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4
Jul
Ker-Qing! How sky-high prices for Chinese porcelain hurt museums - South China Morning Post (subscription)
Wander around the Chinese porcelain section of any museum and you'll most likely only notice the aesthetics of the pieces, from the familiar blue and white pattern of a curvaceous Ming vase to the intricate images etched on a delicate Qing dynasty bowl.
Source:  Qing! How sky

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4
Jul
Historic effort identifies 4000th Mesker facade - Bismarck Tribune
The goal is to encourage protection of these buildings that are rich with architectural history. Meskers have been found in 1,667 communities in 49 states and Canada. Hawaii is the only state without any documented Mesker buildings. Illinois has the ...
Source:  Bismarck Tribune

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3
Jul
'Museums on Us' offers free admission to select institutions this weekend - FOX CT
HARTFORD-If you're looking for something fun-and free!-to do this weekend with your family, Bank of America is looking to help. The bank is holding a "museums on us" event, which means that any Bank of America or Merrill Lynch debit or credit ...
Source:  FOX CT

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3
Jul
Historian and reenactor John Venables dies - Ktoo
John Venables in character as Secretary of State William Seward in at a statue groundbreaking ceremony in October 2013. (Photo by Matt Miller/KTOO News). Historian and reenactor John Venebles has died, the Juneau Empire reports. He was 75. Venables ...
Source:  Ktoo

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3
Jul
Take the traditional route - Mid-Day
The exhibition is not just about architectural history but also about the social history that surrounds these magnificent edifices. "It's the play of perspective. The audience could expect Van Dyke and Cryptonite prints placed in dramatic manner that ...
Source:  Mid

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3
Jul
BWW Exclusive: Chatting with THE UNBUILT CITY's Beth Dixon and Carter ... - Broadway World
CH: I play Jonah, a young New Yorker sent to assess the value of a wealthy woman's art collection and to acquire one particularly valuable piece of architectural history. What we don't know is if she even has this piece in her possession and if she'll ...
Source:  Broadway World

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3
Jul
ARCHAEOLOGY > Museum to bring Trojan treasures back - Hurriyet Daily News
Artifacts unearthed in Troy and other archaeological sites in Çanakkale will be displayed at the museum. Ancient Troy, which received UNESCO world heritage status in 1998, will grow in importance once the museum project is done, according to officials.
Source:  Hurriyet Daily News

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3
Jul
Second "Kamikaze" Shipwreck Discovered - Archaeology
MATSURRA, JAPAN--The Asahi Shimbun reports that underwater archaeologists surveying the waters off the island of Takashima have located the remains a second shipwreck that was part of one of the two 13th-century Mongol invasions that were ...
Source:  Archaeology

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3
Jul
Ancient Bobkitten Burial Identified - Archaeology
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS--In the 1980s, archaeologists excavating a Hopewell Culture (ca. 100 B.C.-A.D. 400) burial mound 50 miles north of St. Louis found the remains of 22 adults buried in a ring around an infant. They also discovered the skeleton of a ...
Source:  Archaeology

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3
Jul
North Wales Cadw sites to welcome Festival of Archaeology - Daily Post North Wales
Historic sites across North Wales are to take a leading role in the forthcoming Festival of Archaeology. Cadw, the Welsh Government's historic environment service, has announced a series of free archaeological activities at several of its sites as part ...
Source:  Daily Post North Wales

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