For anyone interested in joining commercial archaeology, or get a glimpse in the life of a British archaeologist, or just better understand how nerdy/witty/interested in art and literature some of us can get 🙂
Charles A. Hay is currently aiming towards his next big adventure. Prior to this he has worked as a field archaeologist throughout England for units such as Wessex Archaeology, Cambridge Archaeological Unit and the University of Sheffield. He also holds an MA in Archaeology from the latter. His writings, including investigations of philosophy and original short stories, can be found at his Human Friendly site alongside his numerous drawings, musings and photographs. If you find him in a pub, he will be having a pint of Pendle or a good scotch. If it is a working day, then a black coffee will do instead! Charles has previously written for These Bones of Mine with a guest post titled Glass & Metal.
A few weeks ago (sorry for the delay Dave), I was asked to write about commercial archaeology, the ups and downs, what it involves, how it is as a living…
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