Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Feb 13-19

Join me Feb 25-28 at Left Coast Crime. Here are some posts from around the web that I enjoyed this week: badger turns Bronze Age archaeologist, Roman restaurant in France, the Homer reading club talks Achilles and Harper Lee memories.

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Jan 23-29

I had a great time at the San Diego State University Writers’ Conference, details inside. Here are some posts I enjoyed this week: ancient footprints found near Tucson, new findings fr a venerable, excellent archaeological dig in Turkey, Çatalhöyük, linguists date your childhood fairytales to the Bronze Age, and an overview article about Hittites (in case you haven’t yet got the picture from this website…)

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Jan 2-8

There’s still time to attend the San Diego State University Writers’ Conference. Here are some posts I enjoyed this week: New temple found on Acropolis, old ship found buried in Alexandria Virginia, Etruscan lecture sponsored by the AIA, astronomical dating of Odysseus?

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Dec 19-26

Some posts I enjoyed around the web this week: the latest finds at Hala Sultan Tekke Cyprus, underwater archaeology at Corinth Greece, the desert year in review by Melissa Crytzer Fry & a smuggled Hittite Seal comes to Çorum.

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Nov 28- Dec 4

Posts from around the web that I enjoyed this week: speculation about the Amphipolis tomb as commemorating Hephaistion, Caroline Alexander’s new translation of the Iliad and an open access collection of gorgeous Greek museum books fr Latsis Foundation, the latest is Mycenae.

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Nov 14-20

Some posts I enjoyed from around the web this week: Mysterious “Giants’ Wheel” burial in the Golan, Israel, “reading” Roman skeletons and Marylee MacDonald on intelligent selection from the mounds of research that goes into historical fiction

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom October 24-30

Reminder of AZ HNS meeting Sat Nov 7 with Donis Casey on Dialogue. Posts I enjoyed this week: Unplundered Mycenaean tombs, underwater archaeology uncovers 22 shipwrecks, the whole Iliad performed

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