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Archaeologists Find Clues in Search for Ark of the Covenant


Archaeologists at a site in Israel’s West Bank say the success of their search for the Ark of the Covenant looks promising.According to The Christian Post , the archaeologists are searching for the ancient Ark of the Covenant at Shiloh. 194 more words

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Against the Floe

The Konungs skuggsjá, 1250,
derided as lunacy: mention of growing
corn by Viking farmers in Greenland.

But hear!

Nordic archaeologists in trash heaps find… 186 more words

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The Frome Hoard voted top Treasure

Alan Graham excavating the Frome Hoard

Sam Moorhead, Finds Adviser, Portable Antiquities Scheme, British Museum writes on the British Museum bog here

When working with… 137 more words

Archaeology

A Blog of Bones

Discover a world of bones, bodies and diseases in our new blog, created by Project Archivist James Neill …

‘Putting Flesh on the Bones’ is a collaboration between the University of Bradford’s Special Collections and Biological Anthropology Research Centre (BARC).

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Welcome to our new Archivist!

Meet James Neill, who has just joined Special Collections as Project Archivist.

James will be with us for 18 months, working on the Wellcome-funded ‘ 139 more words

Archives

Museum to exhibit the Bredon Hoard of Roman coins

 

 

A selection of Roman coins discovered by metal detectorists in Worcestershire in 2011

 

Sebastian Richards, writing for the Cotswold Journal, reports that the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery is exhibiting the Bredon Hoard of Roman coins until the end of May – 67 more words

Archaeology

Sumerian Archaeologists: Henri Frankfort

Henri “Hans” Frankfort (24 February 1897 – 16 July 1954) was a Dutch Egyptologist, archaeologist, and Assyriology.  He studied history in Amsterdam before moving to London and attaining his advanced degrees. 282 more words