Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction April 1-7

My weekly roundup of posts I enjoyed: Eric Cline on looting & preserving archaeological treasures, Queen Tiye found next to her husband’s giant leg in Egypt, Build a Wall goes way back to Sumer, Caligula can float his pleasure boats (again), Greek tragedy in the hands of some acting pros helps us figure out modern war and a replica ancient Greek ship takes her maiden voyage in Haifa Israel.

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction March 25-31

My weekly roundup of posts I enjoyed: Sat April 1 event for archaeology & mystery fans, Clovis People mystery solved, Neolithic rock art in Egypt, the Huns lived happily with Romans sometimes, it turns out.

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction Feb 11-17

My weekly roundup of posts I enjoyed from around the web: Many of the Met’s photos are now open use, searching behind Tut’s tomb for Nefertiti, the Pueblo Revolt gets a new, nuanced look from archaeological evidence, the Hyksos in Egypt also get a new look from dig evidence

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom March 19-25

Some posts I enjoyed around the web this week: 500 yr old Bible reveals Reformation secrets, Egyptian ostracon with alphabet practice, figuring out what immerses a reader and some good bks for good price: The Tapestry in paperback & 4 bk collection of historical mysteries

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