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6225Sargon of Akkad talks about the legend of Gilgamesh from his unique perspective.DMaA111/7/2019
62243 ancient shipwrecks discovered off Aegean island of Kasos msn.comlongz411/4/2019
6223A collection of Anglo-Saxon gold artefacts known as the Staffordshire hoard has FUBHO211/2/2019
6222The migration of modern sapiens is an area of constant "new" discoveryogi110/30/2019
6221Speaking of new technology applications in Archaeology: If the example study beisopatch310/29/2019
6220Thanks. Family well !! ogi-10/29/2019
6219<Scientists find early humans moved through Mediterranean earlier than believisopatch210/28/2019
6218<LOL> Per many posts on various boards over the years, my posting time is isopatch210/28/2019
6217"This board has never been limited to science settled decades ago." NValuepro-10/28/2019
6216Agree. One point worth making is advanced technology, unavailable 100 (even 50)isopatch-10/28/2019
6215The peer review system is under extreme stress. Maybe it's because all the DMaA-10/28/2019
6214Thanks ogi. We're definitely on the same page. All the best to you and youisopatch-10/28/2019
6213This board has never been limited to science settled decades ago. There's tisopatch-10/28/2019
6212I think the issue is that the "Ancient Origins" article sounds fantastValuepro110/28/2019
6211I hope we go back to more inter-discipline approaches in education. I think it sogi110/28/2019
6210Was an inter-disciplinary major, in college, during the 60s. Rutgers was very kisopatch-10/26/2019
6209The author is not an archeologist, it seems he is a chemist: "Martin Sweatogi110/24/2019
6208<Trust but verify>, as Ronald Reagan aptly put it...)) No doubt, peer revisopatch110/23/2019
6207That is fantastically interesting, so much so that I have to question the reliabValuepro-10/23/2019
6206<Prehistoric Zodiacal Dating Code Revealed At Göbekli Tepe 10/21/19 Byisopatch210/23/2019
6205<New evidence supports giant asteroid impact 12 800 years ago October 13, 20isopatch210/13/2019
6204The fact that they were grading sheep shows they were actively genetically modifDMaA110/8/2019
6203[tweet]Tom Clarke-10/8/2019
6202The ones I listened to hurt my ears so I stopped since I don't know what thealanrs-10/7/2019
6201Fascinating! Somehow they all sound alike.Carolyn-10/7/2019
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