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    Default The coldest case

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/03/2...chaeology.html

    As a child, one of my favorite books was "The Man in the Ice". Two decades later, the slowly unfolding story of Ötzi continues to fill my life with mystery and wonder
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    This was a great read. And a good reminder of how much happened before even the most pre-modern of record keeping. The world was both totally open and closed at the same time.

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    This has been an extremely exciting year for archeology so I thought I'd start sharing links to stories about new discoveries in the field here. Beginning with some shocking fake news:

    https://theconversation.com/buried-t...00-years-81021
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    I obviously completely forgot this thread, but here's some awesome LIDAR news: https://www.washingtonpost.com/ampht...-civilization/
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    This supports the Maya-as-Wakanda theory

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