Roman Amphitheatres

When people think of Roman amphitheatres, they tend to think of the Colosseum which is arguably the most well-known and in one of the best conditions. Roman amphitheatres do exist beyond Italy though, and there are approximately 230 scattered across the Roman Empire, through France, Greece, northern Africa and England. Amphitheatres were large outdoor entertainment venuesContinue reading “Roman Amphitheatres”

Many Tribes, One People: Bwgcolman

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that the following post contains images of people who have died. Unfortunately, while Great Palm Island is beautiful and rich with culture, it is also the product of 50 years worth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people being forcibly removed from their country and segregated onContinue reading “Many Tribes, One People: Bwgcolman”

Why Study Cultural Heritage?

My love for cultural heritage started before my undergrad.. when I watched Time Team with my mum and nan on ABC Australia. I became mesmorised by the scientific aspects of archaeology and decided I wanted to study that at university. I completed a 4-year degree with an Honours, majoring in Archaeology and absolutely loved it.Continue reading “Why Study Cultural Heritage?”