• Göbekli Tepe: Neolithic Gathering and Feasting at the Beginning of Food Production
    Göbekli Tepe: Neolithic Gathering and Feasting at the Beginning of Food Production
    On the highest point of a rocky outcrop in southeastern Turkey lies a mound intentionally buried over 10,000 years ago[...]
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  • The Big Bad Wolves of the Ancient Near East Speak: Royal Apologetic in Context
    The Big Bad Wolves of the Ancient Near East Speak: Royal Apologetic in Context
    To hear him tell it, the big bad wolf was really the hero [...]
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  • San Miceli in Sicily: Excavation of an early Christian Basilica and Village
    San Miceli in Sicily: Excavation of an early Christian Basilica and Village
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  • The Value Project: Videogames and Archaeology at Leiden University
    The Value Project: Videogames and Archaeology at Leiden University
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  • The Land before the Kingdom of Israel: Asking New Questions of Old Data
    The Land before the Kingdom of Israel: Asking New Questions of Old Data
    Late Bronze Age Canaan was made of many different social groups and political units. How did some of these come together to form the Israelites [...]
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  • Göbekli Tepe: Neolithic Gathering and Feasting at the Beginning of Food Production
  • The Big Bad Wolves of the Ancient Near East Speak: Royal Apologetic in Context
  • San Miceli in Sicily: Excavation of an early Christian Basilica and Village
  • The Value Project: Videogames and Archaeology at Leiden University
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