Medieval to modern trade routes: the Silk Road and World Heritage preservation
"The Silk Road is likely to emerge as the most ambitious and expansive international cooperation program for heritage preservation ever...
Heritage sites in 3-D
Advances in technology often are viewed as signs of the future, but researchers exploring the past increasingly adapt modern technology in t
Bronze Age “rig and furrow” agriculture discovered by drones on Scottish islands
“an incredibly detailed 3-D map of the connected islands” Two of the Inner Hebrides islands off of Scotland’s western coast were recently su
In memoriam: Lamia al-Gailani Werr, protector of Iraq’s archaeological heritage
“Because her family is one of the oldest in Iraq, her sense of history was very keen." One of the earliest effects of the Iraq War on i
Titanic II "with modern safety features" will sail in 2022
Titanic, RMS Titanic, Titanic II, Titanic 2, historic ship, shipwreck, historic shipwreck, Blue Star Line, cultural heritage, international
"Bittersweet Vindication" - Fake? Illegal? Welcome to the Museum of the Bible in Washingto
"The Dead Sea forgeries could be part of the most significant sham in Biblical archaeology..." UPDATE: The Museum of the Bible in...
Archaeology Day - the culmination of Earth Science Week!
Celebrate International Archaeology Day on October 20, 2018! Since 1998, Earth Science Week has brought together people from around the...
Hedge funds poised to acquire artifacts from the RMS Titanic for nearly $20 million
UPDATE: Three hedge funds have joined together to purchase a collection of artifacts from the RMS Titanic, beating out a consortium of...
The new politics of the Parthenon marbles
"The antiquities were 'made in and belong to Greece'" - Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn The Parthenon marbles—once (and still) known...
Medieval to modern trade routes: the Silk Road then and now
“An Incredibly Detailed Map of Medieval Trade Routes” For thousands of years, extensive trade networks crisscrossed the great expanse of...