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Archaeological Periodical

Archaeology. Anthroplogy. BioAnthro. Osteology. Ceramics. Epigraphy.

jtotheizzoe:

This is what almost four billion years of human evolution looks like when it’s condensed down to ten seconds, thanks to the fine folks behind the original Cosmos.
From self-replicating bags of chemistry to billions of bacteria to crude multicellular blobs to tiny swimming monsters to clumsily creeping fish to fuzzy proto-mammals to weird, naked, two-legged apes … every cosmic blink holds a beautiful story.
If you’d like to retrace your steps along the path of time that ends with you, I recommend this awesome Wikipedia page.

jtotheizzoe:

This is what almost four billion years of human evolution looks like when it’s condensed down to ten seconds, thanks to the fine folks behind the original Cosmos.

From self-replicating bags of chemistry to billions of bacteria to crude multicellular blobs to tiny swimming monsters to clumsily creeping fish to fuzzy proto-mammals to weird, naked, two-legged apes … every cosmic blink holds a beautiful story.

If you’d like to retrace your steps along the path of time that ends with you, I recommend this awesome Wikipedia page.

(Source: dracarys-whovian)

So I just got an email from the head of archaeology at my top choice university for grad school…

saying that I’m going to be accepted!

I AM SO EXCITED I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS HELP I GUESS IM MOVING TO EUROPE

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Lost Underwater Lion City: Rediscovery of China’s ‘Atlantis

Qiandao Lake is a man-made lake located in Chun’an County, China, where archeologists have discovered in 2001 ruins of an underwater city. The city is at a depth of 26-40 meters and was named “Lion City”. There would have been 290,000 people living in this city during more than 1300 years.

(Source: asylum-art, via trexally)

catseamus:

Which is why I’m an archaeologist.

catseamus:

Which is why I’m an archaeologist.

whenyouworkatamuseum:

A dinosaur being delivered to the Boston Museum of Science. 1984 
(h/t to twitter.com/history_pics)

Eeeeee I work here now!

whenyouworkatamuseum:

A dinosaur being delivered to the Boston Museum of Science. 1984 

(h/t to twitter.com/history_pics)

Eeeeee I work here now!

(Source: whenyouworkatamuseum)

thebedofappetite:

Elongated skulls. Often confused with bound skulls. Binding the skulls at birth could not have achieved the more extreme elongated skulls.

I was just offered a position at the Museum of Science! GUYS IM GONNA GET A MUSEUM STAFF ID BADGE THIS IS EVERYTHING IVE EVER WANTED

 THE MORAL OF THIS STORY IS THAT EVEN IF YOU DONT GET A JOB RIGHT AFTER GRADUATION THATS OKAY BECAUSE THEN YOU WILL GET A JOB AND IT WILL BE BEAUTIFUL

Is anyone in Boston looking to hire an accomplished and beautiful recent graduate for a position in an archaeology field? I have got 8 months until grad school (hopefully) and am in need of some employment. 

Life is hard and money is hard and how do people survive in the real world?

I was featured on an archaeology blog a few weeks ago for my work with the AIA and budding research on Maya epigraphy! Thanks to Jeanne and Mostly Mammoths!

I’m designing famous archaeologist buttons for the AIA! Who doesn’t want a bunch of dead white men covering their messenger bag?

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