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Not Palmyra?

There was a time when mare nostrum (which is the term the Italian government used for its efforts to control illegal immigration from North Africa and to save lives on perilous rubber dinghies) was truly “our sea”. 1,907 more words


What is a Site Catchment Analysis? - Mochico Pottery, Peru - The tomb of Agamemnon

What is a Site Catchment Analysis?

A site catchment analysis is the study of an area where there are known sites and it looks at, and interprets, the surrounding landscape, environment and the association of the sites within their setting. 1,345 more words

What Is Archaeology

Excavating Trien Tranh relic

Trien Tranh relic is in Duy Trinh commune, Duy Xuyên district (Quang Nam province). It was found at the end of August 2014 by the construction units of Da Nang – Quang Ngai highway with a lot of ancient artefacts such as tiles, bricks… 91 more words


rocky trivia roundup

Rounding up some obliquely geological trivia, featuring runes, volcanoes, artifacts, roads, and unbelief…

1. The first full history of Denmark, a sixteen-volume admixture of Norse mythology, folklore, and fact, was completed in the early 13th century by… 1,300 more words


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Palaeolithic rock art at risk: New discoveries in Wadi Abu Subeira, Upper Egypt

The number of discovered Late Palaeolithic rock art sites in Wadi Abu Subeira (Upper Egypt) is ever-increasing, now with finds also outside of the wadi, at el-Aqba el-Saghira. 562 more words