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Sydney-Bali

I am invited back to my old alma mater, the University of Sydney, to give a lecture on Majapahit Style to the Asian Art and Archaeology Society.

Art and archaeology rewrite Arabia's past in exhibit of recent...

Stone tools made a million years ago. Colossal sculptures of ancient kings. A gold funerary mask and glove, sized for a young girl.

Colchester: Town's bid to preserve historical sites including Roman ...

Landmark proposals to protect Colchester's heritage will significantly boost tourism and create a lasting legacy to the town's rich history, it was claimed last night.

Archaeologists plan dig at NY's 1755 battleground

An archaeological dig at a French and Indian War battleground in the southern Adirondacks has been given the green light.

Sea lions, scrub growth endanger island

The endangered Hooker's sea lion is among the invasive marine and plant life destroying a site of archeological interest on Campbell Island.

 

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Friends and colleagues: The latest installment of the Video News from TAC features the following stories:* Divers and snorkelers can tour six shipwrecks on the Maritime Heritage Trail in Biscayne National Park. Before her complete ruin upon the reefs in 1966, the yacht Mandalay was an impressive two-masted sailing ship.* Formed under the tumultuous waves of Pleistocene Lake Lahontan, Hidden Cave was sealed from access until the indigenous people of the Carson Sink in western Nevada 3,800-3,500…See More
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Mysterious Nook in house

A friend on Facebook is looking for help in identifying mystery structures on both sides of attic in front of brick chimneys. They are completely enclosed and plastered on interior with only access through door. The house is in Cumberland, MD and was built around 1800. Any ideas?…See More
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Mysterious Nook in house

A friend on Facebook is looking for help in identifying mystery structures on both sides of attic in front of brick chimneys. They are completely enclosed and plastered on interior with only access through door. The house is in Cumberland, MD and was built around 1800. Any ideas?…See More
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