Here is my weekly list of blog posts from Archaeology blogs/ blogs that focus on Archaeology. I have added a couple of more blogs to the list so some more new reading.
I am highlighting some of the other archeo-blogs out there by collecting all their posts from the previous week . Hopefully, you find some of the posts interesting and/or find a new blog to follow.
I took these posts from my now updated list of archaeology blogs (415+ and counting). There are a few blogs that should be in this list that are missing — hoping to fix that. Here are this weeks posts–
Words Escape Me.
Who Knew? International Archaeology Day, And I Wasn’t Invited!
The Heritage Alliance welcomes DCMS Announcement on the new English Heritage Model
Colchester Young Archaeologists’ Club: October meeting
Battle of Hastings: 14th October 1066
the Trust’s Council of Management: October meeting
5 steps for converting a minivan into the perfect archaeology vehicle
How can I help you further your career in cultural resource management archaeology
More news stories from the Sulawesi rock art
Fort Tanjong Katong, 10 years on
New Zealand tourist wanted for Bayon vandalism
In Vietnam for the Underwater Archaeology conference
Jerusalem – The Temple Mount
Jerusalem – The Temple Mount – A Carta guide book
Bones – Season 10, Episode 4 (Review)
design and antiquarians – 4
Quote of the Day
What will the UK do about the Parthenon Sculptures UNESCO mediation request
Kathy Lette’s views on the Parthenon Marbles
#243 Great Basin Anthropological Conference
The Landscape of the Chacoan World Is Being Lost to Hydraulic Fracturing
Enough with that word!
Audio News from Archaeologica, 5 October – 11 October 2014
A important workshop: “Emergency Measures for Archaeological Sites and Museum Collections in Times of Crisis” will be presented at the Annual Meeting.
A workshop that we recommend: “Thinking Outside the Box: Alternative Careers in Academia”
Flight 20141013 – Flying South
Flight 20141015 – The Longest Day?
Culture crime news 6 October–12 October 2014
Discovering Identity: Weavers and Figurine Makers?
Slavery in the Ancient Near East: Weaving Factories
Women and Weaving in the Ancient Near East
Episode 5 : Anarchism And Archaeology
A short Journey through Pressure Flaking (Dedicated to M.D.)
Of course they like beer. . . .
Back from the field
And speaking of vampires. . . .
Hallucinogenic Plants May Be Key to Decoding Ancient Southwestern Paintings, Expert Says
You Dug It Up, Now What? Conservation, Public Outreach, and Research of Archaeological Collections
A Celebration of World Archaeology for International Archaeology Day
Careworn objects seen at the Ribble Steam Railway
Landscape archaeology and me – a basic talk
Autumn Equinox 2014
Guides to Anglesey
3D Excavation Snapshot – St Piran’s Oratory in March 2014
That was input. Serious amounts of it.
Online stuff for your reading pleasure.
Autumn has come.
Sprang, more of it.
Even more sprang.
What Were The Dark Ages? – Ardi – Ur, Iran
Bone Quiz: Revisiting Germany
Guest Post: The Rise of BAJR Part III by David Connolly
Casting Clovis Artifacts
Area B Featured in LiveScience!
On to prehistory: the Ancient Places of Cyprus
Colorblindness and Beads
Taking the Plunge
Mutisalah Celtic Fusion Bracelet
October Pieces Of My Mind #1
Iron Age Celtic chariot fittings found in hillfort dig
Interpreting Archaeological Finds.
Amphipolis mosaic is abduction of Persephone
Generously retweet from fellow researchers and aficionados of ancient Greece and watch what happens!
Ceremonial Entrance to the Palace of Knossos, Late Minoan II (ca 1450 BCE) & Megaron of the Palace of Pylos (ca. 1300 BCE)
The Poverty Point World Heritage Site, a Louisiana First
A Lummi Reef Net Model
Reburial at Hagwilget: A Video
ASBC Victoria Public Talk: Tue. Oct. 21 – Darcy Matthews on Funerary Petroforms at Rocky Point
Crowd Flow at the Colosseum
Can Modern Pedestrians Learn from Pompeiian Crosswalks?
Ashes Underfoot: Human Remains and Public Memorialization
Yucca Fiber Skirt
Another way to create an elliptical 1/2 (or 1/4) plan
A little more about creating an elliptical plan
Mrs. Coucer Green and Other Great Old Photos
On the Long Road
Open Access Archaeology Digest #570
Open Access Archaeology Digest #571
Open Access Archaeology Digest #572
Open Access Archaeology Digest #573
Open Access Archaeology Digest #574
Open Access Archaeology Digest #575
Old Routes through Ross-shire: Luib, near Achnasheen, to Scardroy in Strathconon
Old routes through Ross-shire: Luib, near Achnasheen, to Scardroy in Strathconon
Let’s trust the viewer’s intelligence
The benefits of blogging
Pitfalls for new professional archaeology bloggers
Elkington’s Track, Burley Moor, West Yorkshire
Mapping with Pole Aerial Photography (PAP)
Fracking Made Personal
Reflections on the Bakken Tourist Itinerary
The Final Figure for Pyla-Koutsopetria Survey Volume
Memory and Place in Grand Forks
Friday Varia and Quick Hits
Kathleen Rollins: Discovering Ancient Explorers
Mary Travels with Kaye George
The Dumfriesshire Viking hoard: “an approachable stance towards engaging with detectorists”
Oxford Classics Endorses the Sappho Papyrus
The Bubon Caracalla at Fordham
Looting In Syria
Bettany Hughes on the Sappho Papyrus
Cultural Heritage Ethics: Between Theory and Practice
What happens when you frack with the past . . .
On Human Pair Bonding and Machine (specifically a Mercedes G-Wagen)
Archaeology finally hits the late night circuit thanks to my friend and colleague Bill Reitze at Petrified Forest
Occupy the Past! Wait, no never mind, don’t.
