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And for those who couldn't understand how jumpers work, there were homemade @qualitystreetuki site cabin decorations.... ⠀
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Rock formations in the historic county of Al-Ula in northwest Saudia Arabia. The region is preparing to host its first-ever winter music and cultural festival from next week with the dynamic landscape featuring as the backdrop for performances by big hitting names including Yanni and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.
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Rock formations in the historic county of Al-Ula in northwest Saudia Arabia. The region is preparing to host its first-ever winter music and cultural festival from next week with the dynamic landscape featuring as the backdrop for performances by big hitting names including Yanni and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. . . . #archaeology  #desert  #rockformations  #traveller 
#ShabbatShalom from the #Negev. We wish you a restful weekend. #JewishLife #StudyAbroad #FutureOfIsrael #Archaeology
• late eighteenth-century natural fiber rope bundle, from an early plantation in tremé - x-ray imaging was inconclusive for any metal objects (swipe right), but it’s highly likely that this bundle contains organic materials and medicines prepared by enslaved people living on the plantation. small ritual bundles have been found in a number of archaeological contexts associated with enslaved people, and early african-americans believed that binding together medicinal ingredients would increase their efficacy - this is one of my favorite finds from this past season, hands down •
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• late eighteenth-century natural fiber rope bundle, from an early plantation in tremé - x-ray imaging was inconclusive for any metal objects (swipe right), but it’s highly likely that this bundle contains organic materials and medicines prepared by enslaved people living on the plantation. small ritual bundles have been found in a number of archaeological contexts associated with enslaved people, and early african-americans believed that binding together medicinal ingredients would increase their efficacy - this is one of my favorite finds from this past season, hands down • - - - #ritual  #spirituality  #creole  #medicine  #historyofmedicine  #folkreligion  #syncretism  #voodoo  #plantation  #africanamericanhistory  #archaeology  #historicalarchaeology  #healing  #materialculture  #nola  #itsyournola  #followyournola  #onetimeinnola  #digdatnola  #neworleans 
EARLIEST CONFIRMED SET OF HUMAN TWINS ON RECORD. A skeleton exhumed from a Neolithic graveyard in Siberia was thought to be one of the oldest archaeologically documented examples of death during childbirth. But when Dr. Angela Lieverse, a bio-archaeologist from the University of Saskatchewan, examined the 7,700-year-old remains, she found an additional set of bones of two full-term babies. The position of the bones suggest that one baby was breech and was in the process of being born when death occurred. The twins may have been locked together, or one might have had its head trapped in the birth canal. As a result, "all three individuals appear to have died together from complications associated with childbirth," the researchers wrote. The woman was likely unaware she was carrying twins. It's the oldest example of death by “dystocia," (obstructed labor) and the earliest known example of twins on the archaeological record. Info/Photo: CBC/Vladimir Bazaliskii. #archaeology #bioarcheology #archeologist #excavation #humanbones #humanremains #histmed #histsci #TIL #bones
EARLIEST CONFIRMED SET OF HUMAN TWINS ON RECORD. A skeleton exhumed from a Neolithic graveyard in Siberia was thought to be one of the oldest archaeologically documented examples of death during childbirth. But when Dr. Angela Lieverse, a bio-archaeologist from the University of Saskatchewan, examined the 7,700-year-old remains, she found an additional set of bones of two full-term babies. The position of the bones suggest that one baby was breech and was in the process of being born when death occurred. The twins may have been locked together, or one might have had its head trapped in the birth canal. As a result, "all three individuals appear to have died together from complications associated with childbirth," the researchers wrote. The woman was likely unaware she was carrying twins. It's the oldest example of death by “dystocia," (obstructed labor) and the earliest known example of twins on the archaeological record. Info/Photo: CBC/Vladimir Bazaliskii. #archaeology  #bioarcheology  #archeologist  #excavation  #humanbones  #humanremains  #histmed  #histsci  #TIL  #bones 
@Regran_ed from @greece_and_rome -  Colosseum, Rome.
