Before we began the day, Barra once again told us about a convict who was housed on Spike Island. I cannot remember this convict’s name, but he was a particularly bad, unruly prisoner. 571 more words
I’ve been living in a twitter cave or something, as I have managed to completely miss #folkloreThursday. Oh and it’s wonderful, the folklore magpie I am is loving it all. 450 more words
The Archeodome is a building that encloses a significant part of the dig site for the Prehistoric Indian Village. This enclosure means that digging can take place at any time, and it doesn’t have to be covered every time archaeologists leave, to protect the artifacts. 312 more words
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1971.
Casson was a professor of classics at NYU but he was known to aficionados of naval history as the leading expositor of maritime archaeology. 277 more words