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The city will pay archaeologists close to $45,000 to search a downtown site where thousands of runaway slaves erected tents during the Civil War.
The Anthology of American Folk Music is one of the most influential recordings in history.
High in the whitebark pine forest in the Wind River Mountains, in 2006, archaeologist Richard Adams stumbled across an alpine village like never before seen in Wyoming.
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Ronald Niezen is keen to start the winter semester when he will takes on the new, interdisciplinary Chair, the Katherine A. Pearson Chair in Civil Society and Public Policy, located within both the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Arts.
Archaeologists believe two bodies found in the grounds of Harlech's old Queen's Hotel date from the days when the castle was almost permanently under siege Workers building a new visitor centre next to Harlech Castle may have stumbled on the remains of two people who may have been caught up in the Wars of the Roses.
Ilex has confirmed four subterranean structures discovered during the construction of an underground car park at Ebrington, were not of particular archaeological or historic interest.
The mystery began when an anonymous woman walked into New Haven's Ecuadorian consulate with a shoebox full of missing treasure.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indigenous use of fire for hunting is an unlikely contributor to long-term carbon emissions, but it is an effective environmental management and recovery tool against agribusiness deforestation, a new study from Indiana University and Brazil's Oswaldo Cruz Foundation has found.
Amy Harmon bought the Weisco Motors Building in February. Since then, she has used the space to host a permanent dance company, her real estate development business and an auxiliary space for various projects including a recent western-themed art show.
Thomas E. Levy, a professor of anthropology at the University of California, San Diego, has been unanimously elected to as Chair-Elect of the American Schools of Oriental Research Committee on Archaeological Policy .
Some may have wondered about about a series of pink flags that were later supplanted by white chalk designs on the area between the Admission office and the Taylor Science Center at Hamilton College.
A news release form the institute says Executive Director William W. Shilts announced the appointments on Tuesday.
Sam Green/Cortez Journal Luminaries light the path as it zig zags down to Spruce Tree House for the annual Mesa Verde National Park Holiday Open House.
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