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Old August 30th, 2012, 04:15 PM   #1

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Krypteia: A Form of Ancient Guerrilla Warfare
"Krypteia: A Form of Ancient Guerrilla Warfare" by Brandon D. Ross

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Mayan theater, used by elite characters of Mayan society approximately 1,200 years ago, discovered

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This place was used by the high ranking members of society to make themselves legitimate through political plays before important minority groups in the region. Photo: Luis Alberto Martos/INAH.
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Bulgarian archaeologist discover necropolis of ancient Apollonia in Sozopol - FOCUS Information Agency

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Confirm the finding in Korea in the South of the remains of the oldest ship in the world
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100,000 year old hand tools found in the Americas, or publicity stunt in order to get a research grant? You decide.
Arizona man finds what he believes are ancient artifacts - Yahoo! News

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Clerical “Concubines” in Northern Italy During the Fourteenth Century
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Archaeologist Dana Goodburn-Brown set to conserve Roman scroll
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The Roman curse scroll as it was found.Picture: Paul Tritton
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Archaeologists unearth ruins of 1,500-year-old Jewish town in southern Israel | The Times of Israel

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The new findings 9 miles north of Beersheba show the existence of a substantial Jewish town on the site 1,500 years ago (photo credit: Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority)
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What this law proposes is that anything that flows -- a river, bloodstream or highway network -- will evolve toward the same basic configuration out of a need to be more efficient. And, as it turns out, that same basic law applies to all bodies in motion, be they animals or tanker trucks, says Adrian Bejan, the J.A. Jones Professor of mechanical engineering at Duke and father of the Constructal Law
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The mystery of Etruscan origins: novel clues from Bos taurus mitochondrial DNA
The mystery of Etruscan origins: novel clues from Bos taurus mitochondrial DNA

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