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The Poor Man of Nippur – Babylonian language short film
I’m just giddy to present here, in its entirety, The Poor Man of Nippur—a 20-minute short film created by the University of Cambridge Department of Archaeology. It is the first feature produced in the Babylonian language, which has been extinct … Continue reading
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Aristotle’s tomb found?
Two thousand, three hundred and thirty-eight (-ish) years after his death, Aristotle’s final resting place might have been found. Greek archaeologists excavating in Stagira, Macedonia (Aristotle’s birthplace) have uncovered a semi-circular temple that, they believe, served as the philosopher’s funerary … Continue reading
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