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Crowdfunding Archaeology: Ancient Roman DNA Project

Kristina Kilgrove, aka @BoneGirlPhD has an excellent project on RocketHub, looking for funds: This is the second archaeological project I’ve seen this year bypassing the traditional means for funding research (the first being the Maenander Project by Colleen Morgan, via Kickstarter; Colleen’s fundraising was successful, btw). It only makes sense. Archaeology is exciting.
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