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Everclear Announce New Album Black Is The New Black

Art Alexakis Announces Upcoming Fall Solo Tour Songs & Stories, An Evening With Art Alexakis of Everclear Everclear has announced their new album, Black Is The New Black, set to release in Spring 2015.Fans can catch Art Alexakis, vocali...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Nov 4, 2014

In English: Interpretation of petroglyphs located in Galicia, Spain

A petroglyph, word formed by the combination of the Latin petrus (stone, in English) and the Greek graph (write, writing, in English), is the most correct way of referring to the engravings on stone brackets by prehistoric peoples and protohistoric o...

In English: Interpretation of petroglyphs located in Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain

A petroglyph, word formed by the combination of the Latin petrus (stone, in English) and the Greek graph (write, writing, in English), is the most correct way of referring to the engravings on stone brackets by prehistoric peoples and protohistoric o...

Top 5 Hikes: (1) Kakadu NP, Northern Territory, Australia

One thing ahead: If you visit Kakadu National Park only once, it should be in the dry season (roughly April to September). The wet season comes with lots and lots […]...
by Travelphilia on Apr 3, 2014

Zion’s Secret Petroglyph Canyon

There was a look of consternation on his face as he focused intently on his iPhone screen. I continued to babble off quotes about how amazing Angel’s Landing, The Narrows, Observation Point, and Hidden Canyon were. “I think we could squee...
by The Traveluster on Dec 19, 2013

Cabaret...

Because words like... Speakeasy, burlesque, bohemian, club soda, lounge, scotch, vaudeville make me smile and fill my soul with nothing but pure naught. And if you asked me to describe myself as a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by La Dulce Vida ~ The Sweet Life on Jun 29, 2013

A visit to Hästholmen a villa forensis in Östergötland, Sweden

I’ve been lazy when it comes to archaeology blogging lately, partly due to lots and lots of work. The other day I was asked to meet up with some folks from Jönköping County administrative board to tell a little on Hästholmen, as they were vi...
by Testimony of the spade on Jun 1, 2013

A visit to Hästholmen a villa forensis in Östergötland, Sweden

I’ve been lazy when it comes to archaeology blogging lately, partly due to lots and lots of work. The other day I was asked to meet up with some folks from Jönköping County administrative board to tell a little on Hästholmen, as they were vi...
by Testimony of the spade on Jun 1, 2013

Photoprint for Sale: Aboriginal Spritual Rock Art, Kakadu, Australia

This is an original photoprint from my personal collectionSize of image is 30cm x 46cm (12" x 18").Price is $NZ 50.00 inc. urban p. and p. in NZ.Please contact me at donovan@ihug.co.nz or 09 4159 701.© DON DONOVAN. donovan@ihug.co.nz  www. don-...
by Don Donovan's World on Mar 14, 2013

Ancient times along the Swedish east coast – An archaeological seminar in Blankaholm

As I check my back-log I see that I need to blog more about archaeology, but it seems that time just haven’t been there. During the coming weekend there will be time for archaeology though as it is time for the 5th annual archaeological seminar in...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 20, 2013

Ancient times along the Swedish east coast – An archaeological seminar in Blankaholm

As I check my back-log I see that I need to blog more about archaeology, but it seems that time just haven’t been there. During the coming weekend there will be time for archaeology though as it is time for the 5th annual archaeological seminar in...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 20, 2013

Nourlangie: An Amazing Australian Rock Art Site

Nourlangie Rock Art Site in Kakadu National Park is some of the most amazing rock art I've ever seen. And yet I don't understand most of it. Nor am I supposed to.

Rock Art of Chhatisgarh

Chhattisgarh a party of the ancient kingdom of ‘Kosal’ is a treasure trove on unimagined natural and cultural bounty. Besides its generally better known heritage of forest and mineral wealth, cascading waterfalls and rich tribal traditions, the a...
by India Travel Blog on Aug 9, 2012

Ancient Street Art in the Arctic

Walking along the paths, you'll see moose, reindeer, bears, wolves and fish, boats and hunters; in short, the kind of things our Stone Age forefathers were concerned with up here in the northern world. Ancient Street Art in the Arctic is a post from...
by Sophie's World on Jun 25, 2012

EASTERN MACDONNELLS

Our plan was to buy fuel at Gemtree at the end of the Plenty Highway then head directly down into the Eastern Macdonnell Ranges via the cattle water pass. Unfortunately, Gemtree was out of diesel so we had to continue on to Alice Springs then head ou...
by Splashingpaint on Jun 6, 2012

Rock-art-lollapalooza part 2: the Fossum site

Next stop on my Rock art lollapalooza in the UNESCO world Herritage site Tanum is Fossum. The rock art in Tanum is dated to the Bronze Age, ca 1500-1000 BC. Among the pictures are hunting scenes, people holding axes, people playing horns and of cours...
by Testimony of the spade on May 23, 2012

Radiohead – The King of Limbs Tour

Anyone who knows me, knows that Radiohead has to be one of my favourite bands. From albums such as “OK Computer” to “Kid A” they have truly ruled the world of Experimental Alternative Rock. Radiohead … Read More →...

Radiohead – King of Limbs Tour

Anyone who knows me, knows that Radiohead has to be one of my favourite bands.  From albums such as “OK Computer” to “Kid A” they have truly ruled the world of Experimental Alternative Rock. Radiohead is … Read More &...

Rock-art-lollapalooza part 1

 My fiancée, who also is an archaeologist, is currently participating in an archaeological dig at the Swedish west coast, at Tanum. Tanum is internationally known for its rock art sites, the Tanum UNESCO World Heritage site includes a multitude of...
by Testimony of the spade on May 12, 2012

Looking For Prehistoric Rock Art On The Nile

Given we had a felucca for three nights and — well, I could have sworn four days, but them’s the breaks, mustn’t grumble and the crew were perfect gentlemen, which...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Apr 19, 2012


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