Anthropology Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Ruins of ancient villa found in AntalyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Turkish Daily News

    Excavations in the ancient city of Arykanda in the southern province of Antalya's Finike district, have unearthed the ruins of a 1,700 year-old villa. The findings in the ancient city show the importance of the city in the ancient times, said the archaeologists.


  2. Cold-Resistant Yeast Discovered in South American PotteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Archaeology

    According to a report from NBC News , traces of yeast have been detected on 1,000-year-old pottery discovered near the Chile-Argentina border. The yeast, called Saccharomyces eubayanus , is thought to have been an ancestor of the yeast currently used to brew lager.


  3. Grandma's attic leads to an exhibit at Palo Alto JCCRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | The Jewish News Weekly

    As the only grandchild in her family, Roslyn Sholin inherited a Pennsylvania house in 2002 - and a bunch of dust-covered boxes in its attic. Fifteen years later, the contents of those boxes have turned into an exhibition of family life that traces the Jewish immigrant experience in America.


  4. Porpoise Bones Unearthed at Medieval Monks' RetreatRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Archaeology

    The remains of a porpoise have been unearthed at the site of a medieval religious retreat on the island of Chapelle Dom Hue, according to a report in The Guardian . Archaeologists expected the carefully dug grave to contain human bones, and were surprised to find a porpoise skull and other body parts.


  5. 'The Dead Sea Scrolls' Is Coming To DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | CBS Local

    Warning For Bicyclists After Man Found Shot To Death There is a warning for bicyclists to stay off the trails near Palmer Lake after the mysterious killing of a bike rider. 'The Dead Sea Scrolls' Is Coming To Denver The Denver Museum of Nature & Science announced Tuesday that "The Dead Sea Scrolls" exhibition is coming to town.


  6. Female exogamy and gene pool diversification at the transition from...Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | CiteULike

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  7. Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Polygon

    If you've never been forced to kill people by an evil monochromatic bear, and you're dying to know what it's like, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Beginning with the first game's release in Japan in 2010, Dangranronpa is a series about high school students being plunged into despair and forced to kill each other. It may sound bizarre, but it's grown incredibly popular, spawning several games, anime and manga adaptations, light novels and even mobile games.


  8. Dead Sea Scrolls Are Coming To DenverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The scrolls will be dramatically presented within a massive exhibit case featuring carefully regulated individual chambers, along with the full English translation. In addition, the largest collection of artifacts from the Holy Land ever assembled for display will allow guests to explore the traditions, beliefs and iconic objects of ancient that continue to impact world cultures today.


  9. Bill Cunningham inspires Apple's in-store experiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Bill Cunningham is still influencing the world in ways even he could never have imagined. The famed street-style photographer died last year at age 87 .


  10. Experts discover tomb of Mayan 'God-King'Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Fox News

    ... Classic Maya revered their divine rulers and treated them as living souls after death," said David Freidel , an anthropology professor at the university and research co-director of the U.S.-Guatemalan El Per-Waka' Archaeological Project, which ...


  11. Losing our sense of communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    This past year I've been writing a book about my travels in Ireland, and lately I've been researching life on the Blasket Islands . Though the islands were inhabited at various times over hundreds of years, it was in the 1910s that a group of anthropologists, linguists, musicologists and writers came to the islands to study and record a culture that was largely untouched by the modern world.


  12. Areni Cave preservation project launched funded by the U.S. governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Groong

    "We as humans share a common story.  Armenians, Americans, no matter where you are from, it is ancient cultural sites, like the Areni cave, that help us understand our interwoven history.  That is why the U.S. government's Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation supports efforts like the preservation work here in Areni," said U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Richard Mills, Jr., during a ceremony marking completion of the renovation project in Areni cave.


  13. Pope overhauls key institute to reflect his vision of familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Powhatan Today

    ... Institute for the Marriage and Family Sciences will include courses in all social sciences - sociology, anthropology, psychology - as well as biology, reflecting a vision of the family that goes well beyond theology. The new mission is taking its ...


  14. Bones, ancient artifacts found at three Fredericksburg sitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2016 |

    The Fredericksburg City Council wants to demolish a home at 1208 Sophia Street and sell the neighboring home to someone who will move it so that the Central Rappahannock Regional Library Headquarters on Caroline Street can expand. Bones that were determined to be from a deer were found during a renovation project at 201 William St. in Fredericksburg.


  15. Interview with Joseph Balicki: Reb and Yank History Right Under His FeetRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | HistoryNet

    Joseph Balicki gets to play in the dirt for a living. A principal archaeologist and project manager for John Milner Associates, which offers historic preservation services, Balicki became involved in Civil War military archaeology after he obtained his master's degree from Catholic University.


  16. TX woman: Hobby Lobby decor 'racist'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    ... stems from 19th century ideas we now know as scientific racism, which has been disproved and discredited in anthropology and biology." Quote from textbook : "Just like Europeans or Asians, there were racial similarities between Indians, but there ...


  17. Indian Arrowheads of the PiedmontRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Carolina Country Magazine

    Ron Harris holds a prized Southern trophy stone axe head found in 1940 by a friend of his father's, who later donated it to the Harris collection. The axe was found at Lyle Creek, near Conover in Catawba County.


  18. Greasby to receive new boundary signs to mark oldest settlement in Western BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Wirral Globe

    Acknowledging the significance of Greasby with these signs has long since been an aspiration of former Liverpool City Centre planning team leader Rod Hutchinson IT'S a well known fact that Wirral has many early settlements, but did you know that one part of the borough is older than both Stonehenge and the Pyramids? Next week Greasby will welcome new boundary signs to mark the historical discovery that the area contains the earliest dated settlement in Western Britain - and one of the oldest in the country. Acknowledging the significance of Greasby with these signs has long since been an aspiration of former Liverpool City Centre planning team leader Rod Hutchinson.


  19. Institute for Marriage and FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 |

    On Tuesday Pope Francis issued a new motu proprio changing the legal status of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, making it a theological institute charged with studying marriage and the family from a scientific perspective. The motu proprio, titled "Summa Familiae Cura," meaning "Highest Care of Families," was published Sept.


  20. Former Cupids councillor Mike Power sues provincial governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | The Compass

    Former Cupids councillor Mike Power isn't going down without a fight, judging from the content of a lawsuit filed last month in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador. Power, who was removed from council last month, is suing the provincial government for damages.