Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction Feb 4-10

My weekly roundup of posts I enjoyed from around the web: Roman shipwreck full of garum, new Egyptian scribe’s tomb find, help with archaeological discovery at GlobalXplorer, Aegean island of Keros full of cycladic statues and monumental buildings

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Weekly Roundup of Archaeology, History and Historical Fiction Dec 31-Jan 6

My weekly roundup of posts: silk traces found in Neolithic grave in China, Paphos Cyprus has a mystic and sexual past that’s drawing attention, along with some gorgeous mosaics, Egyptian pot burials get a new interpretation as wombs to the afterlife

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Weekly Roundup of History, Archaeology and Writing Wisdom Sept 5-11

Reminder of Sept 19 AZ HNS meeting on Scrivener. Here are some posts I enjoyed on the web this week: Girls’ education in Tudor, Regency and American Revolutionary periods (with Anna Castle, Libi Astaire, Suzanne Adair), huge ritual monument near Stonehenge discovered, busting Gladiator myths (with Faith Justice), and reconstructing 4,000 year old Hittite foods.

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

Posts I enjoyed around the web this week: a small town dig of Minoan Crete, Liza Klaussmann on enriching the “real” with the fictional in Historical fiction, a rave review of Ben Kane’s latest Roman book, remembering Harry Hoffner monumental Hittitologist, the apparent translucency of marble & what that means to ancient Greek temples, and Donis Casey on the pain of slicing & dicing one’s manuscript.

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