Discussion in 'Ancient History and Mythology' started by juantoo3, Sep 7, 2008.
Thank you to Phyllis and the kitties!
*a :kitty: sidles into the thread, a link clutched in her teeth*
Parched English fields reveal ancient sites - Yahoo! News
She awaits verification that someone has received her offering.
Another offering from the :kitty:s: Ancient city by the sea rises amid Egypt's resorts - Yahoo! News
I see I'm a little late...many thanks to the lovely kitties! Really love that Roman English Archeology!
*a few :kitty:s race in, pieces of paper in their mouths. They drop them at juantoo3's feet, the writing facing the man, then plop down for :kitty:naps*
Egypt unearths 3,400-year-old granite statues - Yahoo! News
World's oldest high-altitude settlements 'found in PNG' - Yahoo! News
Details of 18th-Century 'Ground Zero Ship' Revealed - Yahoo! News
Undocumented language found hidden in India - Yahoo! News
Sorry about the last one since it doesn't pertain to anything "physical", but something linguistic.
*a Siberian :kitty: delivers a note to juantoo3, then curls up around his right ankle*
New Bronze Age civilization discovered in Russia - Yahoo! News
*a shivering :kitty: delivers another message to the thread before curling up into a tight ball*
Amir Ganor - Yahoo! News Photos
Are you OK? Do you have heat? Are you cold right now?
Speak your mind Phyllis...
Yes, but I had to help clear the outside vents so there won't be any CO illnesses (we have an old boiler for a furnace) plus Tovarish slept with me. The weather Tuesday night/all of yesterday made me wish that I was just like a longhair :kitty:, at least until the weather turns warm.
After taking care of the vents, I returned to the "command center" and started reading more about the situation in Egypt (including the looting/selling of their antiquities.)
Another :kitty: find for the Christian and/or the anthropologically inclined delegation: Could lead codices prove ‘the major discovery of Christian history’? - Yahoo! News
Ancient ship found near Rome - Yahoo! News
What one :kitty: can find while evading trouble...
One more :kitty: delivery: Beneath Jerusalem, an underground city takes shape - Yahoo! News
When I was in Jerusalem in 1976, the only "underground" section that was open was what was called "Solomon's Stables". There was a sign that it only cost $5 to go in, prompting my waggish friend Nick to ask, "Yes, but how much does it cost to get OUT?"
Another :kitty: delivery...
Roman Gladiator's Gravestone Describes Fatal Foul - Yahoo! News
Things haven't changed much over the centuries, eh?
New ?sun worship? sites found at Stonehenge | The Sideshow - Yahoo! News
Thank you so much for that! I do hope you and the assorted kitties are well? The wife and I brought a couple of Lab pups into our home a month or so back, and they are definitely growing like proverbial weeds!
Oldest Shaman Grave Found; Includes Foot, Animal Parts
An article from 2008 about a Natufian Shaman grave found in Isreal.
Oldest bedding found to date:
In Pictures: Uncovering The Beds Of Ancient Humans | Life of an Ancient Human, Early Human Culture & Ancient Mattresses | LiveScience
World's Oldest Beds in South Africa Found to Repel Bugs [PHOTO] - International Business Times
World’s oldest bed found
Oldest Known ?Mattresses? Discovered in South African Rock Shelter | Beyond Science | Science | Epoch Times
Does an Anglo Saxon Mead Hall fit in?
ScienceDirect - Journal of Medieval History : The mead-hall community
A statue of a female gladiator unearthed. Stop. Will post link to article if interested. Full Stop.
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