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Saturday, October 26, 2013
British haunter of abandoned places.
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An Archaeological Mystery
Trick or Treating
Scarecrows of Middletown, 2013
Harry Clarke Illustrates Edgar Allen Poe
Philosophy in the Wilderness
Halloween in Britain
Cat People and Bird People, Still Going at It
Orsolya Haarberg, Scotch Pines on the Island of Su...
A Real Christian Conservative
Today's Fact about North Korea
Alison Elizabeth Taylor
Metal Detecting in the Great Valley
Halloween Cookie Decorating
A "More Modest" Policy in the Middle East
Archaeology and History: Robin Fleming, Britain af...
The Future in a Vat of Yeast
Candles with Skeletons
Moves in Congress to Limit NSA Spying
An October Walk in Georgetown
Today's Place to Daydream About: Taurodant
Grasshopper Mouse vs. Bark Scorpion
The Y Chromosome of Sayyid Ajjal Shams al-Din Omar...
Four Generations of Photographing Shipwrecks: the ...
A Nervous System Half a Billion Years Old
Get thee behind me, Lord of Rebirthing and Fire Wa...
A Face from the Earth
A Teller of Tales
Long Rows of Posts at Prehistoric Temples
In Japan, Flight from Love and Sex
Person-Centered Design, or, the Pirate MRI
Archaeology in the Landscape
The Political is the Personal
Oostvaardersplassen: Rewilding in a Crowded Countr...
Big Problems in Big Science
Ode to his Wife
Be with me for a little
The Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer...
When We Sleep, Our Brains Clean Themselves
Albrecht Dürer, preliminary drawing for The Wise a...
The Dmanisi People
Americans Don't Move Much Any More
Forget the Shutdown
Spirit Bundles and Anglo-Saxon Graves
Saw it Coming
Don't Get Happy Yet
Simplifying Human Evolution
The President Defends Democracy
A New Kind of Archaeological Remote Sensing
Does Ted Cruz Have the 2016 Nomination Locked Up?
Dinosaurs at Auction
The Last Aristocrat: George H.W. Bush
Defeating Cancer's Defenses against the Immune Sys...
The Speaker Still Doesn't Have the Votes
Michael Gerson Speaks for the Nervous Majority
Stasis in American Politics
Living in Cities Makes Wild Animals Smarter
The Rutz Clovis Point is Up for Auction
Wealth across the US in 1870
Economic Change and Washington Gridlock
A Cremation Burial in Poland, 7th Century CE
Clay Orbs and the Origins of Writing
Why No Empires after Rome?
Genetics and Migration in Neolithic Europe
Rod Dreher Confronts his Election Choices
The Fourth-Century Britons of the Poundbury Cemete...
Atlas Moth, American Museum of Natural History
The Civil War Fighting Song of the 45th Pennsylvan...
Bryan Ward-Perkins, The Fall of Rome and the End o...
Solar Power as Cheap as Natural Gas
Even More Sophisticated Drug-Running Submarines
A Massacre and a Cursed Site in Fifth-Century Swed...
Mars Mission Science Fiction
Lidar at Stonehenge
The Shutdown Hits Antarctica
The Votive Church, Vienna
Orbicular Granite, Chile
Dutch Ships of the Seventeenth Century
Living in a Gray World
The Accidental Shutdown
Today's Cathedral: St. Stephen's, Vienna
Lies They Told Me in School
Some Business Roundtable Republicans Angry with th...
Dog Days in the Garden
Cavasback Ducks, Maryland, by Paul Bramble
Jenny Uglow, The Lunar Men
The Snowden Files
Sub Surfaces in Milan
What Republicans Believe
SHUTDOWN: Day Four
A New Pain Reliever from Centipede Venom
The Realm of the New: the Glowing Plant Project
Calcified Animals at the Lake of Death
Enjoying the Shutdown
Even the Post!
How about something cheerful?
RIP Tom Clancy
The Southern Strategy
Striking Images of Mars
Population Booms and Busts in the European Neolith...
Some Random Pictures of Philadelphia
Yale's New Colleges
The King of Idu
Richard II's Jewels
Richard Bram: Big Hair in Kentucky
SHUTDOWN: Day One
John Bedell is an archaeologist, historian, and father of five living in Maryland. He also maintains a web site for longer essays, bensozia.com.
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