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Archaeologik

"nach der Hinrichtung haben die Deutschen den Gürtel mitgenommen" - Ein Gürtel und die deutsche Kolonialgeschichte
Es geht hier nicht um einen archäologischen Fund, sondern um eine lehrreiche Geschichte um einen auf den ersten Blick unscheinbaren Patronengürtel.
Sie zeigt die Wunden und Probleme aus der hier weitgehend vergessenen deutschen Kolonialgeschichte, sie zeigt die Bedeutungszuschreibungen an materielle Kultur und deren große Bedeutung für Erinnerung - auf beiden Seiten.

25.02.2020
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Eine Mauer gegen Kultur: Für die Trump Wall wird Kultur zerstört
    Für den Bau von Trumps Mauer gegen Mexiko wurden mehrere archäologische Fundstellen bzw. 'sacred sites' zerstört. Die Society for American Archaeology (SAA) fordert die sofortige Einstellung der Bauarbeiten bis eine Umplanung vorliegt.
    23.02.2020
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    Die Bombenopfer von Dresden - Historische Archäologie gegen ihren Missbrauch
    Vom 13. bis 15. Februar 1945 überzogen die Royal Air Force (RAF) und die United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) die Stadt Dresden mit mehreren Wellen von Luftangriffen. Dresden war vor dem Krieg eine der größten Städte Deutschlands und ein wichtiges Industrie- und Verkehrszentrum. Während des Krieges lag es weit von den Fronten und geriet erst in den letzten Kriegstagen in die Reichweite der Alliierten.

    Die historische Innenstadt wurde fast komplett zerstört, schwere Schäden gab es an den [...]
    13.02.2020
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    Eine Wunschvorstellung wird zum Fakt - und von der Wissenschaft nach Generationen entlarvt
    Solche Situationen kommen öfters vor. Sie zu entdecken und wieder aus den Köpfen zu schaffen, ist eine wichtige Aufgabe der Kulturwissenschaft. Das kann auch mal länger dauern, denn betroffen sind oft kleine Fächer mit nur geringem Personalbestand.
    Ein aktueller Fall: Die angebliche ägyptische Ärztin aus dem 3. Jahrtausend v.Chr. geboren in den 1930er Jahren in einer Frauengeschichte einer britischen Autorin, wohl durch flüchtigen Umgang mit den Quellen. Ein kurzer Wikipedia-Artikel von 2006 (e [...]
    06.02.2020
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    Ägyptologie-Blatt

    Ägyptisches Parlament verabschiedet Änderungen des Antikengesetzes
    Mit mindestens einem Monat Gefängnis und / oder einer Geldstrafe von bis zu 100.000 LE müssen Personen rechnen, die beim heimlichen betreten ägyptischer Altertümer / archäologischer Stätten ertappt werden.

    Die gleiche Strafe droht für das Besteigen ägyptischer Altertümer und für den Vollzug "obszöner Handlungen" in ihrer unmittelbaren Umgebung.

    Verschärft wurden die Strafen für illegalen Besitz und / oder Verkauf eines ägyptischen Artefakts. Es drohen nun eine Geldstrafe zwischen 1 und 10 [...]
    20.02.2020
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    Statuenfunde im Millionenjahrhaus Amenhotep`s III.
    Ägyptische Medien (Ahram Online  &  Egypt Today) berichten am 19.12.2019 über neue Statuenfunde während der laufenden Grabungssaison des " Colossi of Memnon & The Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III Conservation Project " auf dem Gelände in Kom el-Hettan (Luxor Westbank).

    Kopf und Torso einer 1,85 Meter hohen Granodiorit-Statue des falkenköpfigen Gottes Horus sind bestens erhalten. Die Arme sind zerbrochen, nach den fehlenden Beinen wird gesucht.
    Weiterhin wurden der untere Teil einer Sitzstatue [...]
    20.12.2019
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    Notgrabung Heliopolis
    Während der nunmehr dreizehnten Grabungskampagne gelang es dem Team aus Ägyptischen Wissenschaftlern des Antikenministeriums und der Universität Leipzig in einer Tiefe von ca. zwei Metern unter Grundwasserspiegel die bislang ältesten Siedlungsschichten der Tempelstadt zu identifizieren.

