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Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Exhibition News


Shifting Sands - Lawrence of Arabia and the Great Arab Revolt


The exhibition which features the work of the project will take place in Newark, UK between October 2016 and the Spring of 2017.  Items on display will include artefacts found by the team in various important sites associated with the Great Arab Revolt, including Lawrence's secret desert camp, sites of battle between the opposing forces, Ottoman camp sites and the location of the train ambush.  


Details of the exhibition will be available online via the museum information available at The National Civil War Museum, Newark, where the exhibition is being mounted. 


Monday, 11 April 2016

Lawrence and the rise of ISIS

Guardian and Guardian letters: Lawrence of Arabia and the Rise of ISIS. Click picture below for the article



Jan Woolf has a letter referring to her upcoming play. Click picture below for link to the letters.


Sunday, 10 April 2016

Portsmouth Book Launch event

As part of Portsmouth Festivities, another book launch event:
20 Jun 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
St John’s College Auditorium and Drama Studio PO5 3QW

Click image for event details

Friday, 8 April 2016

More World Wide coverage

A selection of further reports of the project from around the world.




Smithsonian

Science Bulletin

Fox News

UPI


Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Bristol University - first article

Bullet indicates Lawrence of Arabia was no liar

A bullet fired by Lawrence of Arabia during one of his most famous acts of guerrilla warfare has been discovered in the Arabian desert by a team of archaeologists, led by the University of Bristol, confirming the accuracy of Lawrence’s own account of the attack in his war memoir Seven Pillars of Wisdom.



Link to full article

Saturday, 2 April 2016

More press reports and a radio interview

More is revealed about the places and discoveries during the project.

Guardian Article 1st April 2016 - the Colt bullet

Daily Mail article - Lawrences's Camp and the service rum jar

BBC Radio 4 interview with Neil Faulkner