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Beyond the Jordan: Moab and the Moabites
This is the 6th Annual Lecture on Biblical Archaeology. In this lecture, Dr. Dearman, professor of Old Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, will examine the land and people of ancient Moab, a people related to contemporary Israelites but fascinating in their own right. He will look briefly at the biblical texts, and then move on to the results of modern historical and archaeological research. UST Theology Department and The Friends of Archaeology are sponsoring this event. Speaker(s): J. Andrew Dearman, Ph.D. Date: March 20th, 2005 Location: Jones Hall Length: 54 mins
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3/8/2016 7:51:23 PM
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Celebrating Archaeology: An Engine of Ingenuity
This evening's Lecture will provide Dr. Lienhard's humane insights into the history of the arts, science, and technology, relating the past to the present, capturing the dynamics that have shaped the course of culture and human history, and illustrating how societal environment and human needs have conditioned the direction of technological invention. Speaker(s): Dr. John Lienhard Date: April 23, 2006 Location: Jones Hall Length: 42 mins
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6/13/2016 8:54:52 PM
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Finding the First American: Archaeology's 21st Century Challenge
For decades, a prehistoric culture called "Clovis" has been thought of as the archaeological leavings of the first people to inhabit the Americas some 12,000 years ago. Over the last few years, careful review of the archaeological evidence reveals severe flaws in the "Clovis First" theory. The resulting newly engaged debate rises in large measure from the Gault Clovis site in Central Texas with which Dr. Collins has been engaged for many years. The challenge is to develop a replacement.
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9/29/2016 5:17:21 PM
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New Evidence for Ritual at an Etruscan Sanctuary
The Etruscan site of Poggio Colla, about twenty miles north-east of Florence, has been excavated since 1995 as a joint project of SMU, Franklin and Marshall, and the University of Pennsylvania. Recent work has provided dramatic evidence for ritual at a hilltop sanctuary that spans most of Etruscan history, from the seventh to the second century BC. This evidence consists of a series of votive deposits that include bronzes, jewelry, and even architectural elements reused from an early temple.
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9/29/2016 5:46:17 PM
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The Persian War Shipwreck Survey
The survey is a joint project of the Greek Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities, led by Katerina Delaporta, the Canadian Archaeological Institute of Athens [which includes the A&M Institute of Nautical Archaeology and other institutional members], and the Hellenic Center for Marine Research. The goal of the project is to locate, map and record shipwrecks, their cargoes and related artifacts in areas where historical sources indicate that large fleets sank due to battles during the Persian War.
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9/29/2016 5:17:13 PM
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