    Entdeckt wurden Ausschnitte von Grundrissen von Häusern des mittleren 4. Jahrtausends v. Chr. sowie Feuerungsanlagen einer Brauerei. In diesen Anlagen wurde Getreide für die Gärung in Feuerbecken behandelt. Der [...]
    06.12.2019
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    Zwei weitere Löwen in Bubasteion entdeckt?
    Zusammen mit anderen Funden, wie 75 Holz- u. Bronzestatuen sowie diversen anderen Tiermumien, darunter Krokodilen, fanden Wissenschaftler unter den 5 Katzenmumien mind. 2 Löwenjungen. Gefunden wurden diese im Bubasteion in Sakkara. Das berichtete das Journal „Nature ” am 26.11.2019.
    Das wäre wohl der 1. Fund solcher Tiermumien. Er soll laut dem Obersten Rat für Altertümer aus der 26. Dynastie (ca. 664-525 v.Chr.) stammen.

    Bereits im Jahre 2004 wurde ein so gut wie komplettes Löwenskelett [...]
    30.11.2019
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    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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    Aus dem englischsprachigen Raum

    EurekAlert! - Archaeology

    Asteroid impact enriches certain elements in seawater
    (University of Tsukuba) University of Tsukuba researchers found two processes immediately after the end-Cretaceous asteroid impact that likely supplied chalcophile elements to the ocean, i.e., impact heating and acid rain. The former produced iron oxides/hydroxides and released chalcophile elements from the struck rock. Iron oxides/hydroxides could have carried chalcophile elements to the seafloor. Acid rain could have supplied some chalcophile elements, especially copper and silver to the [...]
    28.02.2020
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    Anthropogenic seed dispersal: rethinking the origins of plant domestication
    (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History) Over the past three millennia, selective breeding has dramatically widened the array of plant domestication traits. However, a close look at the archaeobotanical record illustrates a similar suite of linked traits emerging before humans began selectively breeding food crops. In the current study, Spengler summarizes all of these early evolutionary responses in plants, arguing that these shared traits evolved in response to human [...]
    27.02.2020
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    Each Mediterranean island has its own genetic pattern
    (University of Vienna) A Team around Anthropologist Ron Pinhasi from the University of Vienna -- together with researchers from the University of Florence and Harvard University -- found out that prehistoric migration from Africa, Asia and Europe to the Mediterranean islands took place long before the era of the Mediterranean seafaring civilizations. For their analysis they used the DNA of prehistoric individuals from Sicily, Sardinia and the Balearic Islands. The results have been published in [...]
    26.02.2020
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    Mathematician identifies new tricks for the old arch in our foot
    (University of Warwick) Walking and running subjects our feet to forces in excess of body weight. The longitudinal arch of the feet was thought to be the reason the feet do not deform under such load. However, researchers from the University of Warwick, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University in Japan and Yale University have illustrated that the transverse arch may be more important for this stiffness.
    26.02.2020
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    Mystery surrounding dinosaur footprints on a cave ceiling in Central Queensland solved
    (Taylor & Francis Group) The mystery surrounding dinosaur footprints on a cave ceiling in Central Queensland has been solved after more than a half a century.
    26.02.2020
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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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    09.01.2016
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    The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica

    Audio News for February 16th through the 22nd, 2020
    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Recovered crew artifacts from ill-fated Franklin Expedition support new hypotheses (details)
    • Image of Egyptian sun God Ra discovered in ancient coffin at Harvard (details)
    • Collapse of reservoir’s dam could have influenced importance of Angkor Wat (details)
    • Significant 7th century BC tomb almost lost to construction of new [...]
    24.02.2020
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    Audio News for February 9th through the 15th, 2020
    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Bottled tears of love and mourning (details)
    • Ancient petroglyphs depict solstice art in Mesa Verde (details)
    • World’s possibly longest surviving folktale may have basis in fact (details)
    • More excavations planned to identify India’s legendary lost city (details)
    17.02.2020
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    Audio News for February 2nd through the 8th, 2020
    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Wasp nests utilized to date ancient Aboriginal rock art (details)
    • Portion of Central Park was once African-American community (details)
    • Curse tablets found in 2,500 year old well in Athens (details)
    • New research suggests varied origins of worlds' oldest pottery (details)
    10.02.2020
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    Audio News from Archaeologica, January 26th through February 1st, 2020
    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Medieval mansion site explored in west London (details)
    • New studies show Cahokia area continued to thrive after giant city was abandoned (details)
    • Cave site suggests Neanderthals migrated into Siberia twice, the second time from Europe (details)
    • Assyrian gods appear in new rock carvings from Kurdistan (det [...]
    03.02.2020
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    Audio News from Archaeologica, January 19th through the 25th, 2020
    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Basque whaling ship reassembled in celebration of local maritime history (details)
    • Surprising DNA finds provide new insight into spread of human populations from sub-Saharan Africa (details)
    • Extensive Aboriginal ancient aquaculture system uncovered by Australian bushfires (details)
    • World’s oldest mosaic found in lost [...]
    27.01.2020
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