It’s one year since Prehistories’ first proper post (Lines in a Landscape: Philip Hughes) went online.
So this seemed like a good time to thank everyone who has read the blog, commented on it, linked to it, or taken the time to answer our questions and queries.
We also thought we’d join in the blogging carnival being held over on Doug’s Archaeology.
This month’s theme is Best posts (and worst if you want to admit to them).
Dr A and Dr H agreed that the best posts have been the Ask an Archaeologist/ Author/ Artist feature. Generally these are the posts with the highest readership, but most importantly they given us an insight into the range of people involved in and engaging with archaeology. They’ve lead us to brilliant images, inspiring writing and insightful archaeology. Plus we get to find out everyone’s time travel destinations.
Thank you to everyone who’s taken part so far, and to everyone we pester into taking part in the future.
It seems only fair to say, though, that one of the best things about blogging is connecting with other archaeologists and bloggers and getting to read their posts.
Here are a few of the best posts from other archaeological blogs we’ve read over the past year (apologies if your blog isn’t included).
and last, but not least
Dr A and Dr H