The ancient metal artefacts were found at an Iron Age hill fort at Burrough on the Hill, near Melton, by University of Leicester archaeologists.
What does UOL stand for?
UOL stands for University of Leicester (UK)
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- Upplysning om Kommunismen (Swedish: Information on Communism; Sweden)
- Urzad Ochrony Konkurencji I Konsumenta (Polish)
- Urzad Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów (Polish: Office for Competition and Consumer Protection)
- Ultima Online Kingdom Reborn (video game)
- Ultima on Line (multiplayer role-playing game)
- Underwater Object Locator
- Unfilled Order Listing
- Unicorns of Love (esports team; Berlin, Germany)
- Unit of Learning
- University of Leeds (UK)
- University of Lincoln (UK)
- University of Liverpool (UK)
- University Of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- University of London
- Universo Online (Brazilian internet provider)
- Upper Operating Limit
- University of Oklahoma Law Center Library
- United Overseas Land Ltd
- University of Leeds Innocence Project (UK)
- Uluslararasi Ortak Lisans Programlari (Turkish)
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Experts from the University of Leicester unearthed the monarch from the remains of the choir of the Grey Friars Church during a dig last September.
Also helping spread the word and raise vital funds as a Hope Diamond is Dr Stewart Sale, Lecturer of Cancer Chemoprevention, Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine at the University of Leicester.
A team from the University of Leicester has been excavating the car park behind council offices in Leicester for three weeks.
The University of Leicester is leading the archaeological search for the burial place of King Richard III with Leicester City Council, in association with the Richard III Society.
ISLAMABAD -- Earphones or headphones on personal music players can reach noise levels similar to those of jet engines and can damage the coating of nerve cells, leading to temporary deafness, scientists from the University of Leicester have revealed.