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6 November 2017

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Recent St Hugh’s graduate awarded prestigious dissertation prize

Gonzalo Linares Matas (2014, Archaeology and Anthropology) has been awarded the Prehistoric Society Undergraduate Dissertation Prize.

The prize was presented to Gonzalo at the Society of Antiquaries on 25th October for his dissertation, ‘The Earliest Palaeolithic Bone Toolkit in Eurasia’. The award is given for a dissertation that “has made the greatest contribution to the study of prehistory in any part of the world.”

Many congratulations to Gonzalo on his success!

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