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Meeting prospective new partner with MT, Exeter December 2011
When OpenArch lost Biskupin, we started looking for a partner who could play an important role in developing
While looking at several ‘big players’ in Europe in experimental archaeology we soon realised that a traditional could do the job, but this requires training and sharing experience, something we found out the University of Exeter would be best at.
Early December, a delegation of the Management Team sat down with colleagues at the archaeology department to discuss logistics, content and practicalities, followed by an intense meeting with the university administration staff. Both meetings were most useful and we went home with an almost certain “yes we’ll join”.
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