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2
Oct
Historic Preservation Commission OKs Irvington Coal Factory project
With little discussion Wednesday night, six members of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission -- W. Bruce Stauffer, Susan Williams, James T. Kienle, Joann K. Green, Adairius Gardner and Sally Cook -- voted in favor of the project. "We take ...

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2
Oct
Wednesday reader's view: Historian lost
Early in September, Midland lost the epitome of a local history icon. With the passing of Tom Bradley, volumes of historical facts and details not known or remembered by anyone else was lost. Tom had an incredible memory and if one needed information ...

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2
Oct
French archaeologist who worked in Makran dies
... untiring field archaeologist, he had conducted numerous works in Middle and Central Asia including Iran, Yemen, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and the Sultanate of Oman. He had also served as the director of the French Archaeological Delegation in ...

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1
Oct
DCist Interview: Bentzen Ball Curator Tig Notaro
Comedian Tig Notaro curated and headlines the 2014 Bentzen Ball, which begins tomorrow and runs through Sunday. Ed. Note: The article below makes reference to a performance that was scheduled for Saturday, October 4, featuring Rosie O'Donnell.

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16
Apr
Archaeology club cooks prehistoric feast
Texas State students are given the opportunity to explore the cultural habits of prehistoric civilizations through the Experimental Archaeology Club. The Experimental Archaeology Club is a group of primarily anthropology students seeking to test the ...

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22
Oct
The 7th Annual AIA-MOS Archaeology Fair: Celebrating Another Great Year of ...
On October 18 and 19, 2013, the AIA teamed up with the Museum of Science, Boston to host our 7th Annual AIA-MOS Archaeology Fair. This two-day event brings together institutions and organizations from around New England who share the AIA's mission ...

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22
Oct
A glimpse into Mexico's past
Excavations near the National Museum of Interventions in Coyoacan on the outskirts of Mexico City, have revealed a rich depth of history from Aztec and colonial archaeology right up to the battle that took place there during the American invasion in 1847.

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22
Oct
EBay Taps Solange Knowles, Chris Benz, Janie Bryant, Eddie Borgo, Todd ...

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10
Apr
Tools of archaeology used to excavate Mexico mammoth
This handout photo taken on April 4, 2013 and released on April 9, 2013 by the Mexican National Anthropology and History Institute shows paleontologists and archaeologists at the site where the remains of a mammoth were found in Santa Ana Tlacotenco, ...
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14
Nov
A lost civilisation: 3000-year-old cemetery discovered in Swat

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14
Nov
Renowned archaeologist talks Egyptian sarcophagi
The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology is co-hosting the seventh annual William J. Murnane Memorial Lecture with the Department of History and the Tennessee Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt. Brock worked for many years in the ...

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14
Nov
Hunting or climate change? Megafauna extinction debate narrows
The main reason is that many Australian archaeologists reject overkill. They have looked for direct evidence that people killed megafauna, and they haven't found it. No great piles of bones around ancient campsites; no diprotodon skeletons with spears ...

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