archaeology

History Comes Alive at Chimney Rock National Monument

by Sandy Bornstein / Feb 08, 2019 /
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Archeological sites offer pieces to the massive puzzle of human history. At Chimney Rock National Monument, nestled in the San Juan National Forest in Southwest Colorado, summer travelers touring between May 15 and September 30 can learn about the indigenous people who constructed rudimentary homes and ceremonial buildings centuries ago.

Original Magdala Stone to be Exhibited at St. Peter’s Square and in the Great Synagogue of Rome

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For the first time, the original Magdala Stone will be exhibited at St. Peter’s Square and in the Great Synagogue of Rome. 

#StudyAbroadBecause... It Changes The Way You See Everything

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Maggie Burr is a DPhil candidate in Classical Archaeology at Oxford, where she spends her time trying to understand what ancient farmers did, and why. She grew up in Lexington, MA, Austin, TX, and Beverly, MA. 

Kids Love Ancient Egypt and Archaeology

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Apr 22, 2013 /
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If you've got a kid like mine, they are POSSESSED by an intense desire to learn anything - ANYTHING! - about Ancient Egypt.