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Friday, September 16, 2022
Dr. Mike Carson (Micronesian Area Research Center, University of Guam) will be offering a free online mini-course on the Archaeology and Ancient Sites of the Mariana Islands between 4 and 13 October 2022. Anyone can participate, even without being a student at the University of Guam. Interested persons should please contact Dr. Carson by email. Everyone will be welcome.
See the following flier for more information on the course and how to contact Dr. Carson.
Tad the Lost Explorer and the Curse of the Mummy review – more animated archaeology fun
Mid-Pleistocene transition in glacial cycles explained by declining CO2 and regolith removal
The Origins Of Donkey Domestication
If the National Portrait Gallery buys the £50m Portrait of Omai, It would be wonderful to loan it to Tahiti for a period
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A 1.8 million years bp human tooth find from near Tbilsi:
On the differences between Neanderthal and Sapiens brains:
A pre-colonial (maybe) Indigenous burial on Muralug Island:
More on flood concerns for various sites in Pakistan:
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