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Archaeologik

Österreichische Archäologie-Blogs
(und natürlich freut es mich, dass Archaeologik immer noch eine Erwähnung -sogar außer der Reihe - Wert ist - Danke!)
10.11.2019
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Eine neue Phase im syrischen Bürgerkrieg (Kulturgut in Syrien und Irak, September/ Oktober 2019)

Seit dem letzten Blogpost zu Syrien und Irak hat sich die politische Situation in Syrien radikal verändert.

Der Abzug der US-Truppen aus dem Norden Syriens hat der Türkei ein weiteres Vordringen im Norden des Landes ermöglicht, das gegen die pauschal als Terroristen eingestuften Kurden gerichtet ist. Die Türkei will hier eine 30 km breite Sicherheitszone schaffen. Davon profitiert vor allem das Assad-Regime wie auch Russland, das seine Rolle als internationale Ordnungsmacht damit entscheidend [...]
01.11.2019
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Mit dem Sauger mitten durchs Weltkulturerbe
Die saubere Baustelle in Bamberg mit Saugbagger. Minimiert die Bodeneingriffe, lässt aber auch keine Dokumentation mehr zu: Fluch oder Segen fürs Bodendenkmal?

Bamberg, im Kern der Inselstadt, UNESCO-Welterbe
(Foto: R. Schreg, 2019)

23.10.2019
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Seasonality in rural settlements - Ruralia XIII
Seasonality is a crucial aspect of premodern agriculture in quite different ways. Shielings and transhumance gained more and more interests in recent years. They were also in the centre of many papers and posters from Greenland in the north and Spain and Serbia in the south. However, it is not only transhumance, alp economy or nomadism. There are other resources used in rural landscapes at a seasonal basis, as for example hunting, fishing or seaweed harvesting.

This year's XIII Ruralia [...]
17.10.2019
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Ägyptologie-Blatt

Online Geographical Information System for the Theban Necropolis
Das Satellite Survey of Theban Tombs Project und das Santee-Cooper GIS Laboratory of the College of Charleston geben die Neukonfiguration und einen Neustart des

" Online Geographical Information System for the Theban Necropolis "

bekannt.

Es handelt sich dabei um ein Online-Geoinformationssystem für die thebanische Nekropole, das laufend ergänzt und erweitert wird. Integriert ist eine umfassende historische und archäologische Datenbank der nicht-königlichen Gräber mit auf GPS basierenden Karten [...]
16.09.2019
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Sarkophag aus KV 13 im Luxor Museum
Ein Team der Universität Hamburg um Grabungsleiter Hartwig Altenmüller entdeckte 1993/94 während der Reinigungsarbeiten in KV 13, dem Grab des Bay im Tal der Könige, u.a. zwei Steinsarkophage.

Der laut Inschrift am Fußende des Deckels (unter dem Bild der auf einer Hieroglyphe für "Gold" knienden Göttin Nephthys) ursprünglich für die "Große Königliche Gemahlin und Herrin der Beiden Länder Tausret" hergestellte und für die Bestattung eines Sohnes Ramses III. verwendete Sarkophag wurde in das Luxor [...]
06.09.2019
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Drei Pyramiden werden für Besucher geöffnet
Kurz hintereinander kündigt Ägyptens Minister für Altertümer neue Highlights für Besucher Unterägyptens an - die Öffnung von drei Pyramiden :

" 4000 Jahre alte Pyramide erstmals für Touristen geöffnet " (TRAVELBOOK, 02.07.2019)
Im 19. Jahrhundert entdeckten Archäologen die Pyramide von Lahun. 4000 Jahre lang durfte kein Besucher das Innere des Grabmahls besuchen. Nun eröffnet Ägypten die Pyramide als Touristenattraktion. ...... Die Knickpyramide von König Sneferu, erster Pharao der vierten [...]
14.07.2019
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Fotografieren in Museen und an Archäologischen Stätten
Egypt Today berichtet am 06.07.2019 über neue Regeln für das Fotografieren mit Handys in Museen und an Archäologischen Stätten in Ägypten.

