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19
Dec
Rickety old ship - The Economist
The idea that these chemical clues are preserved in archaeological bone suggests that all manner of conditions might be diagnosed, perhaps even some that do not affect the bones' appearance and manifest only chemically. Dr Kerns has already shown, ...
Source:  The Economist

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18
Dec
Cody Firearms Museum gets new associate curator - SFGate
CODY, Wyo. (AP) -- Ashley Lynn Hlebinsky has been appointed associate curator of the Cody Firearms Museum. Hlebinsky, 25, takes the reins of her new position at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on Jan. 12. The first female firearms curator in ...
Source:  SFGate

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18
Dec
Local museums struggle for money - Glens Falls Post-Star
GLENS FALLS -- Museums in Glens Falls are wrestling with a common quandary -- how to adapt to the changing philanthropic and leisure time habits of the millennial generation. Since 2009, individual contributions to the Hyde Collection art museum have ...
Source:  Glens Falls Post

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18
Dec
Screen/Print #27: "Future Anterior", a champion of historic preservation - Archinect
The idea of designing the "endings" of buildings is an important contribution of historic preservation to architecture, as the latter has previously only been concerned with the design of opening sequences, to use a filmic analogy. By aestheticizing ...
Source:  Archinect

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18
Dec
Nadworny: Observe your customers to unlock innovation - BurlingtonFreePress.com
Customer ethnography is just what it sounds like: you observe people in their natural surroundings using the products or services you want to learn more about. Researchers use a variety of techniques for ethnography such as interviewing people and ...
Source:  BurlingtonFreePress.com

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18
Dec
Phoenix Rediscovers Historic Face Worth Saving - New York Times
The document, which will be presented to the City Council next month, does not have legislative teeth; it would not add money or change policies. But it serves as a bold declaration that Phoenix has an architectural history worth saving, and it lays ...
Source:  New York Times

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18
Dec
Water company eyes Mt. Soma site on Route 1 near Bel Air for future reservoir - Baltimore Sun
The property, originally 200 acres, was settled by William Amos in 1715, according to the definitive "An Architectural History of Harford County, Maryland," written by the late Christopher Weeks. Soma is Amos spelled backward, the book notes - some ...
Source:  Baltimore Sun

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18
Dec
Possible Viking Vessel Identified in Canada - Archaeology
OTTAWA, CANADA--Traces of bronze and glass have been detected on a piece of a small, 1,000-year-old stone vessel recovered from Baffin Island in the 1960s. According to Patricia Sutherland of the University of Aberdeen, Peter Thompson of Peter H.
Source:  Archaeology

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18
Dec
Prof. Lydia Wilson Marshall is Editor of The Archaeology of Slavery: A ... - DePauw University
Lydia Wilson Marshall, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology at DePauw University, is editor of The Archaeology of Slavery: A Comparative Approach to Captivity and Coercion. The book has just been published by Southern Illinois University ...
Source:  DePauw University

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18
Dec
Cathedral Builders Reinforced Stone With Iron - Archaeology
... and the Université Paris 8, has extracted carbon from the iron used to support Gothic cathedrals, and used radiocarbon dating and archaeological evidence to determine that such reinforcements had been implemented in the initial phase of construction.
Source:  Archaeology

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