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Helping Your Child Deal with the Loss of a Pet

For many children their first experience with death will be the death of the family pet. Regardless of the reasons for the pet’s death, children can be overwhelmed by the loss and will need guidance as they go through the grieving process. 534 more words


Live - Before it's Time to Leave.

I’m standing still in the middle of my messy room, all my stuff is out on the floor, the bed and everywhere else. There’s clothes I don’t wear, shoes that don’t fit, socks missing a pair, bags that are worn off, sheets that are ripped from edges and wires, so many wires for what I’ve no clue. 298 more words


The Evidence of Material Culture : Studies in Honour of Professor Vera Evison

I’ve just heard of the release of a new collection on early medieval material culture, in honour of Professor Vera Evison, published by Mergoils. It isn’t seemingly on the publisher’s website yet, but it should appear… 391 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Sets For Sundays - Episode #006 - Burial

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Sorry I’m a little late with this Episode (#006) of Sets For Sundays. It’s 1:39 am Monday morning, the 12th of September 2016. 352 more words

Decapitation, infanticide, votive deposition and magical protection: infant burials in Roman Lincoln

Infant burials are some of the most emotive remains encountered in archaeology. The discovery of any ancient human remains can be an emotional, even profound, experience, and the remains of very young children particularly so. 1,662 more words


Hero or despot, Marcos still divides

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

BATAC (Ilocos Norte) • Former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos died 27 years ago. Yet, the dictator who ruled for more than 20 years and amassed an estimated US$10 billion (S$13.5 billion) in plundered wealth has been as divisive in death as he was when he was alive. 1,665 more words

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