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Ticia Verveer
Archaeologist and journalist. טיציה וארואר & other media outlets Ambassador
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Ticia Verveer 8h
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Salvador Dali - Photographed by Ara Güler. 
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Legendary Istanbul photographer Ara Güler dies aged 90 📌
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Japanese Feudal Jug Found To Contain 260,000 Coins
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2018 Excavations Of The South Palaestra In Eretria
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Ticia Verveer 9h
"Archaeologists racing to save a vulnerable and rapidly disintegrating 2,000-year old Jewish catacomb in Rome gave in to pressure from an ultra-Orthodox Jewish group and let them rebury the bones found within, not allowing their study."
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Celtic artifacts dating to the first century B.C. were uncovered during construction work in the canton of Lucerne
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fettwalp 14h
I mean, if you sprinkle some water on top and pop it into the microwave, it might still be good ...
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Florence in August 10h
This is fascinating!
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Meredith Stewart 10h
While I wait for my badly broken leg to heal, anxious about the long term outcome, Egyptologist Elizabeth Frood has become my new hero and an inspiration.
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Dr. Jackie Chretien for NH State Rep 14h
I believe bread was often baked in community ovens and set aside -- so the stamp would indicate who was to be picking it up.
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Elizabeth "Meinongian Object" Picciuto 15h
Hoping my burnt meals will become historically valuable.
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Dee M. 18h
Pretty cool stuff
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#TheHeathenResistance 20h
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Wonderful and inspiring! I'm in awe of such courage and fortitude.
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Ticia Verveer 22h
In 2015 Egyptologist Elizabeth Frood went into septic shock due to an infection. The resulting damage was catastrophic: she lost both legs below the knee, hearing in her right ear, the internal structure of her nose,and almost all the function in her hands
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Ticia Verveer Oct 17
Several salt mummies have been unearthed in an ancient mine in Iran. The mine existed as far back as 700 BC, which was continuously in operation until 400 AD.
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P_Deshayes Oct 17
En 79 après JC, on jouait déjà à Trivial Pursuit (traduction un peu approximative)
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Dr Alison Gascoigne Oct 16
interesting insights into Roman-era daily life. Was this loaf Speedy's breakfast?
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Grierson Galleries Oct 17
Mind blowing!
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Donald McDonald Oct 17
With link to fascinating blog about Roman Lincolnshire (but it's much more wideranging than that makes it sound):
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Het is fokking ADE. 🤡 Oct 17
Vertel me nog een keer dat alleen McDonald's hamburgers er na een paar weken nog hetzelfde uitzien
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