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Lectures on the Philistines in Kansas City and Chicago

Those in the Kansas City and/or Chicago area have a special opportunity next week to hear lectures by Dr. Aren Maeir, the archaeologist who has excavated ancient Gath since the mid-1990′s. 237 more words

Biblical Archaeology

A Small Note Along The Way

The blog is supposed to be about Sahul, and early peoples and their ingenuity. However, while looking around i came across a video on Youtube. It’s part of the Complete Archaeologist series, put on by the National Museum of Australia. 84 more words

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Bronze age bracelet discovery in the Netherlands

Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:

Palette bracelet found from Bronze Age

Tuesday 8 April 2014, 22:03 (Update: 09-04-14, 08:05 AM)

An amateur archaeologist has found a palette bracelet from the…

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nutsfortreasure reblogged this on Living and Lovin and commented:

OH how I adore finding lost treasure :) Have a great day!

OOPARTS: Out of Place Artifacts Discovered in Ancient History

Adam’s grandson, Tubal-Cain was “an instructor of every artificer in brass and iron” (Gen. 4:22). The Bible says that man was apt with metals long before the so-called Iron Age of 1200 B.C. 1,490 more words

A Long Pause on the Bering Strait Bridge

Raise your hand if you were taught that one day centuries ago people in Siberia woke up and crossed a land bridge to North America and became the first Native Americans. 355 more words

Sutton Hoo, treasure hunters and a lucky escape


Sue Brunning, curator, British Museum

Fifteen years ago I visited the British Museum as an undergraduate. As someone who’d most recently studied the English Civil War, I’d taken a course on Anglo-Saxon England because I was curious to learn what life was like at a time when the date only had three numbers in it. 690 more words

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Egypt Unveils Restored Statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III

Archeologists in the historic city of Luxor, Egypt have unveiled two massive ancient statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III to the public.

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