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SRI LANKA - MARITIME ARCHEOLOGY MUSEUM

The Maritime Archeology Museum of Galle is housed in a Dutch warehouse built in 1671, this two storey building with its 3 foot thick walls withstood the impact of the 2004 tsunami.Pics by: NelsonlankaSony  NEX 6MY YOU TUBE CHANNEL:http...
by Discover-Sri Lanka on Aug 16, 2016

ARCHEOLOGY - Queen Nefertiti, Where Are You?

"Could the remains of Queen Nefertiti be hidden behind King Tut’s tomb?" PBS NewsHour 4/2/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Archaeologists in Egypt have completed the first phase of a new search for King Tut's tomb.  The question at hand: Could the to...
by Mage Soapbox on Apr 4, 2016

Museum – Responsive WordPress Theme (Miscellaneous)

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by AreYouPop on Dec 25, 2015

ARCHEOLOGY - Our Earliest Wanderers

"What an ancient boneyard reveals about our earliest global wanderers" PBS NewsHour 11/11/2015ExcerptSUMMARY:  On a years-long hike across the globe, journalist Paul Salopek is following the path humans took after the Ice Age.  One of the m...
by Mage Soapbox on Nov 14, 2015

FORBIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY 2: Ancient Alien Discoveries of Early Man

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by Documentary TV on Apr 30, 2015

Time Capsules

Greater Boston has been all abuzz this week about the opening of what has been called “the nation’s oldest time capsule”, a brass box deposited by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere in the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House in 1...
by streets of salem on Jan 8, 2015

PERU - Shielding of the World's Largest Ancient City

"Peru shields an ancient city of sand from strong storms" PBS NewsHour 12/23/2014ExcerptSUMMARY:  In northern Peru, workers are fortifying the ancient site of Chan Chan, once the largest city in the Americas and the largest adobe city on the wor...
by Mage Soapbox on Dec 29, 2014

The Apian Emperor

In honor of Napoleon’s coronation as Emperor of the French (not Emperor of France, an important distinction and consequence of the French Revolution) on this day in 1804 I thought I would explore his adoption of bee symbolism in greater detail...
by streets of salem on Dec 2, 2014

Things to Do in Naples Italy

Naples is one of the most underappreciated italian travel destinations, and that’s exactly why you should book a trip to this amazing, culturally unique destination that has so much to offer travelers. Why should you take the trip? Let’s look at...
by Solo Italia on Sep 12, 2014

Things to Do in Naples Italy

Naples is one of the most underappreciated italian travel destinations, and that’s exactly why you should book a trip to this amazing, culturally unique destination that has so much to offer travelers. Why should you take the trip? Let’s look at...
by Solo Italia on Sep 12, 2014

Best places for diving into underwater ruins

I am sure you like diving, who wouldn’t? More and more people are very fond of diving in all its forms. It is actually an amazing unique experience: you are alone with the water creatures in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Aug 4, 2014

In English: Interpretation of petroglyphs located in Galicia, Spain

A petroglyph, word formed by the combination of the Latin petrus (stone, in English) and the Greek graph (write, writing, in English), is the most correct way of referring to the engravings on stone brackets by prehistoric peoples and protohistoric o...

In English: Interpretation of petroglyphs located in Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain

A petroglyph, word formed by the combination of the Latin petrus (stone, in English) and the Greek graph (write, writing, in English), is the most correct way of referring to the engravings on stone brackets by prehistoric peoples and protohistoric o...

The Ophel Inscription Debate

Last year’s discovery in Jerusalem of an inscription on a broken piece of a ceramic jar has been greeted with much excitement and the usual arguments within the archaeological community as to its significance. In an effort to clarify the various po...

The Ophel Inscription Debate

Last year’s discovery in Jerusalem of an inscription on a broken piece of a ceramic jar has been greeted with much excitement and the usual arguments within the archaeological community as to its significance. In an effort to clarify the various po...

Proto-Germanic theory

I believe that most myths and legends have a core of truth. That is called euhemerism. The Germanic languages are quite different from other Indo-European languages. According to one hypothesis the Proto-Germanic language arose as a hybrid of two Ind...
by KEYO GHETTSON on Mar 12, 2014

GREECE - The Story of Athens' Parthenon

"Seeing the Parthenon through ancient eyes" PBS Newshour 2/6/2014ExcerptSUMMARY:  An icon of ancient democracy, the story and significance of Athens’ Parthenon has been reinterpreted by numerous cultures.  Joan Breton Connelly, author of...
by Mage Soapbox on Feb 10, 2014

Skating on Thick Ice

I have been collecting skating images from the sixteenth century onwards for some time, but one thing was eluding me:  a picture of a pair of animal-bone skates, which were commonly used in the medieval and early modern eras. I finally found one (al...
by streets of salem on Jan 27, 2014

Poison Vessels

News of the discovery of a late medieval poison ring in eastern Europe has intrigued me; I know that “poison rings” (alternatively called “pillbox rings” with built-in receptacles) were popular in the Renaissance and after, bu...
by streets of salem on Aug 23, 2013

Fossil Archeology 1.5.2 Mod Minecraft 1.5.2/1.6

Download Fossil Archeology 1.5.2 Mod Minecraft 1.5.2/1.6 Fossil Archeology 1.5.2 Mod – Download Fossil Archeology Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2. Do you know this mod has update and now working fine with your latest minecraft 1.5.2. With this mod you can...


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