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Friday, May 27, 2022
Archaeologists Have Discovered the Oldest Mine in America, Where Prehistoric Humans Sourced a Rare Red Pigment | Artnet News
Former president of Louvre museum charged in an Egyptian art trafficking case
Lidar reveals pre-Hispanic low-density urbanism in the Bolivian Amazon
University of Sheffield: Archaeology department gets two-year reprieve from closure and staff will not be made redundant
The 25th of May marks one year since the announced closure of the Dept of Archaeology at the University of Sheffield. For the occasion, we have produced a press release (attached and enclosed below) and a new edition of our Wall of Shame: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRLGNfJz9Vw.
Māori Rock Art
Indonesian Rock Art Interpretation
The excavation of Perth's first colonial burial ground has unearthed artefacts that provide important clues into what life was like in the lead up to federation.
Did Dog Jaws Adapt to a Domesticated Diet? - Archaeology Magazine
Stonehenge builders ate undercooked offal, ancient faeces reveals
Mystery of 100-year-old human skull found in Wellington, Wadestown garden
Smišek's beehive kilns reinvigorated with new arts and cultural centre
Smišek's beehive kilns reinvigorated with new arts and cultural centre - NZ Herald
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