Das Ministerium für Altertümer gestattet ab 01.08.2019 Aufnahmen mit Fotohandys. Der Erwerb eines separaten Fototickets ist nicht erforderlich, die Verwendung des Blitzlichtes ist nach wie vor nicht erlaubt.

Ägypten setzt auf kostenlose Werbung für das Land und seine Sehenswürdigkeiten, weltweit in den sozialen Medien. Positive Auswirkungen auf den Tourismus [...]
10.07.2019
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Echnaton als Sphinx & Lehmziegelmauer von fünf bis sieben Metern Stärke
Fragmente großer Palmsäulen aus Rosengranit (wahrscheinlich aus dem 3.Jht.v.Chr.), Keramikfunde und das Relief-Fragment eines zerstörten Denkmals aus der Zeit des Echnaton und, sehr ungewöhnlich, ein Gräberfeld des späten 2.Jht.v.Chr. - das sind nur einige der Funde der gerade beendeten Grabungssaison unter Co-Direktor Prof. Dr. Dietrich Raue, in Cairos Stadtteil Matariya, dem altägyptischen Iunu (Heliopolis) :

" Aufsehenerregende Zeugnisse aus dem Alten Ägypten entdeckt " (IdW - Susann Huster, [...]
21.05.2019
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Aus dem englischsprachigen Raum

EurekAlert! - Archaeology

Inscriptions of the Aulikaras and their associates
(De Gruyter) This book gathers all the epigraphic evidence pertaining to this dynasty, meticulously editing and translating the inscriptions and analysing their content and its implications.
15.11.2019
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Early DNA lineages from Finland shed light on the diverse origins of the contemporary population
(University of Helsinki) A new genetic study carried out at the University of Helsinki and the University of Turku demonstrates that, at the end of the Iron Age, Finland was inhabited by separate and differing populations, all of them influencing the gene pool of modern Finns. The study is so far the most extensive investigation of the ancient DNA of people inhabiting the region of Finland.
15.11.2019
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Alpine rock axeheads became social and economic exchange fetishes in the Neolithic
(Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) The mechanical capacity to resist successive transformation processes gave these rocks an exceptional exchange value that favoured the formation of long-distance exchange networks in Western Europe, according to a study led by the UAB that integrates petrography, materials science and paleoeconomics.
14.11.2019
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Global climate change concerns for Africa's Lake Victoria
(University of Houston) UH Researcher and team developed a model to project lake levels in world's largest tropical lake
14.11.2019
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What felled the great Assyrian Empire? A Yale professor weighs in
(Yale University) The Neo-Assyrian Empire, centered in northern Iraq and extending from Iran to Egypt -- the largest empire of its time -- collapsed after more than two centuries of dominance at the fall of its capital, Nineveh, in 612 B.C.E. Despite a plethora of cuneiform textual documentation and archaeological excavations and field surveys, archaeologists and historians have been unable to explain the abruptness and finality of the historic empire's collapse.
14.11.2019
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Past Horizons – Ecom Dropshipping, Amazon FBA & E-Commerce Affiliate Marketing Business Review

Graham Stephan Course– The YouTube Creator Academy Review 2019
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Your success with YouTube is all about the numbers. You know that.

But how do you reach those high ranks without a big spend?

There are specific tactics for organic growth known to only a few Youtubers. They cultivate a powerful following, which means serious monetization.

I’ve taken many courses in pursuit of a successful living for myself, including this one.

I make $50k per month leveraging the skills I’ve learned with online marketing via various platforms. The one that [...]

30.10.2019
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Jordan Mackey Course – Make Money On Youtube Made Easy Review 2019
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You don’t have to be a charismatic superstar to make big money on YouTube.

 In fact, you don’t even have to make videos to make money on YouTube.

After several trial and error courses, including Jordan Mackey’s “Make Money Easy On Youtube”, you could say I have become an expert in what NOT to do.

The plus side? I am able to say I earn $50k a month, and so I also clearly know what TO DO. The YouTube strategies in this particular course were certainly fascinating, and I did makes [...]

30.10.2019
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Jordan Mackey Course – Youtube Advanced Masterclass Review 2019
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If you’ve made some money on YouTube, its time take those earnings to the next level.

Advanced YouTube marketing can amplify your content, identify and target robust audience sets and increase your monetization potential.

