Monthly Archives: January 2009

Cyprus Conference in PA

A recent announcement was sent out about an upcoming conference on Cyprus to be held at the University of Pennsylvania Museum March 27-29, 2009 – “The Ancient Kourion Area: Penn Museum’s Legacy and Recent Research in Cyprus: A Conference Commemorating … Continue reading

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Marble Head

It seems that archaeologists in Israel have been making a series of interesting discoveries. Recently, a marble head of a boxer was discovered at an archaeological excavation in Jerusalem. The head, which is 6 X 4 centimeters, dates to the … Continue reading

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Horizon Report

A version of the 2009 Horizon Report is now available for viewing on the web. For those unfamiliar with the Horizon Report, the description posted on their website says:: The annual Horizon Report describes the continuing work of the New … Continue reading

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Digital Reconstruction of Karnak

The Experimental Technologies Center at UCLA has created a digital reconstruction of the Karnak Temple Complex in Egypt – The Digital Karnak Project. There are several interesting features to the site. There is a section (Timemap Karnak) where you can … Continue reading

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E-Book Readers

I have been reading lots of articles about E-Book readers since I would like to be able to make a convincing argument for buying one, without getting in trouble with my wife. A recent article on The Wired Campus shoots … Continue reading

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Cyprus, Rain, and Waterpark?

As we start to prepare for the 2009 fieldseason, Cyprus starts to intrude on my thoughts more often. One thing I do to prepare for the summer is to start reading the Cyprus news online. At the AIA last weekend, I talked … Continue reading

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Ancient History Blogs and the AIA

Wow, this semester has hit me hard, and it seems that I already have no time. I returned from the AIA on Sunday and classes began Monday morning. The AIA provided me the opportunity to talk to some people I … Continue reading

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