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The Norse and the Islamic World: How Unique is this Ring?

There’s been a lot of hype in the last week about a ring worn by a 9th century Viking woman that says, “for Allah” on the glass inlay. Nearly every article discussing the ring says that it confirms contact between Vikings and the Islamic world, because it…
There's a lot of hype about a ring connecting the Norse to the Islamic world. But this isn't the first time we've found evidence of such a connection.
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Art is often subjective. Archaeology usually wants to be objective. How do the two mix? http://www.rantinandrovin.com/2015/03/07/find-truth-ancient-art/ #art #archaeology
Art is often highly subjective, but it's also most of what we have in the archaeological record. How do archaeologists find objective truth in ancient art?
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Discovering the exotic in the familiar: Winter Hiking at Roger Williams Park

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Hiking around Roger Williams Park in winter, contemplating the beauty and the history.
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Finding a 19th century farmer's market in Tasmania: A Trip to the Market http://ow.ly/JfOxk via @archaeologymag #australia #archaeology
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Traveling? Whether you're chasing the snow or trying to escape it, here are 10 tips to get you there faster: http://ow.ly/J3sjI #travel
Going through airport security can be tedious and frustrating, but it doesn't have to be. Here are 10 tips to make your airport security experience easier.
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Bioarchaeologists Examine Diet Consumed by Paracas Culture http://ow.ly/J3rl5 via @archaeologymag #archaeology #peru
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Hate getting stuck in #airport security lines? Here are 10 easy steps to help you speed through: http://www.rantinandrovin.com/2013/01/07/10-steps-help-zoom-airport-security/ #travel
Going through airport security can be tedious and frustrating, but it doesn't have to be. Here are 10 tips to make your airport security experience easier.
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Thinking of my home in #Indonesia on this cold, snowy, New England day... http://www.rantinandrovin.com/2012/11/11/the-color-red/
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Boo!!!!! Illegal 'nighthawkers' damage Hadrian's Wall | via @Telegraph http://fw.to/65Wh3lS #archaeology #uk #roman
The National Trust says it has found evidence of illegal excavations carried out by criminals armed with metal detectors
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Excavation of the Nissia Begins Off the Coast of #Cyprus http://ow.ly/J1n3W via @archaeologymag #archaeology (psst, @CyprusTweets!)
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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!