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Rise of the Tomb Raider

Rise of the Tomb Raider is a fun, ravishingly beautiful game that is unfortunately stymied by one of the most uninspired plots in recent video-gaming memory. 818 more words

Video Games

"Sunken Cities" Exhibition To Open In London's British Museum Later This Month

A major new Exhibition, “Sunken Cities ; Egypt’s Lost Worlds” will open in London’s British Museum on Thursday the 19th May 2016.

Submerged under the sea for over a thousand years, two lost cities of ancient Egypt, Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus were rediscovered in 2000, and their story is told here for the first time. 395 more words

Art

Speaking The Truth

We were reading the Christian News Network tonight and came across this nice article:

http://christiannews.net/2016/05/02/research-biologist-says-bible-not-evolution-accounts-for-human-dna-diversity/

We enjoy reading about genetics and have done some research on the subject but when someone who says they are a Christian says something like: 601 more words

Academics

Western Isles Submerged Forest Community Site Visit and Workshop.

Dr Scott Timpany of The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute will be conducting a community visit and workshop to the submerged forest at Eilean an Dunain, Berneray in the Western Isles on the 7th and 8th May 2016. 529 more words

Archaeology

News Roundup

Archaeology: Captain Cook’s Endeavour has been found. The exact remain of the boat haven’t been found but it’s in one of the nine sites that the British scuttled ship during the Revolutionary War to provide a blockade of Narragansett Bay. 261 more words

News

Jeff Ferguson looks at objects' origins to learn about history

Columbia — Jeff Ferguson can’t sit still for long. He emanates energy, always searching for something to occupy his mind or his hands.

That energy often funnels into his longtime interest in handcrafted things and human technologies. 2,331 more words

People