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NewsCore/AFPIn a move bound to leave many Greeks and scholars aghast,Greece'sculture ministry said Tuesday it will open up some of the debt-stricken country's most-cherished archaeological sites to advertising firms and other ventures. The ministry says the move...
Elizabeth Brumfiel, a widely recognized scholar in the field of feminist archaeology who studied Aztec culture, examining not only the functional and economic significance of ancient relics but what scholars learned about changing gender roles and...
World NowArchaeologists in Mexico say they have found a ceremonial offering that may have been used nearly 2,000 years ago to consecrate the Pyramid of the Sun before its construction...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefAnother link to the past is being restored at Thomas Jefferson's Bedford County retreat. Poplar Forest is replanting the home's original landscape. Archeologists have spent the last two years looking for evidence of trees and flowers that used to grow...
Jefferson, Md., resident Jessy Schroeder, a senior at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is getting hands-on anthropology experience this year. With help from Julia King, associate professor of anthropology, Schroeder is creating an exhibit on...
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L.A. at HomeBattery powered clocks: With power still out across parts of L.A. County more than a day after the wind storm, it seemed fortuitous that our annual onslaught of holiday gift ideas happened to include a bunch of battery-powered clocks....
L.A. NOWA 60-year-old former Ukrainian opera singer was left singing “God Bless America” in a show of appreciation to sheriff’s deputies after they rescued the man and his son from a dam in Pyramid Lake on Wednesday night. The Agoura Hills......
email@example.comPERRYVILLE —Businesspeople here are gathering and purchasing toys for the second year during a holiday event, “It’s A Wonderful Life on Merchants Row,” presented by Perryville Market. Vendors will be set up from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m....
Channel Guide MagazineBy Jeff Pfeiffer Follow @ChannelGuideJP You’re probably familiar with the medieval sport of jousting, either through watching movies or seeing Renaissance fair performances. But did you know that there are groups of people who are diehard, modern-...
Baltimore's tallest building, at 100 Light St., is now the Transamerica Tower. Formerly called the Legg Mason Building, it was originally built as the headquarters of the United States Fidelity and Guaranty (USF&G) Company in 1973 — one of the...
World NowEgypt closed the Great Pyramid outside Cairo after rumors circulated that spiritual groups would try to hold ceremonies at the site Nov. 11, 2011, at 11:11 a.m. The rumors sparked a campaign on Facebook and Twitter to prevent ceremonies at the pyramid,...
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