Imagine, then, arriving on the island of Crete in 1904 to find not one bold, brave young woman researcher digging up the past — but four: , Blanche Wheeler, Edith Hall and Dorothea Bate.
I could hear them cooing to each other, and reading books, as I drew up sections and contemplated contacts.
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Then, quite suddenly, the camera was forgotten.
Dorothy Garrod, first female professor at Oxbridge — an archaeologist.
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