Anthropology Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Ancient spinal injury-a story of survivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... you couldn't get to a hospital," said Lieverse, a faculty member and head of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology in the College of Arts and Science. "So if we go back in time 8,000 years, which is when this individual lived, it's nothing ...

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  2. Scotland's historic buildings at risk from climate changeRead the original story

    Monday Aug 14 | Scotsman.com

    How best to protect Scotland's iconic heritage sites such as Edinburgh Castle and Skara Brae from the impact of climate change will be debated by industry experts next month. The inaugural Global Challenges in Cultural Heritage Conference will take place at the University of Stirling on 1-2 September.

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  3. Two of 3 sets of remains a match for American Indian boys who died at Carlisle Indian Industrial SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | PennLive.com

    This photo shows the Northern Arapaho students, likely including Little Plume, Little Chief and Horse, who arrived at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School on March 11, 1881. This photo shows the Northern Arapaho students, likely including Little Plume, Little Chief and Horse, who arrived at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School on March 11, 1881.( Three Northern Arapaho boys died 130 years ago at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School.

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  4. After Charlottesville violence, World War II anti-fascist propaganda video finds new relevanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | The Washington Post

    In 1947, the U.S. War Department released "Don't Be a Sucker" to illustrate how Americans could lose their country if they give power to hatred. In the aftermath of the weekend's deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, scores of Americans wondered how they should respond to the hate-fueled violence that left three people dead and dozens of others injured.

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  5. Genealogy buffs could help identify woman killed in 1977Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | HeraldNet

    She was wearing a pastel, striped tank top, cut-off jean shorts and size seven blue Mr. Sneekers tennis shoes. A Timex watch with a yellow face was on her left wrist, the leather band fastened at the second-to-last notch.

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  6. Grant will help CMU identify old firearmsRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 13 | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    A Colorado Mesa University researcher was awarded nearly $31,000 by the National Park Service this month to develop technology to identify pre-1900s firearms based on the ammunition they leave behind. Douglas Scott, a research faculty member with the university's Forensic Investigation Research Station, is also an archaeologist who specializes in military, conflict and battlefield archaeology.

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  7. The real goal of the intolerant Left is the outright extermination of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | NewsTarget.com

    The real goal of the intolerant Left is the outright extermination of conservative White culture It's now perfectly clear that the real goal of the intolerant Left is the complete extermination of conservative White culture in America and the elimination of First Amendment rights for anyone who isn't a Leftist. This is now abundantly clear after the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where radical left-wing protesters clashed with angry right-wing protesters , leading to 3 deaths and dozens of injuries.

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  8. 'Knowing C' is set for new marketing campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | PRWeb

    His experience working with the archeology of the coastal city of Caesarea in Israel had been persuasive for Don Aime . He continued to ruminate over it well past the end of his three expeditions of the city.

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  9. Book Review: Anthropology, Theology and Struggling with the LumadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | MindaNews

    (This review by Eizel Paz Hilario was read for her by an MA Anthropology student during the book launch of "Panagkutay" at the Ateneo de Davao University on August 4, 2017) First, thank you, for bringing me back to the missions, and bringing me back ...

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  10. Jim Croce son A.J. Croce on continuing father's musical legacy, new album and tourRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 13 | Washington Times

    ... in my career when I've thought about doing something else. When I was a kid, I thought about studying cultural anthropology and archeology. Those were always interests of mine. There have been a lot of times I've thought, "This is really hard. And ...

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  11. Earth Tones Part of Artists' Palates for 77,000 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Noozhawk

    Karen Osland will present a talk and show of images on Earth Pigments and Rock Art as part of the Santa Ynez Valley Arts Association's free Art Salon series 6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5, in Stacy Hall at St. Mark's in the Valley Episcopal Church, 2901 Nojoqui Ave., Los Olivos.

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  12. Stuff Escapes: Discover the real China with our expertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Stuff.co.nz

    China is massive. It covers seven time zones. It's home to more than a billion people from 56 ethnic groups, who live in 22 provinces and speak eight major dialects It's a land of contrasts.

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  13. Wrong Gobeklitepe skulls reported in Turkish mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Turkish Daily News

    Human skulls unearthed in the world's oldest temple Gobeklitepe , in the southeastern province of Sanl urfa, were recently reported in the Turkish media with the wrong visuals. Gobeklitepe is among the world's most important ancient sites, dating back to the period of humankind's transition from hunting to settled agricultural life.

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  14. Archaeologists uncover 3,000-year-old female statue at citadel gate complex in TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Science Blog

    The remains of a majestic female statue uncovered at the archaeological site of Tayinat in Turkey may challenge our understanding of the public role of women in the ancient world. Excavations led by University of Toronto archaeologists in southeast Turkey near the Syrian border have unearthed a beautifully carved head and upper torso of a female figure.

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  15. Amateur diggers unearth a link to warRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Yahoo!

    Pte Ernest Hobbs left his wife in York and fought in some of the Western Front's most important battles, from Villers-Bretonneux to the Hundred Days Offensive. A century later, two Perth diggers of a different kind have unearthed a relic of his service buried in home soil.

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  16. Team Kemble celebrate after finishing the Trailwaker challenge. Photo: Sally BlissRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    FOUR archaeologists from Cotswold Archaeology's Kemble office recently completed the 2017 Trailwalker challenge, despite battling injuries as well as awful weather and ground conditions. The endurance event, organised by and benefiting Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust, involves teams walking 100km across the South Downs in one go and without sleep.

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  17. A scientific approach to finding faces in skullsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | The Age

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  18. Why Greece Is Best Seen by BoatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | Conde Nast Traveler

    But if you look beyond the well- trodden spots you'll happen upon a smattering of tiny isles with all the spoils of the popular spots like Mykonos and -two-mast Turkish sailing vessels. Once used for fishing, these boats can now ferry up to 16 passengers for week-long tours through the southern Greek islands and give you greater access to the more remote islands, since their size allows them to dock in shallower waters, as well as spontaneity-the SCIC itineraries are dictated literally by where the wind blows.

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  19. Solano County's secret tomato historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 13 | The Daily Republic

    The 26th annual Fairfield Tomato Festival kicks off this week, a celebration of Solano County's No. 4 cash crop .

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  20. Time Team professor to talk at Warmington history group dinnerRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 13 | Banbury Guardian

    One of the original members of archaeology TV show Time Team will be talking about how you can find Black Death history in your back garden in Arlescote later this year. Professor Carenza Lewis will be speaking at Warmington Heritage Group's first annual dinner at Primrose Hill Barn on Friday, October 13. The former Time Team stalwart has agreed to help the group, which has found two hordes of Roman coins around the village, raise money for its archaeological work.

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