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Remains of Long-Lost Temple Discovered in #Iraq http://shar.es/Nf7V3 via @LiveScience #archaeology
Life-size human statues and column bases from a long-lost temple dedicated to a supreme god, dating back over 2,500 years, have been discovered in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.
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Polish archaeologists have discovered a meteorite fragment inside the remains of a possible shaman's hut dating back more than 9,000 years
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BBC News - Dovedale Roman and Iron Age coins found after 2,000 years http://bbc.in/1ocPEFU #archaeology #uk #roman
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1,500-Year-Old Case of Down’s Syndrome Confirmed in France http://ow.ly/yWOrT via @archaeologymag #archaeology #france
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Forestry officials unearth stone spearheads in northern Lapland | Yle Uutiset | yle.fi http://yle.fi/uutiset/7335582 #archaeology #finland
Archaeologists in Finland are celebrating the discovery of a number of artefacts in Lapland, northern Finland. A series of surveys by the forestry watchdog Metsähallitus has unearthed hundreds of hunting pits, several prehistoric habitations, pottery shards and a stone spearhead.
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Recent analysis of a 1300 year old mural know as The Battle, from the archaeological site of Cacaxtla in Mexico, has identified the involvement of ten separate artists
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What Rome's Arch-Enemies Wore Into Battle http://onforb.es/1oavsEH via @forbes #archaeology #carthage
Naval archaeologists think they've found the only example of armor from Carthage to survive the destruction of the city-state by Rome in 146BC. The helmet, recovered from the site of the Battle of the Egadi Islands, northwest of Sicily, is dramatically different from the Celtic style worn across Europe, popularly known [...]
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Wandering, Travelling, Soul-searching.
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Rantin' and Rovin' is a travel blog dedicated to understanding peoples and cultures across the globe. As an anthropologist, I am interested in learning who people are, what they do, and why they do what they do. In the end, my goal is to show that while we all have our differences, we are all human.

And, of course, to have some fun along the way!