The obsidian prismatic blade is one of the sharpest cutting implements ever produced in the prehistoric world.
Today’s featured free resource is Archaeology 2.0: New Approaches to Communication and Collaboration. edited by Kansa, E. C, Kansa, S. W, & Watrall, E. (2011).
How is the Web transforming the professional practice of archaeology? And as archaeologists accustomed to dealing with “deep time,” how can we best understand the possibilities and limitations of the Web in meeting the specialized needs of professionals in this field? These are among the many questions posed and addressed in Archaeology 2.0: New Approaches to Communication and Collaboration, provided by UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.
Originally published by the Egypt Exploration Society the 6 volumes that make up the Amarna Reports were published between 1984 and 1995.
The first issue of the History Bytez Magazine has just had a final edit, and will be released very shortly. The first issue is 68 pages long and includes feature articles on the Italian Sahariano tank that never made it beyond prototype stage and the first eyewitness recorded battle, Megiddo we also test drive a Roman tuna recipe and lots more.
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