Archaeology Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Discovering the Tarkine | photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The Advocate

    UP: Liz Johnstone and Bert Lawatsch from the Wilderness Society sort through hundreds of kilograms of rubbish from the Tarkine coast. A four-day expedition to one of Tasmania's most remote coastlines became a journey of understanding, recognition, and discovery for its participants.

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  2. MOLA excavations at Crossrail Farringdon site reveal secrets of Tudor LifeRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Art Daily

    ... reported in the recently published book which explores the life of the site surrounding the Charterhouse through archaeology and the history of the area. Sam Pfizenmaier, a Senior Archaeologist at MOLA and author of the book, said: 'As well as ...

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  3. Vatican to host menorah exhibition with Roman JewsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Art Daily

    People look from the Dome of St. Peter Basilica as Pope Francis addresses the crowd from the window of the apostolic palace overlooking St. Peter's square during his Angelus prayer on February 19, 2017 in Vatican City. ANDREAS SOLARO / AFP.

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  4. Miquel Navarro's Imaginary Archaeologies occupies San Sebastian's Kubo-kutxa galleryRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Art Daily

    ... work books and other smaller pieces, a series of small sculptures, little clay figures in a nod to academia and archaeology, presented as that laboratory of creation and experimentation which is the sculptor's studio. This is the first time an ...

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  5. Ferry Farm celebrates Presidents Day with archaeology eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Fredericksburg.com

    ... George Washington's Boyhood Home. The warm weather brought out hundreds of people for the President's Day event 'Archaeology Day at Ferry Farm'. Visitors learned about artifacts, played Colonial games and listened about the construction of the ...

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  6. Raiders of the lost Charterhouse: search for tomb of ancient king of Scotland beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Sunday Herald

    ... Art, the University of Stirling, and the University of the Highlands and Islands, are tojoin forces with Perth's archaeology, heritage and cultural bodies in a project to locate and recreate lost Charterhouse and its Royal Tombs. The building also ...

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  7. Popular Hikes at Red Rock State Park & Other Events in AprilPhoenix, Arizona - April 8, 2016Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Arizona State Parks

    Join us at Red Rock State Park in April 2016 for spring in Sedona! There will be a talk on migratory habits of the many birds of North America as well as three popular hikes Ethnobotany, Moonlight and Archaeology Hikes! Of the more than 650 bird species that nest in North America, 75% engage in some kind of migration. Many birds make long journeys twice each year as they migrate between their winter and summer homes.

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  8. Tudor shoes uncovered by Crossrail in central LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Daily Mail

    ... brook that ran down to the old Fleet river', Sam Pfizenmaier, a senior archaeologist at Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) told MailOnline. The shoes were found with other general household rubbish including cooking wares, money boxes, a horse ...

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  9. 'Tomb Treasures' document life, afterlife of Han dynasty's eliteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Contra Costa Times

    ... the Chu Kingdom at Xuzhou, first uncovered in 1995. The story of the exploration is told in a kind of "virtual archaeology" via computer-enhanced video models. Also intriguing are photographs of the Dayun Mountain mausoleum from the chief excavator, ...

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  10. Possible 'Hidden Chamber' in King Tut's Tomb Invites More Secretive ScansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Yahoo!

    ... professor at the University of Denver who is a leading expert in the use of ground-penetrating radar in archaeology , has criticized the decision of Egyptian authorities to withhold data. He told Live Science that he thinks it is a good idea for the ...

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  11. Thulamela: Iron-Age Kingdom in South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | LiveScience

    ... system in South Africa, that the site was excavated on a large scale and restored. Owen Jarus writes about archaeology and all things about humans' past for Live Science. Owen has a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Toronto and a ...

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  12. Moms Rule! Excavation at Chaco Canyon Reveals Maternal LineageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Live Science

    ... to determine whether they were related, said study lead researcher Douglas Kennett, a professor of environmental archaeology and head of the Department of Anthropology at Pennsylvania State University. "We used [a] unique combination [of] ...

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  13. Iraqi experts trained to save Mosul heritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Turkish Daily News

    ... contact with the British Museum to complete our projects, to discover and to change the direction of history and archaeology," he said.

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  14. Museum in Turkey's Ayd n takes visitors back 2,500 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Turkish Daily News

    With a veritable treasure trove of sculptures, the Afrodisyas Museum near Turkey's Aegean coast takes visitors back more than two millennia to sample some of the most striking statues produced in the region. The ancient city of Aphrodisias, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage Temporary list, is located in the western province of AydA n's Karacasu district.

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  15. Excavating at TAocume and Other Adventures with Thor HeyerdahlRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Bangor Daily News

    The vast, barren ruins of the pyramids of TAocume rise out of the flat coastal plains of northern Peru. Though eroded over the centuries, these massive monuments still bear witness to their original grandeur.

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  16. Link About It: Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Rooms' Handicapped Accessible OptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Cool Hunting

    For the "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" exhibition at the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC, a major addition has been made to the works, allowing even more people to experience their wonder. The ramps that enter into the LED- or pumpkin-filled mirror wonderlands are considered to be part of the piece itself.

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  17. Weatherford College students dig archeological opportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Star-Telegram.com

    That's what archeologist and researchers are discovering as they dig around a Parker County log cabin built around a time known as the "Gilded Age" of America. News of the project was announced last October that the Doss Heritage and Culture Center announced a partnership with Weatherford College - ; the Texas Historic Commission- ; and Tarrant County Archaeological Society- .

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  18. New evidence highlights maternal hierarchy of Pueblo BonitoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | UPI

    ... aying that one kinship group controlled Pueblo Bonito for more than 300 years," added Steve Plog, a professor of archaeology at the University of Virginia. "This is the best evidence of a social hierarchy in the ancient Southwest."

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  19. Medieval English Graffiti SurveyedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Archaeology

    Archaeologists are searching buildings in Bolton for medieval markings designed to fend off evil spirits and bad omens, according to a report in The Bolton News . Members of the Bolton Archaeology and Egyptology Society are being trained to spot the marks through tours of historic buildings such as Hall i' th' Wood, a Tudor manor house built in the early sixteenth century.

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  20. Colonial-Era Artifacts Uncovered in AustraliaRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Archaeology

    ... n't have a great deal of evidence of that coexistence between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people." For more on archaeology of nineteenth-century Australia, go to " Alone, but Closely Watched ."

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