By: Jane Allyson
For hundreds of years divers have been discovering treasures and bringing them up from the sea. Today archaeologists can excavate at depths that once would have been impossible to do. The use of sophisticated technology has enabled the archaeologist to bring us exiting and valuable...
By: Cherry Blossom
Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of an archaeologist would be like? What do archaeologists really do? The saying goes "An archaeologist is someone whose career lies in ruins." Anonymous. The truth is archaeologists do much more than just...
By: Tenebris
The relatively new science of environmental archaeology seeks to reconstruct how early cultures interacted with their environments, as well as how past societies adapted to changing environmental conditions. For example, an environmental archaeologist might choose to examine the impact of the volcanic explosion at Santorini...
By: Laszlo Parakovits
There exists a curious chapter in history that takes placebetween the West (Europe) and China that is not oftendiscussed but which in a twist of fate is important tothe context of the current relationship between eastand west.Today in western countries and in China itself...
By: Tenebris
Human prehistory in North America is most commonly believed to begin with the great nomadic migration over Beringia, a land bridge between eastern Siberia and Alaska that came into existence roughly 25,000 years ago, when the Wisconsin glaciation had locked away enough of the...
By: Jane Allyson
The Stone Age is seen as the longest epic of human pre-history.It can be divided into 3 separate time periods which are defined by the level of knowledge that prehistoric man had reached in the shaping and use of tools.The terms of understanding...
By: Elaine Sihera
Each human being's reality is formed by their perception which, in turn, is dictated by their culture, race, religion and gender. Whatever we perceive is exactly what we 'see' which is likely to be different from the next person. Imagine three people standing beside each...
By: Barb Mcmahon
Now Entering GrieflandThere should be signs posted at every funeral home, every palliative care unit, every dangerous patch of highway: Now Entering Griefland Life Will Be Different From Now OnOf course, no sign, anywhere, could ever prepare you for just how different life will be...
By: Tim Baehr
Middle-Age BluesOne of the things I never quite got about the mythopoetic aspect of the men's movement was the question "What is your myth?" or "What myth are you living now?" I couldn't imagine myself in the role of hero, off on a...
By: Brittany Schleining
Effects of ReligionOver the centuries, billions of people have fell prey to religion run amok. It is ineptly tragic that religions, of which are supposed to unify followers as well as free their sinful souls, have done just the opposite. " churches have often split...

 

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