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27
Dec
Sally Kirkland digs deep for latest role in 'Archaeology of a Woman' - KABC-TV
Actress Sally Kirkland is hoping to strike Oscar gold with her latest role in "Archaeology of a Woman." She feels her work in the new movie is the best work she's done since her previously Oscar-nominated performance in 1987's "Anna." In "Archaeology
Source:  KABC

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27
Dec
Curator's Corner — The economy and post office department banking system - Delphos Herald
This will be my last article for 2014 and marks the end of an incredible year. We are experiencing unheard of phenomena in the financial world first with the milestone of a stock market that has broken the 18,000 mark coupled with the lowest gasoline ...
Source:  Delphos Herald

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27
Dec
Pittsburgh native curator of National Naval Aviation Museum - Tribune-Review
"I was assistant curator of flags, medals, uniforms, equipment -- anything the Marines would carry or wear," Linn says. "In the museum world, there's different avenues you can pursue. I started as an educator, and became more specialized with larger ...
Source:  Tribune

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27
Dec
Centerville archaeologist digs the past - Palladium-Item
CENTERVILLE, Ind. - When people find out Patty Glen of Centerville is an archaeologist, they often ask her about dinosaurs. "That's paleontology," Glen tells them. "The focus of archaeology is on people." Since graduating from Purdue University in 2012 ...
Source:  Palladium

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26
Dec
Possible Roman-Era Synagogue Unearthed in Israel - Archaeology
"So far, we have not found another use that could have been made of the structure besides a synagogue," Bar-Ilan University archaeologist Michael Osband told Y Net News. "The structure joins a very limited list of rural synagogues dated to the Roman ...
Source:  Era Synagogue Unearthed in Israel

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26
Dec
Haida Weaver Shares Her Thoughts on History and Archaeology - Indian Country Today Media Network
Recent archaeological discoveries on Haida Gwaii prove the stories conceivably fit into the historic environments of ancient floods and vast climate changes. From a land that connected and reconnected to the continental mainland through waves of ice ...
Source:  Indian Country Today Media Network

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26
Dec
New Finds Suggest Biblical Kings David and Solomon Actually Existed - Sci-News.com
Six clay seals found at the archaeological site of Khirbet Summeily in Israel offer evidence that supports the existence of Biblical Kings David and Solomon, says a team of archaeologists led by Dr Jeff Blakely of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Source:  Sci

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26
Dec
Governor appoints university curator - KRCG
JEFFERSON CITY -- Governor Jay Nixon will appoint a St. Louis attorney to fill the first congressional district's seat on the University of Missouri Board of Curators. The Governor announced that he will appoint Mary E. Nelson of St. Louis, who is the ...
Source:  KRCG

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26
Dec
Curator Joanne Heyler sketches out Broad Museum's 2015 opening - Los Angeles Times
By late next year, the stretch of Grand Avenue between 2nd and 3rd streets in downtown L.A. will be a corridor of contemporary art. The $140-million Broad Museum, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and showcasing Eli and Edythe Broad's private art ...
Source:  Los Angeles Times

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26
Dec
Looking Back: New curator settles in at Rockwall County Historical Foundation - Dallas Morning News
Just before the October story ran on the foundation, Robin Shackelford resigned as curator, citing differences in vision with the board. Shackelford took over in June after Debbie Lawhon retired from the position after seven years. The museum is packed ...
Source:  Dallas Morning News

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