Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction July 29- August 4

My weekly roundup of posts about archaeology and history: digging up Norse kings or gods in Sweden, Roman barracks in the subway, a new tomb in Egypt, archaeology in Egypt and Nubia, the genetics of Mycenaeans and Minoans, the Chinese epic horse show to tell the Trojan War

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction April 29-May 5

My weekly roundup of posts I enjoyed: interpreting Idalion Cyprus’s temples and artifacts, new tomb near Luxor Egypt with bonus mummies, new Mycenaean tomb at Salamina Greece, Roman northern Britain new finds including keys, coin manufacture and inkpots

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction Jan 7-13

Here’s my weekly roundup: Mycenaean shaft grave creates a new view of Mycenaean/Minoan relations, Hagia Sophia’s acoustics, Menorah carved into cave indicates a 2nd Temple hideout, Troy gets a museum, 2016 dig finds at Paphos Cyprus

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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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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom July 12-July 18

My favorites from around the web this week: Mycenaean and Etruscan archaeology, Elizabeth I comes alive in Barbara Kyle’s hands, writing historical fiction by Jessica McCann and the world’s oldest slam poetry and novel.

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