If an archeologist sat down to dinner with a physicist, their conversation might stir up ways to pursue the two sciences together. Such a meeting happened once at the University of Oxford and the resulting laboratory, established in 1955 by C. F. C. Hawkes and Viscount Cherwell, is now carrying on what is probably the world's most intense program of physics applied to archeology. The present director is E. T. Hall.

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