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Iron Age and Roman settlement in the hills of southern Jordan (or, a photo of me appears in a peer-reviewed journal)

I have (as usual?) been remiss in my blogging duties here, and have allowed the August issue of Journal of Field Archaeology (40.4) to come out without blogging about my colleague, Kyle Knabb (et al.)’s, … 327 more words

Archaeology

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Visited on Monday 20th July 2015

The Kunsthistorisches Museum is situated in the Museum Quarter of Vienna.

It has an impressive number of collections that includes a huge collection amassed by the Habsburgs and other collections from Ancient Egypt to the late 18th century. 408 more words

Egyptology

Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam

Visited on 13th May 2015

The Allard Pierson Museum is the archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam. Artifacts found here are from the ancient civilizations of ancient Egypt, the Near East, the Greek World, Etruria, and the Roman Empire, which are curated and exhibited in this museum. 265 more words

Egyptology

Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden

Visited on 12th May 2015

The Rijksmuseum van Oudheden is the national archaeological museum of the Netherlands

The Museum grew out of the collection of Leiden University and still closely co-operates with its Faculty of Archaeology. 565 more words

Egyptology

Ainos Castle by Aersz_Ca

Enez castle the Roman period…

As Seen on 500px – May 13, 2015 at 02:05AM

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Dublin Museum of Archaeology.

Visited on 22nd April 2015

The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, on Kildare Street in Dublin, first opened its doors in 1890 and since then it has been filling in the blanks for academics and tourists through its extensive archaeological collections. 243 more words

Egyptology

Chester Beatty Library, Dublin

Visited on 22nd April 2015

The Chester Beatty Library was established in Dublin, Ireland in 1950, to house the collections of mining magnate, Sir Alfred Chester Beatty. 371 more words

Egyptology