There are so many platforms you can leverage nowadays to make money online.

I’m proud to say I’ve reached my goal of $50k per month as of 2019. Along with implementing this method, as well as another online passive income strategy which is simple lead generation [...]

30.10.2019
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Kody Course – Youtube Mastery Class Review 2019
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While YouTube continues to make millionaires with viral content, most people don’t realize that there are specific methods for creating that success.

In other words, it’s not an accident. Influencers and viral content producers already know the drill.

There have been several techniques I’ve used to earn a living. This one has certainly helped me pay the bills, I wanted a bit more.

So, I’ve combined this method with getting leads for local businesses and I am now earning $50k per [...]

30.10.2019
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Viking Warrior from Birka Grave Confirmed as female

War was not an activity exclusive to males in the Viking world. A new study conducted by researchers at Stockholm and Uppsala Universities shows that women could be found in the higher ranks at the battlefield. Charlotte Hedenstierna-Jonson, who led the study, explains: “What we have studied was not a Valkyrie from the sagas but a real life military leader, that happens to be a woman“.

The study was conducted on one of the most iconic graves from the Viking Age. It holds the remains of a [...]

11.09.2017
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Neanderthal Bones From Goyet Show Signs of Butchering

Neanderthal bones from an excavation in Belgium have yielded evidence of intentional butchering. The findings, from the Goyet caves near Namur, are the first evidence of cannibalism among Neanderthals north of the Alps. The skeletal remains were radiocarbon-dated to an age of around 40,500 to 45,500 years. This group of late Neanderthals also used the bones of their dead as tools, which were used to shape other tools of stone.

Professors Hervé Bocherens and Johannes Krause of Tübingen’s [...]

10.07.2016
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Body in Well Confirms Viking Saga

Archaeologists working in Trondheim in Norway are amazed by the discovery of a human skeleton in the bottom of an abandoned castle well. The skeleton provides evidence that confirms dramatic historical events mentioned in the Sagas.

The location and contents of the well are mentioned in Sverre’s Saga, a chronicle of one of the kings of Norway, and one of very few historical manuscripts describing events in the Norwegian Viking age and medieval period.

Scholars have questioned the [...]

10.06.2016
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Discovering a Roman Imperial Winery at Vagnari Italy

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In other words, the prospective customers should not only [...]

09.01.2016
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The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica

Audio News for November 3rd through the 9th, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • DNA shows Rome has always been a melting pot of migrants (details)
  • Indian Supreme Court rules that a disputed sacred site belongs to the Hindus (details)
  • Two wooly mammoth traps found in Mexico (details)
  • New research gives a chronology to cultural developments in the Mongolian steppes (details)
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11.11.2019
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Audio News for October 27th through November 2nd, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Laser technology reveals Bronze Age monument in Forest of Dean (details)
  • Final journey of 5,300-year-old ice mummy identified by frozen moss (details)
  • Danger Cave among state monument candidates selected in Utah (details)
  • New excavations at Monte Verde could prove it to be earliest human settlement in South America  [...]
04.11.2019
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Audio News for October 20th through the 26th, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Sloan Canyon, Nevada, makes plans for a new visitor center (details)
  • Pontius Pilate built a road leading to Jerusalem’s Temple Mount (details)
  • Third-graders dig up artifacts in their classroom closet in New York (details)
  • New evidence narrows down when early humans learned to make fire (details)
  •  [...]
28.10.2019
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Audio News from Archaeologica, October 13th through the 19th, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Michelle Hilling, founding partner in Audio News and Archaeologica, dies after a brief illness. (details)
  • Archaeologist uses online map to identify 27 previously undiscovered Maya ritual sites (details)
  • 30 3,000-year-old Egyptian coffins opened to reveal well preserved mummies inside (details)
  • Cache shows what a [...]
21.10.2019
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Audio News for October 6th through the 12th, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Ancient “industrial area” and two female mummies uncovered in Egypt (details)
  • Monastery on Irish farmer’s land supplied a mother monastery in France (details)
  • Canned soup for the stone age cave dweller (details)
  • Finland agrees to return remains, Native American artifacts from 19th century (details)
  •  [...]
14.10.2019
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