March is Women’s History Month, and we’re looking at the history of Wonder Woman. As we all know, her first theatrical film is due out later this year. But what if it wasn’t her first? What if there had been as many onscreen Wonder Women...Show More Summary
From the man who gave us Wallace and Gromit comes the prehysterical Early Man – the story of plucky caveman Dug (Eddie Redmayne) and his efforts to unite his tribe against the Mighty Bronze Age. Plus, a saber-toothed rabbit. So there’s that… Early will premiere in the UK on January 26th, 2018 – U.S. TBD. … Continue reading Run Rabbit Run Trailer: Early Man! ?
I want to look at one element of the CBO score. It is the offered actuarial value of plans. Under the House Bill, out of pocket maximums would be fixed but there would be no age banding. The CBO sees this having an interestingly low effect. Beginning in 2020, the legislation would repeal those requirements, […]
The circle stone within a stone circle, dating from the Neolithic or Bronze age, is said to be a gateway to health or fertility and guarded by a fairy or "piskie." Legend has it humans who pass through the stone will be cured of ailments...Show More Summary
A facial reconstruction of Ava was made last year Analysis of pollen found on pottery buried with a young woman more than 4,100 years ago has identified plants used for medicinal purposes. The woman's bones, including a skull and teeth, were discovered at Achavanich in Caithness 30 years ago. Show More Summary
Israeli archeologists have unearthed a "rare and mysterious" Bronze Age dolmen in the Galilee hills, the Israel Antiquities Authority said on Sunday. An IAA statement said that the capstone of the basalt chamber weighed a whopping 50 tonnes and its underside bore about 15 intricate carved designs. Show More Summary
It’s the first gold hoard of the year! We’ve had Bronze Age weapons and Roman copper vessels packed with plants. Now we have a group of four ancient gold torcs discovered by metal detectorists in a cow pasture in Leekfrith on the Staffordshire Moorlands. The torcs were found last December by Mark Hambleton and Joe [...]
Here are two future bass acts that have been low-key killing it for ages now – Bronze Whale and Popeska. To see them manage to team up together for a collaborative single is just crazy and on CloudKid Records no less. Close your eyes...Show More Summary
Excavations during the construction of two soccer fields in Scotland have turned up a rare discovery — a Bronze-Age weapon hoard, including a notched bronze sword and a gold-decorated spearhead. All told, archaeologists discovered the...Show More Summary
GUARD Archaeologists have recently recovered a very rare and internationally significant hoard of metalwork that is a major addition to Scottish Late Bronze Age archaeology. A bronze spearhead decorated with gold was found alongsideShow More Summary
Excavations in Scotland turned up an unexpected stash of weapons dating as far back as 1000 B.C.
Two soaring figures flank a 142-foot flagpole at the Hoover Dam Visitors Center, aged to the gunmetal patina that clings to bronze after years in the elements. The figures are ripped with muscles, raising their arms to extended wings...Show More Summary
A gold-decorated spearhead and a notched sword were found in a rare Bronze Age weapon hoard.
A hoard of Bronze Age weapons was discovered ahead of construction for two soccer fields in Scotland. Here's a look at the glittery treasure.
GUARD Archaeologists have recently recovered a very rare and internationally significant hoard of metalwork that is a major addition to Scottish Late Bronze Age archaeology. The Bronze Age Hoard as it was first revealed during excavations...Show More Summary
Bronze Age treasures and new settlements.
We now live under an administration that derides modernity in all things. Education should be guided by Bronze Age mythology. Settled medical consensus is rejected in favor of lies and poorly constructed, misleading arguments regarding the side effects and the dangers & effectiveness of vaccines. Climate science is not just questioned, but dismissed out of […]
GUARD Archaeologists have recently recovered a bronze spearhead decorated with gold, that may once have been wielded by an Achilles of Bronze Age Scotland.
GUARD Archaeologists, working on behalf of Angus Council in advance of the construction of two football pitches at Carnoustie in Angus in Scotland, have recently discovered a major addition to Scottish Late Bronze Age archaeology.
In what archaeologists are calling the “find of a lifetime,” a horde of Late Bronze Age weapons has been discovered at a Scottish construction site. Among the items found is a gold-decorated spearhead, and a 3,000-year-old bronze sword in remarkably good condition. Read more...