Funny Friday – How did the Dinosaurs die?

September 14, 2012


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Twitter Round-Up – Latest Twitter messages and great users!

September 11, 2012


Twitter Round-Up is a spotlight of some great Twitter messages I would like to share. I will also share some great Twitter users that you need to follow! In the last week or so I have seen some great Twitter messages that I would like to share: Also be sure to follow these Archaeology related […]

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Lecture – Skin: Its Biology in Black and White‏

September 10, 2012


The 8th Standard Bank/PAST Keynote Lecture presented by Professor Nina Jablonski Skin colour is a biological characteristic loaded with cultural meaning. The establishment of hierarchies of races based on preconceived notions of hierarchies of colour is a myth that has influenced the course of human history more adversely than any other. Understanding how skin colour […]

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Funny Friday – The paleobet ~ know your prehistory

September 7, 2012


Source “The paleobet! From Bird and Moon Comics, full size version found here:“

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Back from excavation – The Trip in photographs

September 5, 2012


So I am back from my excavation in the Kruger National Park and I thought I would share some of the pictures: But first I want to give those who don’t know an idea of where the Kruger National Park is: Map Source We saw lots of amazing crocodiles! The sand heap was nice and […]

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Tuesday Tussle – Felt Fedora vs Sun Hat vs Pith Helmet

September 4, 2012


Tuesday Tussle is a new post that I will be doing every now and then on a Tuesday. The aim is to have some fun and to vote for one of the Tuesday Tussle’s candidates. It will be archaeology and history related. The last Tuesday Tussle was The Trowel vs The Brush: Unfortunately the poll […]

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Funny Friday – How the pyramids were built

August 31, 2012



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