As Chatterton himself points out, the concept of a strong ritual component in the behaviour of the Star Carr groups is by no means a new development, and was strongly emphasised by Grahame Clark
himself in his original discussion of the series of 21 red-deer antler 'masks' or 'frontlets' recovered from his excavations.
once said that 'we are working in a world, which was to a significant extent of his [Childe's] making' (Fagan 2001:12).
This is the first stock dividend in the company's history and is an indication of the company's confidence in its current and future prospects," said Grahame Clark
, chairman and chief executive officer.
Then in 1958, it had to happen: I worked with Grahame Clark
at Hurst Fen.
was an Olympian presence, who was clearly not at his best teaching undergraduates.
However, Grahame Clark
was one of a small group of archaeologists who shaped the discipline during the second half of the last century, and whose career touched the peaks of personal achievement: Disney Professor at Cambridge, Master of Peterhouse, influential Fellow of the British Academy, Erasmus prizewinner, an archaeological knight and acclaimed author.
The courses there were exclusively prehistoric, and his first experience of excavation was at the Mesolithic site at Star Cart in Yorkshire with Grahame Clark
We live in an age where broad sweeping interpretations on the scale practiced by Gordon Childe or Grahame Clark
Jason was a member of our baritone section in the 1980s when he was still at home in Merthyr Tydfil,' said current chairman Grahame Clark
, 68, who has been with the 85-strong choir for 39 years.
,chairman of Dowlais Male Choir, said there was 'definitely a perception of old men in choirs.
She had never gone to a public school such as Marlborough, as had her brothers, or entered Cambridge and stayed there to build her career, as had Grahame Clark
It is reassuring, though, that some `greats' themselves have contributed -- the late Grahame Clark
on Dorothy Garrod, for instance, or, on Francois Bordes, L.