Wednesday, May 25, 2022



Photogrammetric survey made of Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Researchers have created a digital image, an orthophoto, with very high resolution, metrically reliable and precise, of the entire floor of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Q&A: Dr. James Gerrard, Newcastle University

By the Medway Marsh, written by Dr. James Gerrard, senior lecturer in Roman Archaeology at Newcastle University's School of History, Classics, and Archaeology, and published by PCA.



Predictive model assesses potential hunter-gatherer landscapes

Computer modeling uses information from potential hunter-gatherer landscapes to estimate the archaeological potential of the land.
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Prehistoric parasites reveal Stonehenge feasting

The parasites are compatible with previous evidence for winter Stonehenge feasting on animals during building.


Excavation unearths 1500-year-old Roman mystery

The team also found Roman coins, pottery fragments, and animal bones, making this a 1500-year-old Roman mystery.

Analyzing peasant life in Roman Spain

An investigation by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) delves into peasant life in Roman Spain.

Melanie Giles book on bog bodies wins prize

Bog bodies are great archaeological finds because they are much more recognizable and tangibly human than skeletal or cremated remains.

New book: Origin–A Genetic History of the Americas

Raff’s book also explores how scientists arrived at current knowledge of the peopling of the Americas—research that has at times come at the expense of Indigenous communities.
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The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU), which was established in July 2017 to preserve and develop AlUla, a region of natural and cultural significance in northwest Saudi...
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