10 Unusual Musical Instruments From Around the World — Google Arts & Culture

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Christmas Countdown Day 6 – Prehistoric Track-ways: The Harroway

So for the Day 6 Christmas Countdown I thought I would return to my segment on prehistoric Track-ways, with another one that is close to where I live - The Harrow Way. The Harrow Way, or Old Way,  is a ancient track-way in the south of England that runs from Seaton in Devon to Dover … Continue reading Christmas Countdown Day 6 – Prehistoric Track-ways: The Harroway

Christmas Countdown/ Advent of Archaeology/ Archaeology Advent Calendar Day 5 – Another look at “Archaeology” games on the Google Play Store

So here we are at day 5, and it is never a good sign when you are browsing a list of games and see you see the title 'Dinosaurs for kids: Archaeologist - Jurassic Life' and 'Archaeologist - Dinosaur Games'. Both by MagisterApp who made 'Archaeologist - Ancient Egypt' the subject of Christmas Countdown Day … Continue reading Christmas Countdown/ Advent of Archaeology/ Archaeology Advent Calendar Day 5 – Another look at “Archaeology” games on the Google Play Store

Christmas Countdown 1 – Phone apps and games!

So recently I have been looking through the Google play store and I thought to myself "Hey! I wonder if there are any Archaeology (or maybe some museum) games". I was very pleased to see so many, but the closer I looked the more I despaired... Now, I will say this, there are some useful … Continue reading Christmas Countdown 1 – Phone apps and games!

Coffee Break Archaeology’s Christmas Countdown

So, a quick update. Starting tomorrow I will be starting a countdown to Christmas by posting something new to my social media channels each day. One might call this advent(urous) ;). These wont necessarily be related to Christmas. Why am I doing this? Well because I want to... but beyond on that I hope this … Continue reading Coffee Break Archaeology’s Christmas Countdown

Stone Tool Workshop Unearthed in Tibet — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

BEIJING, CHINA—Cosmos Magazine reports that a team of researchers led by Xiaoling Zhang of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has unearthed a 30,000-year-old stone tool workshop in central Tibet—some 15,000 feet above sea level. Evidence from the site, known as Nwya Devu, suggests humans were able to survive at the area's extremely high altitude at… via … Continue reading Stone Tool Workshop Unearthed in Tibet — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine