I’ve had several people contact me with an interest in doing archaeological research in Cambodia and questions about becoming an archaeologist. Although I’ve discussed this a bit in this post, I realized that not a lot of people know what it’s like to be an archaeologist. So, I thought I’d take some time to detail my experiences and explain what it is I actually do. Your regularly scheduled news and insights into Cambodian archaeology will return after this post.
- RT @phnompenhpost: Hidden Angkorian ruins exposed by drying reservoir in #Thailand near border with #Cambodia phnompenhpost.com/national/droug… 4 hours ago
- Nice job @bcamcrane bringing together many strands into a story on the history of 🐘 in Cambodia m.phnompenhpost.com/post-weekend/c… 17 hours ago
- This seems relevant to the recent #Orphimex discussion @LTO_cambodia @MovetoCambodia @HunSensEye twitter.com/maryannby/stat… 21 hours ago
- RT @archaeologymag: A kiln site near Cambodia’s Cheung Ek Lake from the Angkorian Empire is being excavated bit.ly/1Tvi9lQ https:… 1 day ago
- RT @ArchaeoAngkor: Angkor's forests give up their secrets to technology -- thanks to funding by @ERC_Research under the #H2020 scheme https… 1 day ago
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