Monthly Archives: September 2012

The model of a modern Archaeologist

Last semester I read the following poem which so aptly describes the mindset of many a modern archaeologist. I was just reminded about it by a facebook friend. I am the very model of a modern Archaeologist: a geoethnoarchaeoeconomobiologist, I’ve … Continue reading

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Museums and ancient daily life

Maybe I just hadn’t realized it previously, but I’ve recently come to appreciate the wealth of information about ancient daily life held in museums. Take for example this Egyptian model of a woman grinding grain. It is held by the … Continue reading

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