Also called Flavian Amphitheatre, the construction of the Colosseum was begun sometime between 70 and 72 ce during the reign of Vespasian. It is located just east of the Palatine Hill, on the grounds of what was Nero’s Golden House. The structure was officially dedicated in 80 ce by Titus in a ceremony that included 100 days of games. Later, in 82 ce, Domitian completed the work by adding the uppermost section and it could probably contain 50,000 spectators.
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Colosseo, Roma.
Chiamato anche Anfiteatro Flavio, la costruzione del Colosseo fu iniziata tra il 70 e il 72 d.C durante il regno di Vespasiano. Si trova appena ad est del Palatino, sul terreno di quella che era la Domus Aurea di Nerone. La struttura fu ufficialmente dedicata da Tito nell'80 in una cerimonia che includeva 100 giorni di giochi. Più tardi, nell'82, Domiziano completò il lavoro aggiungendo la sezione più alta e poteva probabilmente contenere 50'000 spettatori.
📷 Photo by @jessoscar13
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@Regran_ed from @greece_and_rome - Colosseum, Rome. Also called Flavian Amphitheatre, the construction of the Colosseum was begun sometime between 70 and 72 ce during the reign of Vespasian. It is located just east of the Palatine Hill, on the grounds of what was Nero’s Golden House. The structure was officially dedicated in 80 ce by Titus in a ceremony that included 100 days of games. Later, in 82 ce, Domitian completed the work by adding the uppermost section and it could probably contain 50,000 spectators. 🔹 Colosseo, Roma. Chiamato anche Anfiteatro Flavio, la costruzione del Colosseo fu iniziata tra il 70 e il 72 d.C durante il regno di Vespasiano. Si trova appena ad est del Palatino, sul terreno di quella che era la Domus Aurea di Nerone. La struttura fu ufficialmente dedicata da Tito nell'80 in una cerimonia che includeva 100 giorni di giochi. Più tardi, nell'82, Domiziano completò il lavoro aggiungendo la sezione più alta e poteva probabilmente contenere 50'000 spettatori. 📷 Photo by @jessoscar13 👉 Tag #greeceandrome  #greece_and_rome  🔹 🔸 🔹 🔸 🔹 #ancient #ancientarchitecture #architecture #archaeology #history #ancientrome #ancientgreece #greece #rome #picoftheday #followme #art #photooftheday #photography #natgeotravel #natgeo #culture #sculpture #travel #ruins #discovery #ceramic #painture #monument #beniculturali30 #colosseo #colosseum 
Este paño cuadrangular fue elaborado en algodón de color marrón. Presenta diseños geométricos con 11 formas de escalonados con volutas y 2 cruces tipo chakana, además dos símbolos con forma de la letra “S”. Esta pieza dataría del Intermedio tardío (1000-1476 d.C.) y presenta un estilo Chincha-Ica. Llegó a la colección del museo a través del Proyecto Arqueológico Villa el Salvador. **** This square cloth was made of brown cotton. It displays several geometric designs with 11 steps ending in curls, 2 Chakana crosses (South Cross stars), and 2 'S' shapes. This textile dates back to the Regional States period (1000-1476 B.C.E.) and is made in a Chincha-Ica style. It entered the collection through the Villa el Salvador Archaeological Project.
Este paño cuadrangular fue elaborado en algodón de color marrón. Presenta diseños geométricos con 11 formas de escalonados con volutas y 2 cruces tipo chakana, además dos símbolos con forma de la letra “S”. Esta pieza dataría del Intermedio tardío (1000-1476 d.C.) y presenta un estilo Chincha-Ica. Llegó a la colección del museo a través del Proyecto Arqueológico Villa el Salvador. **** This square cloth was made of brown cotton. It displays several geometric designs with 11 steps ending in curls, 2 Chakana crosses (South Cross stars), and 2 'S' shapes. This textile dates back to the Regional States period (1000-1476 B.C.E.) and is made in a Chincha-Ica style. It entered the collection through the Villa el Salvador Archaeological Project.
