It’s big. It’s bouncy. And it’s coming to a ritual Bronze Age site near you soon… Read more
This great little video, borrowed from here… Read more
Andrew Snelling, a geologist at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, explains to Neil Denny (The Guardian) why he believes Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis) was descended from an ape on Noah’s Ark. Simples. Read more
Indo-European language roots discovered in a cave on the Isle of Skye Read more
Let’s here it for public service journalism. If only Newsweek’s ‘Daily Beast’ website had been out when we were rocking short pants, it would have saved a LOT of heart ache.
What’s the capital of Lithuania? Read more
My name is Peter Weyland, and if you’ll indulge me… I’d like to change the world. Read more
Archaeologists undertaking a routine trial trench excavation on a building site in Milton Keynes found that a king has a reign, then he dies. Read more
Great little film here, putting the movement into it’s historical context. Read more
Archaeologists are normally a recalcitrant bunch, pathologically fearful of innovation (unless it’s made out of Stone, Bronze or Iron). Read more
“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in square holes. Read more
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that if an archaeological starlet wants to get head in life, the tapes had better be rolling. Read more
Check out the illustrious company round this dinner table!