Sands of Time
- HO'OLOHE'OLE: Not Heeding, Unreceptive, Disobedient. Kaululaau, Kai Ana Makanoe Kaikaulaokaweilaha // Nebula;Sep2010, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p1
As the U.S Military continues to excavate Native Hawaiian ancestral remains and incarcerate protestors, anger, division and resentment intensify toward the state and federal government as the "digging up and showcasing" of Native Hawaiian iwi (bones) only remind us of the blatant and wanton...
- Heady discovery. Barreca, Elaine // Archaeology;Mar/Apr93, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p22
Features the archaeological discovery of a ten-inch sandstone head in a rockshelter excavation in southwestern Wisconsin. Grace Rajnovich as discoverer; Rockshelter as an Indian cult shrine; Floor of the rockshelter.
- Travel guide to the ancient world 1993. // Archaeology;Mar/Apr93, Vol. 46 Issue 2, Travel Guide to the... p1
Presents a guide to archaeological excavations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia & the Pacific. Listings based on information supplied by archaeologists or government agencies; Accommodations; Acceptance of volunteers; Contact information.
- The manege dig. Veksler, Alexander G. // Archaeology;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p32
Presents information on rescue excavations taking place in Manege Square, Russia. Details on what occupies the historic space adjacent to the Kremlin in 1997; Information on the 1993 excavation carried out by the Center of Archeological Research. INSET: Treasures of the Gostiny Dvor..
- Did ancient mariners set sail from the Indus valley? Keys, David // New Scientist;6/26/93, Vol. 138 Issue 1879, p4
Reports on the discovery of the world's oldest ocean-going boat fragments on the Oman coast at Ras Al Junayz in the Middle East. Unearthing of pieces of ancient Indian pottery and other objects imported by sea; Possibility that the boats were built and sailed from the Indus Valley; Items with...
- The Kerameikos of Athens. Shipley, Graham // History Today;Sep96, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p62
Features the archeological findings at the Kerameikos cemetery in the Heart of modern Athens, Greece. Dexileos memorial; Diplyon amphora; Grave relief of a youth from the City Wall south of the Sacred Gate; Gateways and courtyards; Third-century B.C. fountainhouse.
- From Ebla to Damascus: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Syria. Weiss, Harvey // Archaeology;Sep/Oct85, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p58
Focuses on the excavation of the site of Ebla, capital of a wealthy kingdom dating to the third millennium B.C. in Syria. Discovery of cuneiform tablets; Presentation of an exhibition featuring archaeological and artistic treasures for the National Museum of Syria; Emphasis of the exhibit on...
- CELEBRATING AN ISLAND ARTIFACT. Philip, Cynthia Owen // Archaeology;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p44
Explores the archaeological excavations during the restoration of the immigration main building in Ellis Island, New York. Discoveries in mitigation and salvage archaeology; Variety of artifacts related to construction; Remnants of pavement made of hand-molded bricks set in sandy lime mortar;...
- The medieval town of David-gorod Belarus. Earwood, Caroline; Malachowska, Sylwia // Antiquity;Sep93, Vol. 67 Issue 256, p534
Features the ancient wood-built settlement of David-gorod in Belarus (Byelorussia). Location and history; Stratigraphy and structures; Domestic and economic activities; Wooden artifacts.