Young Archaeologist issue 153
The main feature in our Autumn 2012 issue asks whether the Parthenon Sculptures on display at the British Museum in London should be returned to Greece. We reported on the Intelligence Squared debate about the Sculptures and looked at the reasons for and against returning them to Greece. You can watch the debate NOW here on the YAC website!!
- You can also read exclusive YAC interviews with:
- - Andrew George MP, from the campaign group Marbles Reunited
- - Professor Felipe Fernández-Armesto, from the University of Notre Dame in the USA
- - Hannah Boulton, from the British Museum
Also in this issue
- Explore the archaeology of South Korea in our Where in the World feature
- See photos from our fantastic Dig It! excavation days, where six lucky YAC members won the chance to dig on real archaeological sites!!
- Find out how Raksha Dave and the rest of the Time Team got on when they excavated a First World War training camp at Grantham in Lincolnshire
- Discover Ancient Egyptian gods in a brilliant new series of books from Usborne - Quest of the Gods
- Make your own Ancient Egyptian death mask to wow your friends, just like the one in the photo (right)!!
- Learn how to write like an Egyptian… Click here for more amazing hieroglyph facts!!
- Read an exclusive interview with author Caroline Ludovici about her novel The Obsidian Mask set on an archaeological dig in modern-day Iraq
- Enjoy the winning entries from our amazing 40th Birthday Competition! Well done to Matthew Jordan (8) and Mason Griffith (14). They both won an amazing goody box packed full of 40 prizes (each!) - one for each year of YAC. Click here to discover exactly what they won!
- Find out how the London Camden YAC Branch FUNdraised for YAC! If you want to help FUNdraise for YAC click here for some advice and ideas!
To enjoy all this and much more, you need to get your own copy of Young Archaeologist. And the only way to do that is to become a member of YAC UK! Find out how to join YAC UK by clicking here!
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