Companions in the Afterlife
myspiritualcramp: Very interesting and cool article about Egyptologist & Zooarchaeologist Salima Ikram’s study of Animal Mummies of Egypt. The picture gallery of these companions, provisions, symbolic and sacred talismans is wonderful. The writing by anthropological standards is informative, but a little meh. ...
goodbyeyellowbrickroad asked: Speaking of CRM, do you know of any job openings?
sanitka asked: Hello! just wanted to ask you where you're from. I'm an archaeologist as well and I don"t find any PAID job in Belgium.. yes you can work and help on digging field or in post-digging lab, but you're not paid! how is it in your country? i'm so desperate :D
i would be appreciative
if my phd applications filled themselves out. and also, if my master’s thesis would write itself. soooo, get on that, work. do yourself.
Archaeological News: Archaeologist proven right -... →
archaeologicalnews: It’s not unusual for an archaeologist to get stuck in the past, but Carl Gustafson may be the only one consumed by events on the Olympic Peninsula in 1977. Sifting through earth northwest of Seattle, he uncovered something extraordinary - a mastodon bone with a shaft jammed in it. This…
mayan skull with jeweled teeth
Archaeological News: PREHISTORIC MEN SCARRED,... →
archaeologicalnews: Men in prehistoric Europe scarred, pierced and tattooed their penises, likely for ritualistic and social group reasons, according to a new study. Analysis of phallic decorations in Paleolithic art, described in the December issue of The Journal of Urology, may also show evidence of the…
Open Access Archaeology: Open Access Publication-... →
openaccessarchaeology: It maybe a newsletter but it presents original research on the subject of African diaspora archaeology. A quick look at Publish or Perish finds that quite a few of these articles receive citations. If you are interested in this subject definitely check out this publication for some quality…
oh, i haven’t posted anything about my research in a hot minute. because i haven’t been kicking nearly as much ass right now as i had been… got a retail job to try to support myself and pay off some debt, and it’s been a time-suck. hopefully now that i’m done training i can get myself back down to 20 hours instead of 35-ish because it’s way too much to try to...
Archaeological News: Evidence of Earliest Known... →
archaeologicalnews: Re-dating of a fossil human jawbone from a cave in England may help answer questions about the advent and spread of modern humans in Europe. First excavated in 1927 from the limestone context of Kent’s Cavern in southwestern England, the fragment of a modern human upper jaw bone (maxilla)…