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INFORMIUM

Well, it has happened now. My (and my husband’s) first novel has been available in English for some time, but only recently did we publish the German edition – and three days later we got mail from one of the largest German ebook publishers, who have picked INFORMIUM as their “Favourite Book of May” O.O… 218 more words

General Madness

Tours 2016 ~ Exploring the ancients ~ Before Angkor ~Archaeology and Rock Art

I am extremely honoured to present this brand new specialist tour which will enable you to become a true explorer of the ancient mysteries of the past. 83 more words

Photography

Bysans och klimatförändringar

Den tyska tidningen Spiegel uppmärksammar en kanadensisk dokumentär från 2013 som handlar om 535-36 års köldknäpp, kanske mest känd från vår käre skrön- och krönikör Prokopios, men också från arkeologiska och… 251 more words

Prehistoric mother and child discovered / Reuters

“The 5,000-year-old remains of a mother holding a child are discovered in Taiwan, representing the earliest trace of human activity in the country.”

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History

3D Cardboard Puzzle--Clovis Point

Have you ever wanted to make a 3D cardboard puzzle of a Clovis point? Now you can! Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to scan a selection of Clovis points from the Blackwater Draw NHS, and those will soon be available (open access) for download. 310 more words

Archaeology

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

This is great! Thanks Zac.

CSS Georgia Teacher's Workshop 2016

Teacher Institute flier CEISMC

From STEM to Stern: CSS Georgia Shipwreck
Teacher’s Institute

Dive into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) as well as English Language Arts, and History/Social Studies in this exciting Teachers’ Institute focusing on the Civil War ironclad shipwreck sunk in 1864 in the Savannah River adjacent to Savannah and recovered in 2015 by underwater archaeologists. 234 more words

Painting the Visual Vocabulary of Mesoamerican Archaeology

Adela Breton was apparently “a nuisance” to the men who couldn’t quite figure out what to do with a 50-year-old single woman in Mexico in 1900. 545 more words

Archaeology