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30
Jul
Discover archaeology with walk, program at Horn Farm Center - York Dispatch
The York County Department of Parks and Recreation and the York County Heritage Trust will present an archaeology program, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7, at the Horn Farm Center for Agriculture, 4945 Horn Road, Hellam Township. The walk will be held in ...
Source:  York Dispatch

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30
Jul
New curator for Fine Arts Museums of SF - SFGate (blog)
Esther Bell, a former Fulbright scholar and current curator at the Cincinatti Art Museum, was named on Wednesday as the new curator in charge of European paintings at The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Bell, who specializes in 17th- and 18th ...
Source:  SFGate (blog)

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30
Jul
6 Lesser-Known NYC Museums You Should Explore - Gothamist
Expertly curated tours take the visitor through this small but bustling museum, illuminating not only the triumphs of a jazz legend but also the Queens community that Armstrong adopted in his later years. Stop and admire the trumpet that King George V ...
Source:  Known NYC Museums You Should Explore

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30
Jul
The Five Borough Bicycle Club is on a mission to make upper Manhattan more ... - New York Daily News
The 5BBC's Historic Uptown Sights tour is a 16-mile ride that explores the architectural history of Harlem and the Upper West Side including Hamilton Grange, the Morris-Jumel Mansion, Astor Row, Striver's Row, Grant's Tomb and the Bailey House, a 19th ...
Source:  New York Daily News

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29
Jul
CMU historian steps in to help on TLC series - Tribune-Review
Carnegie Mellon University historian Scott Sandage will help Jesse Tyler Ferguson from "Modern Family" research his past on TLC's "Who Do You Think You Are?" The second season of the genealogy series premieres 9 p.m. July 30 with the episode on ...
Source:  Tribune

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29
Jul
Teresa Genaro: Here's to 150 years of elegance - The Saratogian
A comprehensive examination of the track's landscape and architectural history, it offers both reminders of what we should cherish and preserve, and warnings about what we should avoid. Before too long, a re-organization plan will be released by the ...
Source:  The Saratogian

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29
Jul
US gives up fight to reclaim mummy mask for Egypt - Haaretz
... Science & Medicine · Food & Wine · Movies & Television · Music & Theater · Books · Arts & Leisure · Sports · Archaeology · Podcasts · News Broadcast · ISRAEL NEWS. ISRAEL NEWS. Gaza: Live Updates &mi
Source:  Haaretz

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29
Jul
Findings indicate ritual destruction of Iron Age warriors - Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release)
In 2012 archaeological excavations revealed the bones of an entire army, whose defeated warriors had been thrown into the bogs near the Alken Enge wetlands in East Jutland, Denmark. Work has continued in the area since then and archaeologists and ...
Source:  Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release)

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29
Jul
Unique mortuary bundle found in Hidalgo - Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release)
"It is known that within the Mesoamerican world view that caves and rock shelters were considered entrances to the underworld and homes for the deities of death, which explains their use as burial spaces." Currently the archaeologists are basing the ...
Source:  Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release)

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29
Jul
Archaeologists find grim proof of man's earliest war - Haaretz
Now archaeologists studying human remains in the Sudan believe they have found evidence of the world's first outright, large-scale war, some 13,000 years ago - and it seems to have been about race. This Mesolithic-era battle could also have been one of ...
Source:  Haaretz

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