Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction Sept 10-16

Some posts I enjoyed from around the web: Greek vase goes live, metal on an Egyptian boat, everything about Roman stoneworking, Hittite stamp seal from Puduhepa’s hometown and what about those Sea People?

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction August 20-26

Here are some posts I enjoyed this week: sensational Bronze Age finds at Hala Sultan Tekke on Cyprus, Roman mosaic of Poseidon in Turkey uncovered, Olympian not Olympic cycling, ancient synagogue in Galilee and the discovery of a secret tunnel at the venerable dig at Alacahöyük Turkey

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction August 13-19

Some posts I enjoyed this week: One of the Egyptian Sunken Cities from the British Museum exhibit, Why writers help each other, Val McDermid shows class in the face of anti-feminist, new finds in Israel paint a revised view of the Great Revolt

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