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  1. Plans approved for 72 homes in villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hereford Times

    PLANNING approval for 72 homes in Weston-under-Penyard has been granted, which objectors say will increase the size of the village by 50 percent. At the Herefordshire Council planning meeting councillors agreed to two separate developments off the A40 in the village near Ross -on-Wye.

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  2. Sorting Through the Bullshit in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Counterpunch

    ... own sake, ideas for their own sake." As an example, he cites how Florida Governor Rick Scott "has singled out anthropology majors as something that his state does not need more of." Scott has proposed raising tuition costs at Florida state ...

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  3. Prof. Daniel Adler to discuss `Excavations in ArmeniaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Groong

    PRESS RELASE Date: September 2, 2015 ARMENIAN ASSEMBLY OF AMERICA NEWS Name: Taniel Koushakjian Telephone: 393-3434 Email: [email protected] Web: http://armenianassembly.tumblr.com/ Prof. Daniel Adler to discuss `Excavations in Armenia: Transitions from lower to middle Paleolithic ' According to the *Greenwich Sentinel*, Professor Daniel Adler will present `Excavations in Armenia: Transitions from lower to middle Paleolithic ' at the *Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 8:00 PM*.

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  4. Community News in Brief: Thursday, September 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird has given 35,000 to Tyneside and Northumberland Mind's REVOC project, following an application to her Supporting Victims Fund. The charity will use the cash to fund an eight-month pilot providing specialist support to victims and witnesses of crime in Northumberland who have mental health issues, supporting them in their recovery from the point of crime or incident and, where necessary, throughout their involvement with the criminal justice system.

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  5. 3D printing brings Bronze Age music aliveRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    An Australian archaeologist has 3D printed a replica of an Iron Age artifact to revive a rich musical culture in ancient Ireland. Billy O Foghlu from the Australian National University has found evidence that the artifact may have been a mouthpiece from an iron-age horn and not a spear-butt as previously thought.

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  6. NISO Launches New Primer Series with the Publication of Primer on Research Data ManagementRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ConsortiumInfo.org

    The Standards News Portal is updated on a daily basis to bring you the most important news about standards - how they are created, how they affect you - and who's doing what to whom. The Standards News Portal was launched in February 2002 and currently contains 7973 categorized, searchable articles, perhaps the largest archive of its type in existence.

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  7. Martyr to Science in Palmyra: Archeologist Khaled al-AsaadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Juan Cole

    A second ancient temple at Palmyra has been razed, with a satellite image appearing to confirm the destruction of the Temple of Bel, previously one of the best-preserved parts of the ancient city. The revelation follows the release of images by Islamic State last week showing the Baalshamin temple had been blown up.

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  8. Artifact rescuer says world must protect antiquitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of Israel

    A reserve colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps who led an international hunt for looted antiquities from Iraq a decade ago said Wednesday that the West needs to deploy forces to protect Mideast archaeological sites from extremists like the Islamic State group. Col. Matthew Bogdanos, who led the investigation into the 2003 looting of the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad, told The Associated Press that Western forces should also train locals to take over protecting the sites.

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  9. 10 Affordable Countries That Budget Travelers Can't MissRead the original story

    Wednesday | Lifehack.org

    Traveling is a way of life. Traveling inspires, changes us, and broadens our horizons.

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  10. TreasureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Examiner.com

    A recent story about the discovery of treasure found off the Caesarea Coast of Israel had the internet abuzz. It seems scuba divers out for some fun discovered a cache of almost 2,000 gold coins .

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  11. Nefertiti's burial chamber may be hidden behind King Tut's tombRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Examiner.com

    British archeologist Dr Nicholas Reeves of the University of Arizona thinks he may have finally discovered the missing tomb of Queen Nefertiti, one of the famous women in history, behind a secret door in Tutankhamun's tomb . If true, it could be one of the most important find since Tut's tomb was discovered nearly 100 years ago by Howard Carter in 1922 Although researchers throughout the world are excited by the possibility, many remain skeptical after a previously discovered mummy in the same complex turned out to be Queen Tiye, the Boy King 's grandmother .

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  12. A real-life 'Game of Thrones'Read the original story

    Jul 28, 2015 | The Galveston County Daily News

    The mummies of ancient Egypt have given science much insight into their lives and deaths. Just a year ago they unearthed an unknown pharaoh from a dynasty whose existence historians had only speculated about.

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  13. Anthropologies #21: Agricultural Adaptations and their...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Savage Minds

    ... and research projects in Ghana, the Solomon Islands, and Ethiopia. He has a Master's Degree in Applied Anthropology and lives with his wife and two children on their family farm in the Volta Region of Ghana, West Africa. Climate change ...

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  14. After Palmyra, Global Concern About Protecting Cultural TreasuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scientific Blogging

    There has been much public condemnation of the destruction of the Temple of Bel at Palmyra by Islamic State , as well as the wider devastation being inflicted on the cultural heritage of Syria and Iraq by both IS and its opponents in Syria's civil war. Both Syria and Iraq are party to all relevant treaties protecting cultural heritage, but this has not stopped the rampant violations.

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  15. 18th century village ruins discovered during Turcot construction to be destroyedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    The remains of an old village dating back to the 18th century uncovered at the site of the new Turcot Interchange will not be preserved. Transport Quebec said at a meeting a Wednesday evening the remains of St-Henri-des-Tanneries will be destroyed as construction continues on the ongoing $3.7-billion project.

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  16. Syria's heritage riches victim of intractable warRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    A picture taken on March 14, 2014 shows a view of the external courtyard of the sanctuary of Baal in the ancient oasis city of Palmyra, 215 kilometres northeast of Damascus. The Islamic State jihadist group has reportedly blown up parts of the Temple of Baal in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and activists said on August 30, 2015.

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  17. Historical FootnotesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Organic/Mechanic

    ... who experienced it die. I might be using the wrong terms here. Maybe it's not history I'm talking about, but anthropology. History is "these are the things that happened"; anthropology is "these are the ways people acted." Living as I do, in a ...

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  18. Chengdu: Come for the pandas, stay for the historyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Asia News Network

    I was hurrying down the corridors of Panda Story Cinema when something stopped me in my tracks: A video of a pair of newborn panda cubs. It was the first time I had set eyes on newborn cubs, and I did a double take.

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  19. Jessa Duggar Deemed Unacceptable Speaker by Southern Women's Show GoersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NewsBusters.org

    She's a young newlywed mother-to-be with a history of being molested, and she wants to share her story with other women. Sounds like the kind of thing the feminist sisterhood and the emotion porn-loving Oprah crowd can agree to get behind.

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  20. AP Interview: Rescuer says world must protect antiquitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KRON 4

    A reserve colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps who led an international hunt for looted antiquities from Iraq a decade ago said Wednesday that the West needs to deploy forces to protect Mideast archaeological sites from extremists like the Islamic State group. Col. Matthew Bogdanos, who led the investigation into the 2003 looting of the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad, told The Associated Press that Western forces should also train locals to take over protecting the sites.

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