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Watch: The early lives of Dunedinites revealed

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Friday, 17 January 2020

They ate oysters, they probably had pet cats and their feet were small. Fragments of the lives of late 19th century Dunedin people who lived and worked on the site of the University of Otago's Dental School have been revealed in a major archaeological excavation.

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Avant-garde archaeology

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Friday, 25 October 2019

Professor Richard Walter and Dr Karen Greig (Archaeology) share an interest in past interactions between people, animals and their environment.



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Lives of early Dunedinites revealed after excavation

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Wednesday, 9 October 2019

They ate oysters, they probably had pet cats and their feet were small. Fragments of the lives of late 19th century Dunedin people who lived and worked on the site of the University’s Dental School have been revealed in a major archaeological excavation.

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