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24.2.08

Doubts over Blarney Stone talked down


Doubts over Blarney Stone talked down - Telegraph

Most Detailed Global Study Of Genetic Variation Completed


Most Detailed Global Study Of Genetic Variation Completed

Miraculix in Essex? Possible Druid Grave Enchants Archaeologists


Miraculix in Essex? Possible Druid Grave Enchants Archaeologists - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News

How do archaeologists estimate the size of ancient populations?


How do archaeologists estimate the size of ancient populations? - By Juliet Lapidos - Slate Magazine

Excavations In Iran Unravel Mystery Of 'Red Snake'


Excavations In Iran Unravel Mystery Of 'Red Snake'

Ancient city discovered in India


BBC NEWS | South Asia | Ancient city discovered in India

Abbey body identified as gay lover of Edward II


Abbey body identified as gay lover of Edward II - Telegraph

Found at last: the world's oldest missing page

Found at last: the world's oldest missing page - This Britain, UK - Independent.co.uk

Settlement of Americas a 3-Act Play


Settlement of Americas a 3-Act Play | LiveScience

Mar. 1 AIA Event: Moundville Field Trip

For information and directions for our field trip to Moundville Archaeological Park, click here!

The Lost Treasure of Machu Picchu



The Lost Treasure of Machu Picchu - New York Times

17.2.08

AIA Talk 3 March: Lanny Bell on Divine Kingship in Ancient Egypt

Dr. Lanny Bell of Brown University makes his third visit to Huntsville to visit our AIA chapter. In the fall of 2000, he was our very first AIA-sponsored speaker. On Monday 3 March Dr. Bell will discuss "Mythology and Iconography of Divine Kingship in Ancient Egypt" at 7:30 PM in the Shelby Center 107. In addition to teaching at Brown, he has taught at University of Chicago and the University of Pennsylvania. During his time at Penn, he was the Field Director of the Theban Tomb Project at the New Kingdom Capital of Luxor. While at Chicago, he directed excavations working out of Chicago House also in Luxor. He retired early, and divides his time between Brown and Columbia Universities, publishing, lecturing, and leading tours in Egypt.

Cleopatra's Cosmetics And Hammurabi's Heineken: Name Brands Far Predating Modern Capitalism


Cleopatra's Cosmetics And Hammurabi's Heineken: Name Brands Far Predating Modern Capitalism

Scientists prove Napoleon not poisoned by British


Scientists prove Napoleon not poisoned by British - Yahoo! News

NPR: With Climate Swing, a Culture Bloomed in Americas


NPR: With Climate Swing, a Culture Bloomed in Americas

Viking women had sexy style


The Local - Viking women had sexy style
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