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Monster of Rock, Grendal is King. I am an 80’s Rocker, and I will be until I die, currently married and in pain. I use to play guitar but I am having some trouble with my hands, but I can still use them. 246 more words

Archaeology

VR, the future of site preservation?

With the destruction of sites in the Middle East by ISIS digital preservation of archaeological sites has again become a point of discussion. 40 more words

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Palmyra: A Lamentation

I could write about the strange aesthetics of annihilation, iconoclasm, nationalism, symbolism, weaponized cultural heritage and the murder of people, a place, an archaeologist. I am supposed to be an expert in this, after all. 240 more words

Archaeology

George Crawford reblogged this on BLACKWATER LOCALITY #1 and commented:

Sad. Knowledge is lost forever. I could see the same happening here someday. Zealots are horrible people. Remember when the Taliban did this in Afghanistan? Most people don't.

World's Oldest Known Wooden Statue/Shigir Idol

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World’s Oldest Known Wooden Statue
Possibly 11,000 years old (9000 B.C.)

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History

A Review of Current Literature

As I do from time to time, I review current literature for interesting stories that bear upon topics dealing with Early Christianity, the Roman Era, or Biblical literature. 659 more words

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Morocco: Erg Chebbi, Living Beside the Nomads

At Erg Chebbi, an outpost in southeastern Morocco, we experienced nomad life for several days. When we arrived, we rode camels across top of the dunes in the Sahara Desert. 573 more words

Archaeology

Constructing Histories

“A sophisticated application of landscape thought to a recently crafted archaeological record of the St. Johns River.”–Cheryl Claassen, author of Feasting with Shellfish in the Southern Ohio Valley: Archaic Sacred Sites and Rituals… 272 more words

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