By: Theresa O'Riordan
Exoarchaeology is a little-known discipline: It can be defined as the archaeology of outer space. Lacking opportunities to conduct digs for artifacts on other planets, those interested in this field have had to rely mostly on the observations of astronomers and the thoughts of conspiracy...
By: Pam Uher
Strange and amazing archaeological digs have given rise to mythical modern adventurers like Indiana Jones, Laura Croft and Benjamin Gates. These characters have captured the imagination of several generations and evoked a renewed interest in archeology and ancient history. This has been a great money...
By: Ray Burke
The Human Template Theory:Haven't I seen you before in another city, another company, another time? Is evolution playing tricks on our eyes? I think that humans are being manufactured off an evolutionary production line (hints of a hidden designer after all?) where carbon copies...
By: Ralph Lawrence
A SWAMI IN OUR MIDSTNew Age or Traditional Archeology?What are the common platforms? Where does the divergence lie? What stands up against fact or fiction? Does an Indiana Jones type character enhance or detract from a serious and precise science?These questions of romanticism...
By: Pam Uher
No, New Age Archeology is not Dead!God is not Dead!ANDAtlantis has not Been Found!Did that get your interest? If not maybe the next few examples of New Age Archeology might.New Age Archeology is considered by most scholars, scientists and researchers as...
By: Chris Pearce
Evolutionary thought has been around since before the time of Jesus. In the 6th century BCE, Greek philosopher Anaximander speculated about the origin of life and he believed that animals originated from the sea. A succession of Greek, Roman, Arab, and Persian philosophers put forward...
By: Jane Montgomery
On the 24th of August in the year AD 79 a catastrophic volcanic eruption devastated life in Pompeii and Herculaneum. This same event, while destroying the lives of many, preserved the town's architectural structures and its decorative arts, as well as some organic materials. Upon...
By: Maurice Sassoon
The pyramids are the great stone tombs that were built thousands of years ago to hold the bodies of the Egyptian pharaohs. There are many pyramids that still stand in the desert along the River Nile, which is approximately ten miles south of the city...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Amanda Demers
No, Indiana Jones is not bad for archeology. In fact, I'm sure that a lot of people with an active interest in archeology and related anthropology fields were at least partially influenced by this series. While the Indiana Jones movies represent a Hollywood version of...
By: Maurice Sassoon
Anthropology is the study of man - what he is like, how he lives and behaves and everything else about him. The word, anthropology, originates from the Greek word. anthropos, meaning"man" and logos. meaning "study." It is one of the most important, modern sciences...

 

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