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Tag Archives: archaeology
January 22, 2010
Painstaking reconstruction of De Soto's journey through what is now the southeastern US, and the many vanished cultures and peoples he encountered.
Book of November 14, 2009
Good on archaeology, soul-searingly good on the colonial era, the only significant gap is that there is little about Islam.
Puzzle of November 13, 2009
Three thousand-year-old bronze statue from a previously unknown Chinese culture, discovered in 1986 at Sanxingdui in the province of Sichuan (Szechuan). This photo is by David Schroeter, part of a set taken in the new Sanxingdui museum. This is one of the best and most complete tours of the Sanxingdui discoveries available online, showing items like [...]
Book of November 7, 2009
A journalist weaves together stories of archaeological discoveries, the Cultural Revolution, and the changing economic and social landscape of 21st-century China.