Zahi Hawass and the theory of deterrence
You really don’t want to be a bird in Hierapolis
Book Review — The Red Book of Primrose House
Old Photos of Irish Archaeological Sites from the British Royal Collection
A quick recap
Call for Contributions—Alaska Journal of Anthropology Recent Research Notes 2014
Winter course 2015
Neanderthals may have used projectile spears
Speaking with the Dead Exhibition: Chester Cathedral 20th-26th October 2014
Loose Canons?: Talley Abbey Explored
Embodying Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Fychan: Llandovery Castle Recreated
Looking Out: Angle’s War Memorial
The Sword Cycle
Has Nick Clegg become the latest supporter of a “short tunnel” at Stonehenge?
Another standing stone, same old story
A Prehistoric A-Z: The Coldrum Stones
The game’s up. English Heritage and the National Trust now support major damage at Stonehenge!
Review: Ingold, Lines: a brief history
BIU Newsplug about the Ackerman Fellows
More info on the Aramaean Workshop in Leipzig, next week
Fame and Fortune! Ackerman Fellowships in the Jewish Voice
The Future of War in the Middle East and the Future of Archaeology
Roman mosaics from the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid
Negotiating Mining Agreements—Yinjibarndi vs. Fortescue Metals Group
International Archaeology Day! Lowe Mill, 1-4 pm — AIA Talk! 7 pm Wilson Hall Theatre
Medieval Master Chef in Istanbul (Dan Stansbie)
Late Dorset Biface and Cover
Call for papers: CAA 2015 session “Formal approaches to visibility analysis in ancient architectural spaces and cultural landscapes”
“The whole is more than the sum of its parts”- Geospatial data integration, visualisation and analysis at the Roman site of Ammaia (Marvão, Portugal)
What Careers Need History?
NEWS: ‘Egypt’s Sunken Secrets’ exhibition to tour three European capitals
It’s the Audience Stupid: why academics suck at writing
Crowdsourcing Archaeology: An Interview with MicroPasts
In Conversation with Martin Cuthbert, Community Archaeologist
Why was this 13-year-old girl buried face down?
Resuscitating Rescue Archaeology
Five Reasons Why Our Ancestors Got Tattoos
Return to Dos Mangas pt. 1: Community
[Doodle] Blue Bin Day
A new Viking hoard from Scotland
Slipping Through the Crevices at Mound Bottom
I did report the allegation that Kurdish nationalists had burned the Ziya Gökalp Museum. But I did not accept it.
October News in Computational Archaeology
Happy Archaeology Day!
Decoloniality & The Digital: Confronting Techno-Seduction in the Digital Humanities
The Digital Bridge from History to Business
5 Trowel Blazers who have influenced my career
Apparitions and Archaeology: A Haunted Campus Tour
CAP and Punk Archaeology
It’s a Small World After All
New Morbid Terminology: Overburden
Specimen of the Week: Week 157 (an exciting rediscovery?)
Mystery Blob Sponge: It crawls! It creeps! It eats you alive!
Does a museum studies degree help you get a job in museums?
No poo in the sewers, please…
Unearthing South London: A place in the country
The story of London Tweed
Sherlock style: Q+A with artist Kasia Wozniak
Hidden London – Guess The Building
Sherlock Holmes launch party
1978: science & the great kite craze
AA79 is nearly ready to go to the printers…
AA – Online First!
What’s New with Ezra-Nehemiah
The 1954 Hague Convention at 60
The Current State of Ugaritic studies
The Dutch and the Ancient Near East
The Early Bronze Age I Site and Necropolis of Jebel al-Mutawwaq, Jordan
Lumpy Bumpy Pudding
Moanhenge 2: Goodbye Tarmac, Hello Obama
Arte-Factual: Tomb Raider 3: Apsaras, the Celestial Dancers of Hindu Myth
The Parthenon Marbles in the Louvre
Archäologische Kriegsverluste im Gaza-Streifen
Programmtip: Das geplünderte Erbe
HNR workshop Bochum
Call for papers CAA2015 in Siena
Some archaeological field observations from Groot Genhout (Limburg, the Netherlands).
Mummy coffin and OSU History of Art study
THE AMAZING NEWARK EARTHWORKS ON THE MENU AT THE SCIENCE CAFE
WORLD HERITAGE OHIO
ICE AGE SPEARPOINT COPIED WITH SPACE AGE TECHNOLOGY
Open Access Journal: The Biblical Annals
Open Access Journal: TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism
New Open Access Book: Israel and the Assyrians Deuteronomy the Succession Treaty of Esarhaddon and the Nature of Subversion, by C. L. Crouch
Les inscriptions grecques de Thespies Online
Open Access Journal: Antiguo Oriente: Cuadernos del Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente
Open Access MARC record set for online Metropolitan Museum of Art publications
Open Access Journal: Revue d’Histoire des Textes (RHT)
Open Access Journal: Exemplaria Classica
Open Access Journal: Spicae: Cahiers de l’Atelier Vincent de Beauvais
A Bibliography of Semitic Linguistics (1940-2012) By Gregorio del Olmo Lete
Open Access Journal: Oxford Faculty of Classics Newsletter
Open Access Publications of the Center for Hellenic Studies
Amanuensis V1.4.2: Amanuensis is a search tool for the juristic sources of Latin Antiquity
Open Access Journal: Studia Hermetica Journal
Open Access Journal: Bulletin de l’Association Pro Aventico
Publications de l’École française de Rome at OpenEdition Books
Open Access Journal: EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics
That is not a stegosaurus
Useful tip on how to sharpen a 3D still in Photoshop!
Shefford 2014 Higher Education Field Academy (HEFA)