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Technological Revolutions and Safety in Archaeology

Google Earth Google Earth has made it easy to see, explore and engage with sites of interest all over the world. This tool helps identify sites of interest, and creates initial analysis before anyone even steps foot on site. LIDAR LIDAR is an acronym for Light Detection and Ranging Technology. It helps

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A Brief History of World War One

World War One began on June 28, 1914 when the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated. A Serbian terrorist group called The Black Hand were behind the assassination, though that was simply the catalyst; tensions had been growing over differences over foreign policy. Eight million soldiers died in World War One

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Great Archaeological Discoveries

The Baby Disposal A small group of archaeologists led by Ross Voss were exploring the sewers beneath a Roman bathhouse in Ashkelon, Israel when they made a gruesome discovery- an abundance of baby bones. It appears that it was used as a mass grave site but it is not confirmed how or