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  • The other day my guard used to be an ex geography teacher, before that my guard had a degree in archaelogy.

    The Direct approach

  • They were immersed in original manuscripts, the Dead Sea Scrolls and archaelogy findings unearthed since research behind the current text, published in 1970.

    Bishops boot 'booty' from revised Bible

  • In the 84 listed featured articles on "art, architecture and archaelogy," there are only 3 immediately-identifiable female-oriented feature articles, and one of these is "Lisa del Giocondo," i.e., the female who sat for the "Mona Lisa."

    September 2009

  • Chemistry and the low energy geometries of water clusters in the Journal of Physical Chemistry; Hamilton orchestra principal flutist and piccolo player; field assistant for a geology expedition in Namibia; teaching assistant in geology and archaelogy departments; resident assistant; Hamilton

    College Academic All-Stars already changing the world

  • Beyond that, there is an intimate relationship between Judeo-Christian theology and Holy Land archaelogy, so it is common for those with relevant expertise to be within departments of religion, and the connectedness to the three monotheistic religions, as well as the secular and very partisan politics, is part of the problem when seeking objectivity.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Outrageous, If True:

  • ABC News on the history and archaelogy of Jamestown.

    Jamestown

  • I'm thinking of doing some archaelogy through the old posts, as I did in '04 with "How Kerry lost me."

    "It's apparently endorsement season in the blogosphere."

  • It also shifts the investigation - as evidenced by archaelogy, SETI, homicide and arson investigations.

    The Memory Hole

  • The proper scientific disciplines for the study of qualitative materials such as religion are: anthropology, ethnology, folklore, archaelogy, musicology, etc.

    Mirabile dictu ...

  • The flaw here has already been pointed out - forensics, archaelogy, and zoology can recognize the designs of known, natural designers.

    ID? It's all OUR Fault! - The Panda's Thumb

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