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Graham Taylor Sep 14
A broken replica replica = opportunity for experimental . Answering question why were holes bored in ancient pots? Drilled with a flint burin, stitched with wet rawhide, which dried rock solid & pulled cracks together, then sealed with pitch.
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Vedrana Glavas Sep 13
So, this is my office for the next 10 days 😎
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Maria Baias Sep 11
An Extreme Drought Has Revealed a 'Spanish Stonehenge,' a Mysterious Circle of Once Hidden Beneath a Reservoir
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Ticia Verveer Sep 6
This terracotta figurine of a man grating cheese was found in a grave, at the site of the ancient Boeotian city of Mykalissos. 500-475 B.C. Present-day Rhitsona, Greece. At the Thebes Archaeological Museum
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Silchester Archaeology Sep 13
This season saw the completion of the excavation of the 4.8m deep Iron Age defensive ditch. Well-preserved finds included wooden stakes, leather offcuts, a cache of dog skulls and this human skull sat upon a collapsed section of wooden hurdles
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Pete Savin Sep 6
The Ring of Brodgar with its rock cut ditch, dating appears to be around 2400BC
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Pete Savin 2h
Fragments of 5000 year old pottery with human nail decoration, as close to meeting the ancestors as you can get
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Albína Hulda Pálsdóttir 🐏🐴 🦴👩‍🔬🧪🇮🇸 Sep 12
I need an image of some sort of a Viking sheep laden with humans and animals for transportation, does such an image exist? I have not found anything so far
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Michael 'ArchyFantasies' Head 🏳️‍🌈💖💜💙 Sep 11
Whelp looks like I'm going to Indiana for the rest of the month to dig large square holes.
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Roman Archaeology Sep 6
A reproduction of a soldier's grave stone, painted in the original colours. From Archaeology Park in .
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Beth Velliky Sep 13
Finally out! Our paper on sources in Germany and the potential for provenance research on ochres!
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John J Johnston Sep 13
Filming will begin next month on THE DIG, a dramatisation of the discovery of the Sutton Hoo burial, starring Ralph Fiennes as archaeologist Basil Brown and Carey Mulligan as intuitive landowner Edith Pretty.
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Steph Halmhofer, M.A. Sep 13
Daily Wire guy might be shocked to know I did my job today. And I multi-tasked too, by updating some discussion notes on how bigotry and prejudice is not welcome in .
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Simon Verdegem Sep 12
The excavation is almost finished and it seems as if the best has been saved for last; another British position in a bomb crater that was fortified with a wall of sandbags.
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SpartiatisΣπαρτιατης 18h
Head of Ares, the Greek god of war. 2nd CE copy of a 420 BC original attributed to Alkamenes, sculptor of and . In Greek , Ares is the son of Zeus and Hera. Hermitage , Saint Petersburg,
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Arcos Press 27m
Tomb of Amenherkhepshef, - QV55, , . Prince Amun-her-Khepshef was a son of III. The detail of a wall painting depicts the Pharaoh introducing his son into the presence of the goddess . (mid 12th century BCE)
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Kent State University Experimental Archaeology Lab Sep 10
“Experimental replication shows knives manufactured from frozen human feces do not work”
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Roman Britain News Sep 14
A section cut across the near , Somerset in 1903 shows in detail the robust construction of a . A testament to how some have survived so well in the landscape, while others have vanished from being a quarry for easy masonry.
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Steph Halmhofer, M.A. 18h
Post-fieldwork bruise report. It's almost like you can tell which leg hit the logs first whenever I fell
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Simon Verdegem Sep 13
Today was the last day of the excavation (soon we can reveal where we dug) and both the German and British trench had kept some nice finds for us to finish with. - complete P14 Leather Equipment - M1886 Lebel rifle - German backpack with content
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