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Kathleen O'Neal Gear Aug 17
. 45,000 BP. Humans migrated to Mongolia much earlier than previously thought:
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Flint Dibble 🍖🏺📖 Aug 19
This thread is about – where we find our artifacts – and why that matters I’ll start w/ the 1st site I ever dug at, the cave of Fontéchevade in France, and then I’ll look at the ancient trade in painted ceramics from Athens (*CW: graphic ancient sex) /1
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SpartiatisΣπαρτιατης 5h
The . One of the world's greatest monuments, an iconic sight, symbol of and . Constructed 447-438 BC, dedicated to goddess Athena in celebration of Greek victory over invading Persians. Architects were Iktinos and Kallikrates.
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Ticia Verveer 10h
Archaeologists have permission to salvage the 7th century BC wreck of a Phoenician ship off the coast of Mazzarón, Murcia, Spain.
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Archaeo-Logic Aug 18
Looking for to share their specialities for a new website introducing kids to - RT & get in touch!
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Catherine D'Andrea 22h
Congratulations to my (former) student Habtamu Mekonnen who successfully defended his thesis recently. Now he is Dr. Habtamu!
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Archaeological Conservancy 17h
A 7th-century sarcophagus containing the well-preserved remains of an elderly woman with arthritis has been found in south-western France.
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Steph Halmhofer, M.A. 4h
is coming up, the theme being "Access, Barriers, and Participation". In this spirit, I'm inviting participation in my presentation prep - what barriers do we see in , and how are archaeologists are challenging these to increase access to archaeology?
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Euripides Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺 21h
Colossal cistern w inscription in the mysterious Eteocypriot language from Amathus , now in the 1st millennium BCE. Could contain huge amount of water needed for the rituals in the temples built on the acropolis of Amathus.
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Jerzy Sikora 'Gunther' 11h
Ostrowite 2019. We've just opened new trench. Digging cemetery (11th-13th century).
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Damian Evans Aug 16
A more-or-less complete bibliography of airborne in , beginning in 1985, which I hope will be a useful resource for research and teaching:
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James Green_archaeology redux 23h
Stone (steatite?) bowl from Mound 23 at the Hopewell Group Mounds in Ohio (Moorehead 1897, Fig. 8).
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Jake Rowland Aug 16
Bought this large antler in an antiques shop a few months ago. I'd assumed it was a UK species but didn't look like any antler I'd seen before. Turns out it's from a Sambar deer found in SE Asia. It's incredibly dense & can't wait to make a soft hammer out of it!
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Mike Swaim Aug 19
Replying to @TrillionPixels
I realized as I grew up 3 of those careers were well outside my physical capabilities due to a congenital defect. So, I went into a field I thought was less physically demanding- . Except someone has to move all that dirt. Me with the shovel.
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CSCP 2h
"you can almost hear the creaking of cart wheels, the tumult of the marketplace, the echoes of Roman voices." Stunning discoveries and images from this tour of the recent history of : (pics from article)
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Nutmeg Wonderfly 17h
Just got my cover updated on Community Taptales!
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Jerzy Sikora 'Gunther' 9h
Replying to @NonDestructiv
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Ancient Origins 14h
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Irish Archaeology Aug 16
Loads of medieval iron slag turning on site now
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Simon Verdegem 6h
Well preserved British No 101 fuze found in a bomb crater today.
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