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23
Aug
Archaeology site sparks interest - Nashua Telegraph
ATHENS, Greece - Archaeologists excavating a large burial mound in northern Greece that has captivated the public's imagination have asked politicians and others seeking guided tours of the site to leave them in peace. The Culture Ministry appealed ...
Source:  Nashua Telegraph

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23
Aug
Roanoke to feature in historic preservation documentary on public TV - Roanoke Times
"What it's about is trying to look at historic preservation with an eye to showing it's more than rich, old, white people fixing up historic houses," said Rich Borenstein, whose Newport News-based Cinebar Productions is making the movie. "What we're ...
Source:  Roanoke Times

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23
Aug
Must see: Personal as political - Mumbai Mirror
The current installation comprising video, sound and images is, according to their press note, "a sensory auto-ethnography (work) marked by ghastly alertness of the senses to a violent world outside, memories marred by insecurities, confusions and ...
Source:  Mumbai Mirror

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23
Aug
Botched Nazi spy mission was act of sabotage, says historian - The Guardian
In Operation Sealion: Resistance inside the Secret Service, the historian Monika Siedentopf argues that the botched spying mission was not the result of German incompetence, but a deliberate act of sabotage by a cadre of intelligence officials opposed ...
Source:  The Guardian

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22
Aug
Getty Museum hires Jeffrey Spier, Davide Gasparotto as senior curators - Los Angeles Times
Filling vacancies in two of the Getty Museum's most important jobs, museum director Timothy Potts has picked Jeffrey Spier, an American scholar with whom he's had a long professional connection, as its new senior curator of antiquities -- the top post ...
Source:  Los Angeles Times

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22
Aug
Ancestry.com Historian Traces Nadia Crow's Roots - Good4Utah
And after months of research, one family historian is ready to answer longing questions about Nadia's roots. "In the case of your family, we were able to get all of those lines, eight generations, and get a glimpse of that ninth generation," said ...
Source:  Good4Utah

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22
Aug
Field School gives everyone a taste of archaeology - Canterbury Times
Each year the Kent Archaeological Field School (KAFS) invites people to try their hand at archaeology. Last year the field school discovered a previously unrecorded Roman building, believed to have been some kind of bath house, which served the port at ...
Source:  Canterbury Times

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22
Aug
Archaeological Finds of Ancient Arabia to be Shown - Popular Archaeology
Beginning October 11, 2014 and showing through June 7, 2015, The Smithsonian Institution will be exhibiting a selection of artifacts, film and photography from one of the largest archaeological expeditions to two ancient sites in present-day Yemen.
Source:  Popular Archaeology

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22
Aug
Archaeology: 10th Century buckles with imperial symbols found in Bulgaria's ... - The Sofia Globe
Valuable buckles with the images of imperial symbols have been found by archaeologists working at the site of medieval Pliska in north-eastern Bulgaria. Pliska, which boasts a large archaeological reserve and is the subject of ongoing digs, is best ...
Source:  The Sofia Globe

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22
Aug
Dangberg ranch curator saves history - The Record-Courier
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Source:  The Record

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