Doctor Margaret Rule CBE, the woman who raised the Mary Rose, crossed the bar - http://indianasarah.com/on-margaret-rule/  #indianasarah #blogging #adventures #underwater #margaretrule #maryrose #maritime #archaeology #diving #portsmouth #shipwrecks

Doctor Margaret Rule CBE, the woman who raised the Mary Rose, crossed the bar - http://indianasarah.com/on-margaret-rule/ #indianasarah #blogging #adventures #underwater #margaretrule #maryrose #maritime #archaeology #diving #portsmouth #shipwrecks

The Geologists’ Association was an early supporter of women’s involvement in science, admitting female members from the outset. Photo of Leith Hill excursion, 1912.

The Geologists’ Association was an early supporter of women’s involvement in science, admitting female members from the outset. Photo of Leith Hill excursion, 1912.

Trowel blazers: women have been digging geosciences longer than you think

Trowel blazers: women have been digging geosciences longer than you think

The Geologists’ Association was an early supporter of women’s involvement in science, admitting female members from the outset. Photo of Leith Hill excursion, 1912.

The Geologists’ Association was an early supporter of women’s involvement in science, admitting female members from the outset. Photo of Leith Hill excursion, 1912.

Trowel Blazers website: Women in archaeology, geology, and paleontology

Trowel Blazers website: Women in archaeology, geology, and paleontology

Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska circle  trowel-blazers

Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska circle trowel-blazers

Nina Layard was a first class flint hunter-and the first woman president of the Prehistoric Society.

Nina Layard was a first class flint hunter-and the first woman president of the Prehistoric Society.

The British archaeologist and explorer Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) is best known for her travels in the countries that are now Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. She also helped draw up some of the Middle Eastern boundaries that are now being destroyed.

The British archaeologist and explorer Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) is best known for her travels in the countries that are now Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. She also helped draw up some of the Middle Eastern boundaries that are now being destroyed.

Trowel Blazers. Women in archeology, geology & paleontology. Arch at Work at Corinth. For my fossil & dinosaur loving daughter!!! :)

Trowel Blazers. Women in archeology, geology & paleontology. Arch at Work at Corinth. For my fossil & dinosaur loving daughter!!! :)

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