Archaeology Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Fort Necessity National Battlefield: A living, evolving lab for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    ... 22, 2016. (Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette) Archaeologists from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Department of Archaeology from left: Samantha Jacobs, Ben Ford, and Eden VanTries excavate the Fort Necessity National Battlefield in front of a model ...


  2. Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be savedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Star

    In this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologist holds pieces of pottery in an area being excavated in rural Bertie County, N.C. Clues to what became of North Carolina's fabled Lost Colony could lie in a waterfront tract where developers once wanted to build thousands of condos. Now, one of those would-be developers is seeking millions of dollars to preserve the property.


  3. Golconda Fort already a world heritage site?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | The Times of India

    ... speak to the tourism department about the board," said N R Visalatchy, director, state department of museums and archaeology. While the Golconda Fort and Charminar are managed by the Archeological Survey of India, the third heritage site on the ...


  4. FBI returns ancient Mayan artifacts to GuatemalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Reuters

    Mayan artifacts believed to be more than 1,000 years old are returned to Guatemala after their recovery from a deceased art collector in Los Angeles. Rough Cut .


  5. Egypt counts on unique antiquities to get out of tourism recessionRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 23 | Xinhuanet

    "The exhibition is incredibly successful with high turnout, and we study holding it in different museums inside and outside Egypt," said Dorwis Hana, head of Center for the Revival of Ancient Egyptian Art. In a bid to stimulate the declining tourism revenue, Antiquities Minister Khaled el Anany inaugurated on Thursday the first exhibition of replicas of artifacts at the Egyptian Museum in the Cairo's Tahrir Square.


  6. Visitors to Godstow Abbey given insight into site's royal pastRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 23 | Oxford Times

    ... significance in 1949. Since the display board was installed in May, staff from the university's school of archaeology have carried out further research to discover more about the history of the site. Mr Jones added: "As part of the project, the ...


  7. Pupils dig deep for Anglo Saxon artefactsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Sudbury Today

    ... dig by the old school in Long Melford researching more into the village's Roman heritage. Carrie Kelly head of archaeology at TGS, Peter Hart Stour Valley Community archaeologyand students Isabel Vadilonga OSA, Joshua Thomas TGS, Amy Hart and ...


  8. St. Charles resident works to uncover history through Archaeology Field SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Kane Co. Chronicle

    ... Services is giving Illinois students the opportunity to uncover a part of McHenry County's past via its 2016 Archaeology Field School. WOODSTOCK – Midwest Archaeological Research Services is giving Illinois students the opportunity to uncover ...


  9. Summer in the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | This Is Exeter

    THE Exeter Business Improvement District have gathered some of the best events happening around the Exeter city centre to help you plan an activity-filled calendar. With plenty of different events ranging from arts and crafts to food and drink, there will be something to keep all the family happy in Exeter this summer! Festival of Archaeology at Exeter Cathedral: As part of this annual event, Exeter Cathedral has lined up a number of events to give both adults and children the chance to experience what it's like to be an archaeologist and discover interesting facts about the past.


  10. The writing is on the wallRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 23 | China Daily

    More than a century after the Mogao Grottoes were discovered, it is a hard task saving them from the ravages of man and nature. In 1900 a Taoist priest named Wang Yuanlu found a cave in Dunhuang, Gansu province, packed with tens of thousand of volumes of Buddhist sutra.


  11. Archaeology Day at Gunby HallRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 23 | Horncastle News

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Visit National Trust's Gunby near Spilsby for free this Saturday for their annual Archaeology Day from 11am to 5pm.


  12. Clwydian Range hillfort archaeological dig open to publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Newsday

    A dig on nearby Moel y Gaer at Bodfari, near Denbigh, where a team from Oxford University has been excavating since 2011, will be open on Sunday. Denbighshire county archaeologist Fiona Gale said: "It is a great opportunity for us to learn more about what life was like in these enigmatic places when people built them around 2,500 years ago.


  13. Margo Pope: Digging prospect of our 'underground museum'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | St. Augustine Record

    ... The website has lots of information, photos, videos and a membership form. Anyone who wants to know more about archaeology before making a commitment can also contact Nick McAuliffe, treasurer and immediate past president, at [email protected] . ...


  14. Page opens educational series at synagogueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | The Jackson Sun

    Page opens educational series at synagogue The archaeologist presented a lecture called "From the Promised Land to Land of Promise." Check out this story on "It's like Ephesus in western Turkey, it will never be finished," Page said, before bringing the metaphor to the South.


  15. Archaeology DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | This Is Exeter

    Join in with National Archaeology Day and discover how archaeological 'finds' are identified and dated. Bring along your own finds for identification.


  16. Remarkable 3,000-Year-Old Community Dubbed the - British Pompeii'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    The excavation at Must Farms, by the Cambridge Archaeological Unit, has unearthed a trove of textiles, pottery and tools that reveal new insights into the lives of our ancestors. The community at Must Farms dates back to the end of the Bronze Age , according to the Cambridge Archaeological Unit.


  17. FBI in LA Repatriates Ancient Mayan ArtifactsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | NBC Los Angeles

    ... to the FBI. The U.S. has a bilateral agreement with the Republic of Guatemala which restricts the importation of archaeology artifacts into the U.S. In the spirit of the agreement, the FBI is facilitating the return of the artifacts, Fike said.


  18. Consultancy team defends Chao Phraya riverside planRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Bangkok Post

    ... together with experts and academics from the Office of Architecture, Office of Literature and History, Office of Archaeology, and National Archives of Thailand on design plans and with the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources on environment ...


  19. U of Mn's Bell Museum + Planetarium hires new executive directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Star Tribune

    The University of Minnesota has picked Denise Young , a North Carolina educator, to head the Bell Museum + Planetarium starting September 12. Young has been director of education and planning for the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill since 2002. At Morehead, she oversees a $2.43 million budget and a staff of 14, with 80 part time staff who do educational programs for elementary students to adults.


  20. Towner opens "Some Are Nights Others Stars"Read the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Art Daily

    ... victims shackled in an unnatural environment, but are defiant, magical and hopeful rather than compliant. An Archaeology Project for Future Remembrance (2013) by Tiffany Chung explores a district in Ho Chi Minh City that was razed to the ground to ...