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The Voorlezer’s House – A New Place In History

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Salt: A Mover and Shaker in Ancient Maya Economy

Assessing the Historicity of the Trojan War: Excavations at Troy 1988-2010

Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition-2020

Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition-2020

An Archaeology of the Bronze Age Senses: the tastes, smells and colors of new finds from east Cretan excavations

Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition-2020

Water Management and Climate Change in the Mayans’ Yucatan

China’s Living Silk Road Sites and their Ongoing Destruction

An Archaeology of the Bronze Age Senses: the tastes, smells and colors of new finds from east Cretan excavations

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Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition

Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia

Gender in Ancient Greece and Today

Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition

The Greatest Sorcerer of Ancient Egypt and his Mysterious Funerary Figurines: The shabtis of Khamwaset

An Archaeology of the Bronze Age Senses: the tastes, smells and colors of new finds from east Cretan excavations

Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition

Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH) 4th Edition

When Did Vesuvius Explode?

Terraforming the Nile Valley: The Ancient Egyptians as the World’s First Great Environmental Engineers

Katina Lillios: “In Praise of Small Things: Archaeology of the Late Prehistoric Tomb of Bolores, Portugal”

Missing the Boat: Ancient Dugout Canoes in the Mississippi-Missouri Watershed

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U2 Spy Plane Photos and Archaeology in the Middle East

Brewing Beer in Roman Britain

Water and Sensory Experiance: Reconstructing the Procession of the Eleusinian Mysteries

Bringing the Moabites to Life at Khirbat al-Balu’a (Jordan)

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Taking to the Water: New Evidence and New Debates about the Earliest Seafaring in the World

February 15, 2020, 2:00 PM: Dr. Karin Larkin, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

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The Sensorium of the Roman Urban Landscape: Sights, Sounds, Smells, Tastes, and Touch

Reconsidering Akron’s Historic John Brown House: New Evidence from Geophysical Surveys and Archaeological Excavations

Stamping out the Embers: The Roman Sieges of Machaerus and Masada

Ancient Maya Marketplaces: Hubs of Interaction and Integration

When Did Vesuvius Explode?

Archaeological Evidence for Dating the Vesuvian Eruption

Egyptology’s Diverse History

A New Theory of the Maya Collapse: It Didn’t Happen

Taking to the Water: New Evidence and New Debates about the Earliest Seafaring in the World

Biogeochemical Evidence for Residence, Diet, and Health of the Woman in the Iron Coffin (Queens, NY)

Domestic Politics: Elite Architecture and Political Identity in Early Etruria

Art, Archaeology, and Advanced Technology: The Alexander Mosaic at Pompeii

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Art, Archaeology, and Advanced Technology: The Alexander Mosaic at Pompeii

Taking to the Water: New Evidence and New Debates about the Earliest Seafaring in the World

Six Degrees of Socrates: The Social Networks of the Ancient Greeks

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Viking Longships: Wolves of the Sea

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