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Archaeology Field School in Trempealeau — The North Star Project Reports, sponsored by The Middle Ground Journal. By Lee Bongey

Archaeology Field School in Trempealeau — The North Star Project Reports, sponsored by The Middle Ground Journal. By Lee Bongey

Hello, my name is Lee and I am an Anthropology and Linguistics double major at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and I have just begun my third week of an archaeology field school in Trempealeau, Wisconsin. 724 more words

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'Looks naked towards the shires'

The calcite containing rock called chalk has several peculiarities. One is that it was formed during only one time in earth’s history, the Cretaceous period. Another is the intense whiteness of freshly dug rock. 667 more words

Archaeology

Emperor Hadrian inscription uncovered in Jerusalem

The Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday the discovery earlier this month of a partial inscription bearing the name and titles of the Roman Emperor Hadrian (A.D. 536 more words

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Numb.

The leaves on the ground are red and orange and gold and wet in the rain. The air stinks of fall, of soil going to sleep and grasses falling into dormancy. 239 more words

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Metal Foil Beads

Metal foil beads are made with a thin layer of gold or silver leaf or foil sandwiched between two layers of clear glass.  The first glass layer is usually drawn or wound, while the second layer of glass is folded around the metal leaf. 359 more words

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Arkhaois Film Festival

10/21/14
Press Release for Immediate Release (from Mary Lou)

Re: Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival to Screen Film Juried Competition

Hilton Head Island, SC., USA: Jean F Guilleux, Arkhaios Film Festival founder, is pleased to announce the members of the jury for the 2nd Annual Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival to be held at Coligny Theater on Hilton Head Island on October 23-24-25. 410 more words

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