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Cultural Racketeering in Syria

Franklin Lamb  Intifada Palestine

One of the many gut-wrenching dimensions of the soon to be five-year Syrian crisis is that whenever one surveys the conflict on the ground and concludes that the maelstrom can’t possibly get any worse, it plummets deeper into the abyss. 2,504 more words


Brittany, Dinard

When I began my series of posts about a holiday to Wales I told you that this was a result of hastily reorganising arrangements because of the threats of industrial action and ferry delays due to migrant disruption at the port of Calais but we were not to be denied a visit to Northern France because in August I spotted some reasonably priced return air fares at only £49 each to the Brittany resort of Dinard. 751 more words


All about the Kumano Kodo, the World Heritage Sites of the Kii Peninsula【Pics & Video】

Walking through Japan can be a truly uplifting experience. You see so much more by walking through places, especially sacred places. It’s different from walking to them, seeing, and then leaving. 1,415 more words


New Ruins, Gone Ruins

De Vattel, in his Law of Nations, noted that ‘only an enemy of mankind can thoughtlessly deprive humanity of those monuments of art, the exemplars of artistry. 3,418 more words

1954 Convention

a tid bit on Climate Change & Pollution in Archaeology

First things first- happy October everyone! Let’s raise a glass to cooler temperatures, fall leaves, and cozy scarves. Now back to our scheduled programing.

We do our best. 528 more words


Video: A month in Malaysia & Singapore

As it gets to the crunch time of my final semester of university I am naturally avoiding study by going through my GoPro footage from my most recent holiday instead. 26 more words