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From Cyprus to Greece

I head from Cyprus to Greece this morning and transition from our work at Polis (which is publishing an excavated site) to field work with the… 61 more words


Lost & Found, Geological Trickery, Conservation

I had the opportunity to visit a site in Belize that had been on my radar for most of the last two decades. On my radar, but chance had conspired to keep me away, until last week. 609 more words


How Archaeologists Hurt History and Hollywood Helps!

Now before your get all upset about the provocative title of “How Archaeologists Hurt History” let me clarify I am not talking about ALL 100% of archaeologists for this article, but a large majority of the “archaeologists of the past”.   1,096 more words

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Picture of the Week

This week we feature an artifact from a large site we found on the Pineneedle Creek valley margin, west of Caroline (a community between Rocky Mountain House and Sundre) and off of the Forestry Trunk Road. 227 more words


“Tiberius Nero…sent Valerius Gratus to be procurator of Judea, and to succeed Annius Rufus. This man deprived Ananus of the high priesthood, and appointed Ismael, the son of Phabi, to be high priest.

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Update on recent discovery in Orkney

The entrance

Looking into the chamber. There is no walling behind the photographer suggesting another possible chamber ?

The floor of the chamber

Starch jar, stone bottles and a hot water bottle ! 322 more words