Dig it find out archaeological magazine 26-05-2019

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Roman lead sarcophagus accidentally found in Granada

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Mark Jackson

archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com – Roman lead sarcophagus accidentally found in Granada 6/19/2019 09:00:00 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest When archaeologists began exploring underneath a buil…SCIENCE

Five Early-20th Century Archaeological Discoveries of Great Importance – Archaeology Review

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

ahotcupofjoe.net – Archaeology in the early 20th century was still in its developmental stages. Archaeologists just after the turn of the 19th to 20th century were still very much interested in finding treasures or acq…LEISURE

Norway is returning Easter Island artefacts to Chile

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Sabhrina Aninta

www.weforum.org – There are many forms of cultural appropriation but surely the most stark was the removal of hundreds of thousands of artefacts from countries that were colonized by European nations. Now calls to ret…SCIENCE

Capuchin monkeys have a 3,000-year archaeological record

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Yusra Salim | يُسرى بِنْت سالم

arstechnica.com – By Tiago Falótico – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=60386655 The archaeological record of human tools use dates back about 2.5 million years, and archaeologist…LEISURE

The frightening supernatural story of the Black Bird of Chernobyl

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Gaby

www.news.com.au – In the days leading up to the Chernobyl disaster, several of the workers in the control room of the nuclear power plant in northern Ukraine claimed to have seen the creature that is known as the Blac…SCIENCE

New Books in Egyptology (May-June 2019) – Nile Scribes

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REACH

nilescribes.org – Every two months the Nile Scribes update our readers on the most recent Egyptological publications. From popular reads to peer-reviewed scholarship, we hope to illustrate the wide variety of topics d…LEISURE

Roman lime kiln found under City Arcade in Exeter

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Hellene Travel

archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com – Roman lime kiln found under City Arcade in Exeter 6/18/2019 11:30:00 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Archaeologists have excavated incredible new evidence of…SCIENCE

‘Outer Wilds’ Is a Captivating Sci-Fi Mystery About the End of the World

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Patrick Rennie

www.vice.com – I drift in the space between the twin worlds, Ash and Ember, counting the minutes and watching as sand falls. The two planets, locked in a combative binary orbit, are a celestial hourglass: The seemi…LEISURE

Researchers found 6000-year old Lord Rama & Lord Hanuman carvings in Silemania, Iraq

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Prakash Nath Gupta

postcard.news – Hinduism is the most ancient religion in the world. Previously we had written about the existence of a Shiva linga in Mecca. The fact is that people are raising controversies when there is nothing re…LEISURE

‘Sleeping Beauty’ mummy unearthed as ‘Russian Atlantis’ discovered in lake

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Daily Mirror

www.mirror.co.uk – A ‘Russian Atlantis’ has ‘risen’ from the depths of a vast made-made lake in thawing Siberia, revealing graves of mummified prehistoric “fashionistas” and astonishing treasures. Archaeologists are ex…ENVIRONMENT

Sunday Morning Worship: In This Delicate Turning, #UUAGA 2019

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www.uua.org – Unedited live captions of the Sunday Morning Worship (TXT) were created during the event, and contain some errors. Captioning is not available for some copyrighted material. After exploring el poder …LEISURE

Projects in Spain, France, Mexico, Portugal and Slovenia enter Best Practices Register for Underwater Cultural Heritage Protection

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Delegamex UNESCO

en.unesco.org – Participants at the Meeting of States Parties to the 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage on 20 June designated five examples representing best practices for t…SCIENCE

NEH Internship Program

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NEH

www.neh.gov – The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is an independent federal agency that provides support to advance and disseminate knowledge in all of the disciplines of the humanities: history, liter…LEISURE

Kodumanal: the city that clothed Rome

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CapOrbit

www.thehindu.com – Feeling slightly lost, I get off the train at Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu’s heartland. Pankaj Mishra, the only other travel writer to set foot here (as far as I know), dismissed the town as being “to unde…LEISURE

Israeli Soldiers Unearth Watchtower from King Hezekiah’s Reign

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Daniel St.Pierre

www.christianheadlines.com – Israeli paratroopers and archaeologists announced Wednesday that they unearthed the remains of a 2,700-year-old watchtower at an undisclosed location in southern Israel. Archaeologists from the Israe…LEISURE

After 4000 years scientists unlock secrets of Bronze Age dagger

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Robin Breeds

www.dailymail.co.uk – Glittering with dazzling detail, its secrets have remained untold for thousands of years. But now the full story of this once exquisitely beautiful jewelled dagger – buried near Stonehenge two millen…LEISURE

The unique temple of ed-Dur must not be lost to the desert sands again

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The National Comment

www.thenational.ae – A couple of weeks ago, the early Christian church and monastery on Sir Bani Yas was re-opened to the public. In this Year of Tolerance, it provides a reminder both of the spirit of peaceful interfait…SCIENCE

Egypt: How ‘remarkable’ Red Sea find revealed ‘without a doubt’ who built Great Pyramid

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✞he Beginning of Sorrows

www.express.co.uk – The Great Pyramid of Giza, also known as the Pyramid of Khufu is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex in Egypt and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. B…LEISURE

Sydney Metro construction unearths 160-year-old grave

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Robert Maxwell

www.abc.net.au – The search is on for the descendants of a man whose remains were found at one of Australia’s oldest cemeteries, on the site of Sydney’s Central Station, 160 years after he died. The Devonshire Street…

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