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October 7th, 2017

New excavations confirm Spain’s El Pendo Cave as a continuous Neanderthal settlement

Just nine days of excavations in the cave of El Pendo during September have been enough to confirm one of the main hypotheses of the researchers prior to entering the cave located in Escobedo last year, when the team led by Edgard Camarós, archaeologist of the Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution, presented its ambitious scientific project to …Continue reading →

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Belgium’s Grognon citadel and Medieval port resurfacing

The Grognon citadel, in Namur (in Wallonia, Belgium), continues to reveal its secrets, as rescue excavations began several months ago, with a view to building an underground car park at the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers. Recently, archaeologists have uncovered the remains of the ramparts, a watchtower and the Grognon Gate, which were used to enter the area …Continue reading →

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The Italic settlement, necropolis in Le Castagne of Forca Caruso, Central Italy

In August 1983, an archaeological discovery was announced in Abruzzo and an Aquila newspaper wrote: “L’ Aquila – The discovery was extraordinary, but the results of the excavations, conducted by the Abruzzo Archaeological Superintendence of Chieti, are even more interesting. What is now called the “Cervetri d’ Abruzzo”, an ancient settlement at a thousand meters above sea level in the …Continue reading →

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Crossing the Alps in the Neolithic Age

Did Ötzi have Swiss relatives? New information has emerged this week about an archaeological discovery in Switzerland that points to significant links between areas north and south of the Alps 5,000 years ago. The copper axe-head found in 2008 at Riedmatt, canton Zug [Credit: Kanton Zug]For years, archaeologists have been studying a copper axe blade found at the pile dwelling …Continue reading →

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2017 excavations at the Basilica di Sant’Antioco of Bisarcio in Ozieri, Sardinia

Findings that attest to the human presence since the 7th century BC have emerged in the archaeological area of Bisarcio (Sardinia), where in recent days the sixth excavation campaign led by the director of the Department of History of the University of Sassari Marco Milanese ended, as part of a long project involving the Municipality and Superintendence. La Nuova Sardegna …Continue reading →

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IN(3D)USTRY 2017 Report: RESHAPE 2017 awards ceremony

One of the most eagerly anticipated events at this year’s IN3DUSTRY expo in Barcelona was the awards ceremony for the Reshape 2017 contest. Following on from Reshape 2014: ‘’Digital Craft’’ and Reshape 2016: ‘’Wearable Technology’’, the theme this year was ‘’Programmable Skins.’’ Entrants were tasked with the design of next-generation wearable technology, focusing on new materialities and interactive relations. via …Continue reading →

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Small Business Savings Accounts Make a Lot of Cents

Too many small businesses owners don’t have a business savings account. Capital One’s Brian Smith and some successful entrepreneurs examine why it’s a must-have. via http://ift.tt/N4vBNq, http://ift.tt/2z4pItX

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