Archaeological sites: The Varna cemetery
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The Varna Cemetery The accidental discover of the Varna Cemetery (otherwise known as the Varna Necropolis) on the Black Sea coast of modern day Bulgaria, has shed light onto the lives of the people in the vicinity and the burial customs they practiced. When it...
By: M.A. Dal Cero
Take a few moments to call to mind all the people that you know. Think of your relatives, co-workers, friends, and acquaintances. Now divide them into two separate categories: the complainers and the non-complainers. The chances are probably quite high that you were able to...
Archaeological sites: Talepakemalai
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The History of Talepakemalai Talepakemalai is the largest site from the Lapita Cultural Complex and is one of our best sources for the understanding of the Austronesian settlement of Oceania and the people of the Lapita Culture. The site itself measures 20 acres and excavated...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Monoculturalism is a term formed with two root words; mono (meaning one) and culture. One culture is fundamentally the natural state of affairs for a stable society. Societies in transition, collision, conflict and change tend to be multi-cultural and inherently unstable. Radical multi-culturalism may be...
By: Cody Hodge
There are several things that define what a civilization is. The most important are language, culture, an agricultural surplus, and art that a civilization creates. Why are these things important to defining a civilization? No group of people can get along without food, culture, the...
The history and significance of the Uluburun shipwreck
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The History and Significance of the Uluburun Shipwreck The shipwreck of Uluburun, just off the southwest coast of Turkey, offers us great insight into the trade organisation of the Mediterranean. This article will discuss the archaeology and the significance of the Uluburun shipwreck. The shipwreck...
How cities evolved
By: James Johnson
Cities, those thriving centers of trade and commerce. They are also breeders of crime, homes to numerous gangs, and places to find slums or ghettos. To officially be a city, it must also have at least one major church or cathedral. But cities are also...
Archaeological sites: Kenniff Cave
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Archaeological Sites: Kenniff Cave The archaeological site of Kenniff Cave in Australia, offers great insight into the evidence for the Aboriginal occupation of Australia during the Pleistocene. For this article, I will use archaeological evidence to show the importance and significance of this site. There...
By: Angela Diggs
The type of person we are most drawn to is someone who is most like ourselves. We seek people who mirror what is inside of us. I don't know about you, but if someone has tattoos all over their body, I will not come running...
By: Cody Hodge
There is an interesting power struggle between science, and society in this country. It seems that the real conflict is between science and religion, which tends to form the values to which a community will adhere to. Most of the struggles between science, and society...

 

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