Archaeology (October 2015)

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ARCHAEOLOGY journal brings the traditional global to life.

ARCHAEOLOGY journal bargains readers incisive reporting, bright storytelling, compelling images – and the newest information from around the world – all dedicated to exploring the world’s historical earlier. even if reporting from a dive on an Arctic shipwreck, hiking via Afghanistan, or digging simply underneath Beirut, ARCHAEOLOGY’s editors and writers deliver readers the technology, and the magic, of archaeological discovery.

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The archaeologists have found evidence that this susĥ tained state of war was so traumatic that it led the residents of Nunalleq to alter the traditional layout of their village. XVNRNZLP Delta today, a period of global cooling known as the Little Ice Age put the area under pressure from around 1400 through 1750, overlapping with most of the time when Nunalleq was inhabited. QHFKW³6RPH foods may have been harder to get, and the normal hunting 30 Wooden masks such as this one with both human and wolf characteristics (left) were used as part of an annual winter dancing ritual and were usually broken (below) or destroyed afterward.

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The Domus Aurea, a country villa in the urban heart of the empire, is an original experiment to integrate the city and nature,” she says. “It represents an attempt to import the refined architecture of Alexandria to Rome, and to give the city the appearance of a lavish eastern capital, which it would take on in the following centuries. We are experimenting with ways to revive Severus and Celer’s intentions, and to recover the lost relationship between the green of the Oppian Hill and the architecture within it.

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