Neolithic burials discovered in Vietnam cave — The Archaeology News Network

Vietnamese archaeologists have announced announced the results of their excavation in the Krong No volcanic cave in Dak Nong Province, in the southwest of the Central Highlands at the tail end of the Truong Son mountain chain. Credit: VNExpressKrong No is a volcanic cave system that has made headlines for its impressive scale and length.… via … Continue reading Neolithic burials discovered in Vietnam cave — The Archaeology News Network

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‘Tomb Raider’ Colouring Book Coming in January 2019 — Tomb Raider Horizons

This will be going on my Christmas list 😉   Swap your game controller for a pack of coloured pencils and get ready to unleash your inner artist because Dark Horse Comics is publishing a Tomb Raider colouring book in January! The book, which has been created in conjunction with Square Enix, will celebrate some … Continue reading ‘Tomb Raider’ Colouring Book Coming in January 2019 — Tomb Raider Horizons

Bronze-Age Helmets Uncovered in Slovakia — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

KOŠICE, SLOVAKIA—Ancient artifacts were handed over to the Eastern Slovakia Museum by a person who discovered them while picking mushrooms, according to a report in The Slovak Spectator. “This precious finding consists of two bronze helmets, partly stuck to each other,” said Róbert Pollák, who is director of the museum. “There were also two pairs… via … Continue reading Bronze-Age Helmets Uncovered in Slovakia — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

Update and poll results

In this post I just wanted to share what will be coming up on the blog this September. Firstly, as some of you may know, I ran a poll on the Facebook page to determine name of my new series of short articles scoring various technical aspects of archaeology. The results are in and the … Continue reading Update and poll results