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Archaeologik

Apokalyptisches Wildfeuer in Australien - Bedrohung für Felsbilder der Aboriginees?
Die aktuellen Wildfeuer in Australien sind in ihrer heutigen apokalyptischen Gestalt eine Folge menschengemachten Umweltwandels. Das umfasst einerseits die Praxis der Landnutzung, andererseits die aktuelle Erderwärmung.
Für das europäische Modell der Landnutzung sind Wildfeuer eine Bedrohung, weshalb die Brände gelöscht und eingedämmt werden müssen. Das führt indes dazu, dass sich in den geretteten Areale Brennmaterial ansammelt - und die Feuer beim nächsten Mal um so heftiger werden. Die [...]
13.01.2020
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Provenienzen erstunken und erlogen - bestenfalls geschönt...
Christos Tsirogiannis hat schon mehrfach nachgewiesen, dass Provenienzen auch bei angesehenen Auktionshäusern offensichtlich nicht den Tatsachen entsprechen. Er kann auf Ermittlungsunterlagen der italienischen Polizei zurückgreifen und hat damit ein Archiv von Bildern und Beschreibungen von Funden, die früher schon bei Händlern z. T. bei Razzien aufgetaucht sind. Bemerkenswerterweise fehlt diese Station in den Provenienzangaben, wenn die Funde später angeboten werden.
12.01.2020
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Singende Unterhosen, Energiefrösche und Metalldetektoren - durchdachtes Angebot bei #Tchibo
Ähnlich gut überlegt ist vermutlich auch das Angebot eines Metalldetektors bei Tchibo. Dass man mit so einem Angebot an Laien zumal mit dem Hinweis auf Schatzsuche und dem schlichten nichtssagenden "Bitte beachten Sie die gültigen Bestimmungen und Gesetze in Ihrem Land" einen Beitrag zur [...]
09.01.2020
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Wieder mal ein Archäologie-Blog!
Wissenschaftsblog des Jahres 2019 in Silber: „Miss Jones

Ich gratuliere!
Ich habe fast schon den Eindruck, Archäologie ist hier überdurchschnittlich immer wieder mal vertreten.
08.01.2020
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Ägyptologie-Blatt

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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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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Aus dem englischsprachigen Raum

EurekAlert! - Archaeology

Domesticated wheat has complex parentage
(PLOS) Certain types of domesticated wheat have complicated origins, with genetic contributions from wild and cultivated wheat populations on opposite sides of the Fertile Crescent. Terence Brown and colleagues at the University of Manchester report these findings in a new paper published Jan. 22, 2020, in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.
22.01.2020
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Study reveals 2 writers penned landmark inscriptions in 8th-century BCE Samaria
(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A new Tel Aviv University study reveals that only 2 writers penned landmark inscriptions on an 8th-century BCE Samarian ostraca. The discovery illuminates the bureaucratic apparatus of an ancient kingdom of Israel.
22.01.2020
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Late Neolithic Italy was home to complex networks of metal exchange
(PLOS) During the 4th and 3rd millennia BC, Italy was home to complex networks of metalwork exchange, according to a study published Jan. 22, 2020, in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Andrea Dolfini of Newcastle University (UK), and Gilberto Artioli and Ivana Angelini of the University of Padova (Italy).
22.01.2020
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First ancient DNA from West/Central Africa illuminates deep human past
(Harvard Medical School) An international team led by Harvard Medical School scientists has produced the first genome-wide ancient human DNA sequences from west and central Africa.
22.01.2020
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Study reveals pre-Hispanic history, genetic changes among indigenous Mexican populations
(Molecular Biology and Evolution (Oxford University Press)) To better understand the broad demographic history of pre-Hispanic Mexico and to search for signatures of adaptive evolution, scientists have sequenced the complete protein-coding regions of the genome, or exomes, of 78 individuals from five different indigenous groups from Northern (Rara?muri or Tarahumara, and Huichol), Central (Nahua), South (Triqui, or TRQ) and Southeast (Maya, or MYA) Mexico. The genomic study is the largest of its [...]
22.01.2020
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Graham Stephan Course– The YouTube Creator Academy Review 2019
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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 January 12th through the 18th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Archaeological evidence offers glimpse of Native American life in D.C. (details)
  • Neanderthals could swim and dive for clams (details)
  • 200 interdisciplinary archaeologists work to uncover origins of Notre Dame (details)
  • Iron Age recycling in Dubai (details)
20.01.2020
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Audio News for January 5th through the 11th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • New reading of a viking runestone suggests fear of a climate disaster (details)
  • Search begins for unmarked African-American graves in Clearwater (details)
  • Researchers publish 1,400 Iraqi cuneiform tablets stored at Hobby Lobby, many now missing (details)
  • New oldest sketch of Venice discovered (details)
  •  [...]
13.01.2020
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Audio News for December 29th, 2019, through January 4th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Cooking carbs apparently very ancient (details)
  • Human remains beneath Connecticut home may be from Revolutionary War soldiers (details)
  • Loopholes emerge in Nevada state law on Native American burials (details)
  • Atherosclerosis found in pre-contact Inuit mummies (details)
06.01.2020
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Audio News for December 22nd through the 28th, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • New research on lost North American crops proves them as productive as maize (details)
  • Analysis shows people from across Ireland brought their own cattle to huge Iron Age feasts (details)
  • In eastern Mexico, archaeologists discover huge ancient Maya palace (details)
  • Magnetic anomaly reveals reason behind stone circle in [...]
30.12.2019
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Audio News for December 15th through the 21st, 2019
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
  • Cutting edge technology in Texas aids archaeologists in critical documentation of rock art sites (details)
  • One of the world’s most famous structures has been going by wrong name for 2,000 years (details)
  • Long suspected mass gravesites identified from Tulsa Race Massacre (details)
  • Tar gum reveals 6000-year-old human DNA  [...]
23.12.2019
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