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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. 61 more words


Anglesey: Mysterious artefact discovered at Neolithic tomb - Daily Post

The discovery of a mysterious copper artefact at a Neolithic tomb on Anglesey could help to answer one of archaeology’s burning questions.Dr George Nash, who led the excavation at Perthi Duon near Brynsiencyn, says the find could lend weight to the idea of a British Copper Age, which is currently being debated by archaeologists. 10 more words


So, this Blog is about early human expansion into the super continent know as Sahul roughly forty thousand years ago. Sahul, comprised what is now Australia, New Guinea, Timor, and Tasmania.   244 more words


It's All Greek to Me (I'll Only Use It About 5 Times)

22 days, 5 countries, and 4 languages later, Eurotrip is finally headed for the home stretch, as it was time to leave the sort of ancient sites of Rome and Italy for the really ancient sites of Athens. 717 more words

Study Abroad In Glasgow

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UnwindBrighton 12-13 July 2014 – UK podcaster meet up at 1pm on Saturday 12 July… 246 more words


Trekking the Phrygian Highlands (the people of King Midas) - Day 1

Last weekend I joined my archaeological group, FARIT, on a trip to the Phrygian Highlands.  Who are the Phrygians, you might ask?  Good question – they’re best known, historically, for King Midas, whose mythic touch turned everything to gold.   804 more words


Join a local archaeological dig!

We’d like to share this upcoming event sponsored by our friends at the Cass County Historical Society because…well, we think it might just be the coolest thing ever… 234 more words

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