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In Fredericksburg, Virgina, on the corner of William and Charles, sits a concrete (or is it limestone?) cylinder. Perhaps less than 2 feet tall, maybe [...] The post Historic Monuments and the Fredericksburg, VA Slave Block appeared first on Archaeology Review.
On August 21, 2017 there will be a total eclipse of the sun by the moon. Something that is getting a lot of hype as [...] The post The Solar Eclipse and Archaeology appeared first on Archaeology Review.
The following is a quick look at a strange but popular story making its rounds on the internet, mostly in Facebook. I have no doubt [...] The post A Review of Jaime Maussan’s Alien Mummy from Peru appeared first on Archaeology Revie...
Going around and around the internet are memes-usually from people like Robert Sepehr (who claims to be an “anthropologist”)-about how there’s something significant about people [...] The post The silliness of Rhesus negative blood and aliens, gods, nephilim, etc. appeared first on Archaeology Review.
A recent video posting by Brien Foerster on his YouTube channel prompted me to post a reply on behalf of a friend, that included information [...] The post Great Pyramid and the Speed of Light appeared first on Archaeology Review.
On various social media websites, Brien Foerster has begun advertising a new video you can rent on Vimeo. In some of the comments defending assertions [...] The post Non-Human Fetus? Nope, as Human as You appeared first on Archaeology Review.
I was curious about how Google ranked the top 20 blogs about archaeology, so I did some searches. Here’s the results of the most basic, [...] The post Top 20 Archaeology Blogs by Google Rank appeared first on Archaeology Review.
This is a review of an article that just ran in the journal Nature, titled, “A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA.” The core of the [...] The post 130,000 year old Californians? appeared first on Archaeology Review.
1. Mysterious eight-sided Great Pyramid? If you look at the Great Pyramid from above, particularly when the light is just right, you might see what looks like [...] The post 8 Mysteries of the Ancient World That Aren’t So Mysterious appeared first on Archaeology Review.
I found myself somewhat amused by Brien Foerster’s video that highlights a few moments of a tour he guided in Luxor, Egypt at the Temple [...] The post The Temple of Karnak and Possibly its Worse Tour Guide appeared first on Archaeology Review.
In this article, I’m doing something a lot of archaeologists aren’t necessarily comfortable with: showing the remains of an indigenous people, in particular: their skulls. [...] The post The Elongated Skulls Mystery Really isn’t a Mystery at All appeared first on Archaeology Review.
With the advent of modern digital photography, it’s easy to take as many photographs as you want. No film to process means no film buy [...] The post Photographs are not Data appeared first on Archaeology Review.
Brien Foerster is clearly ignorant of genuine archaeological method and theory. He took a video of two Egyptian sarcophagi at the Penn State Museum in Philadelphia recently [...] The post A Misrepresentation of Two Sarcophagi by Brien Foerster appeared first on Archaeology Review.
Ask any archaeologist what they consider the most iconic tool of the archaeological trade and they’ll probably say the trowel. And many an archaeologist has [...] The post Beg, Borrow, and Steal: The Archaeologist’s Lament appeared first on Archaeology Review.
On a summer evening in 1974, when I was just 7 years old, I witnessed an event that would ultimately change my life. Not a [...] The post From Believer to Skeptic. A Personal Account of Critical Thinking. appeared first on Archaeology Review.
There have been a few articles in online media recently that highlight the relationship possible for metal detector hobbyists and archaeologists where the recreational metal [...] The post The Dilemma of the Metal Detector Hobbiest and Archaeology appeared first on Archaeology Review.
I’ve been a regular user of both Android and Crapple Apple’s iPhone for the last couple of years and I’ve found one, single application on [...] The post Ten Android Apps for an Archaeologist appeared first on Archaeology Review.
The Piri Reis map is one that often finds its way into the fringe archaeology discussion periodically as if it’s being discovered for the first [...] The post Piri Reis Map and Claims of Antarctica appeared first on Archaeology Revi...
LIDAR (light detection and ranging) is a technology that’s gained lot of traction in archaeology over the last decade, though it’s been one of the [...] The post LIDAR From Self Driving Cars and Archaeology appeared first on Archaeology Review.
When I was an adolescent, among my favorite movies were Zorro, The Three Musketeers, and Conan the Barbarian. My friends and I spent countless hours [...] The post Pretend Swordplay: Hercules Swords and the Hornets’ Nest of Reality appeared first on Archaeology Review.