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- 5,000-Year-Old Fingerprint Found on Pottery Shard Unearthed in Scotland
The Ness of Brodgar is home to a massive complex of Neolithic buildings
Smithsonian. Tuesday, 27 Apr 2021.
- Pottery Shard May Be 'Missing Link' in the Alphabet's Development
An inscription found on a 3,500-year-old vessel suggests that a standardized script arrived in Canaan earlier than previously thought
Smithsonian. Friday, 16 Apr 2021.
- Archaeologists find 'missing link' in early alphabet
Researchers report a newly discovered Late Bronze Age alphabetic inscription on pottery
taken from Tel Lachish, Israel.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 15 Apr 2021.
- Famed Egyptian archaeologist reveals details of 3,000-year-old lost city
City walls and even rooms filled with ovens, storage pottery
and utensils used in daily life are said to be present.
CBS News. Saturday, 10 Apr 2021.
- Retail catalogs make a comeback in digital age
Retail companies are bringing back printed catalogs, and many are resembling lifestyle magazines. For companies like Pottery
Barn, data mining guides the designs. ...
CBS News. Thursday, 1 Apr 2021.
- Burrowing rabbits dig up 9,000-year-old tools and Bronze Age pottery on Welsh island
Wardens on Skokholm, a bird sanctuary in the Celtic Sea, found a smooth stone tool dug up by rabbits near their cottage. Used to skin seals and open shellfish, the 'bevelled pebble' dates to the Late Mesolithic.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021.
- Extreme Mudlarking: How London Fortune Hunters Unearth Thames Treasures
London's mudlarks hunt for treasures in the River Thames's tidal sands, finding everything from Roman pottery
to human bones.
Mental Floss. Tuesday, 23 Mar 2021.
- Evidence St Kilda was inhabited 2,000 years ago
Archaeologists have uncovered pieces of pottery
dating from the Iron Age on the archipelago's main island.
BBC News. Tuesday, 9 Feb 2021.
- Claytime: Ancient Serbian Pottery Technique Brings Coveted UNESCO Status
A small village in Serbia has been making pottery
the same way for over 400 years. Now it's been recognized as part of the world's "intangible heritage."
Radio Liberty. Tuesday, 12 Jan 2021.
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