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Past Horizons Magazine
Issue 6 – January 2009
Survey: Beyond the City Walls of Jerash
Surveying the hinterland of Jerash, an ancient Decapolis City in Jordan has become a race against time to discover and map as many sites as possible, many of which are being lost to development.
Colouring the Past at El Pilar
Dr. Anabel Ford describes a unique project that combines archaeology and conservation in the Maya forest amongst the ruins of El Pilar.
Archaeologist and buildings historian Tom Addyman describes the past, present and future of the decaying Scottish Cemetery in Kolkata and the enormous task of surveying the six acre site.
Re-enactment group the Tower Hamlets Trayned Bandes bring to life the 360th anniversary of these historic discussions
A Scottish initiative that enables communities to interact with their local monuments to safeguard their future.
Annie Evans on culinary escapades, with a delicious recipe each issue.
Inspired after having come across Maj Gen ‘Hindoo’ Stuart in the South Park Street cemetery, the team re-christened James ‘Bengali Simpson’
The jackels around the hotel surpassessed themselves last night – was convinced it was the team having a mad cackling fit, but no ….
The team get back on Monday, where they will upload more images and tell us what’s next!
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Scottish Cemetery Kolkata
Tom came down with a bad bout of Calcut gut (it was the hooghly halibut..) and departed for bed. In his absence work at site dramatically increased in pace ………
the Times of India descended upon the team for an interviewed piece – a curiously posed photograph of the entire team recording a single headstone may make the Sub-continental media on the morrow….
……the Governor, who is a grandson of the Mahatma, is held in great respect and affection in West Bengal. The conversation was relaxed and ranged over all the heritage issues of Calcutta, The role and history of the Royal Commission on the Ancient Monuments of Scotland and the ambition to provide skills training through the Scottish Cemetery project
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