a good local history museum will have some things and I find the library usually has at least one book to get you started so you can work out your next steps.

    • Photo: Rhys Archer

      Rhys Archer answered on 25 Jun 2015:

      You could also ask your history teacher, also archeology isn’t history, its most likely the closest connection you will have in school

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      Camilla Weiss answered on 25 Jun 2015:

      Indiana Jones would be your best bet. Failing that local museums are a good place to start like the others suggested. Where I come from, Dorchester, is an old Roman fort so there’s loads of stuff about archaeology at the town museum and they give lectures and classes on it. I think your school is based in Leamington Spa, right? That’s an old Roman town too so they’d probably have loads of information in the museums there.