[English below ⤵️] Mi amor por las cosas "viejas" es bien conocido, solo hay que ver lo a gusto que estoy en esa standing stone en Fife (me temo que esta tampoco funciona, fans de Outlander!!). Ese amor me ha llevado a dedicarme a la historia y la arqueología peeeero también a ser una urraquilla de las cosas de segunda mano 😁
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¡Tenéis ya en el canal de Youtube el último vídeo de este 2018 y viene cargado de tesorillos que he ido encontrando en las charities durante mi vida en Escocia! Espero que lo disfrutéis 😘😘
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[English ↪️] I just love old things! Check out how comfortable I am standing on that standing stone in Fife 😉 That's why I studied History & Archaeology! ❤️ But that's too why I am crazy about second hand bargains 😂 If you can understand a bit of Spanish maybe you'll enjoy my last Youtube video (I promise subtitles will come on 2019 ☺️) 🗿
#archaeology #scotland #escocia #arqueología #stonecircle #outlander #fife #welcometofife #visitscotland #lovegreatbritain #history #old #ancient #photooftheday #sheisnotlost #wearetravelgirls #igtravel #instagood #viajeros #europa #historia #viajaresvivir
[English below ⤵️] Mi amor por las cosas "viejas" es bien conocido, solo hay que ver lo a gusto que estoy en esa standing stone en Fife (me temo que esta tampoco funciona, fans de Outlander!!). Ese amor me ha llevado a dedicarme a la historia y la arqueología peeeero también a ser una urraquilla de las cosas de segunda mano 😁 🗿 ¡Tenéis ya en el canal de Youtube el último vídeo de este 2018 y viene cargado de tesorillos que he ido encontrando en las charities durante mi vida en Escocia! Espero que lo disfrutéis 😘😘 🗿 [English ↪️] I just love old things! Check out how comfortable I am standing on that standing stone in Fife 😉 That's why I studied History & Archaeology! ❤️ But that's too why I am crazy about second hand bargains 😂 If you can understand a bit of Spanish maybe you'll enjoy my last Youtube video (I promise subtitles will come on 2019 ☺️) 🗿 #archaeology  #scotland  #escocia  #arqueología  #stonecircle  #outlander  #fife  #welcometofife  #visitscotland  #lovegreatbritain  #history  #old  #ancient  #photooftheday  #sheisnotlost  #wearetravelgirls  #igtravel  #instagood  #viajeros  #europa  #historia  #viajaresvivir 
Kannikegården, Ribe, Denmark

Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects. 
Photography Anders Sune Berg

#modernarchitecture #architecture #arcitecturephotography #ribe #Denmark #oak #theatre #exhibition #landmark #archaeology #ruins #medievil #brick #red #monolithic #ochre #historical #earth #contemporary  #glass #staircase
Did we save the best 'til last...? You decide 🙃⠀
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Cirencester's Post-excavation, Finds and Archives team - serious glasses, jumpers and headwear talent... 😁⠀
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#ChristmasJumperDay #Christmas #Archaeology #BritishArchaeology @savechildrenuk 🦌🎄🎅🌟☃️
House of Stark or Lannisters? It's House of Theseus from 3-4 century.
€2.50 entry for the entire park... Absolute steal for about 3 hours of informative meandering through historical ruins just by the harbour. .
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Columbia County Historical Society is opening up our 'Floral Motif' show amidst tonight's Candlelight Night in Kinderhook village. I'm super happy with my first exhibition!! Just a few months ago I never thought I'd get this opportunity so quick out of college, thanks to those who believed and pushed me to make my dreams come true. "The rose is concealed among her leaves, but she listens with delight to the song of the nightingale." - Washington Irving, Legend of the Three Beautiful Princesses
#historicaldresses #history #upstatenewyork #archaeology #floralhats #flowers #teaset #photography #painting
Columbia County Historical Society is opening up our 'Floral Motif' show amidst tonight's Candlelight Night in Kinderhook village. I'm super happy with my first exhibition!! Just a few months ago I never thought I'd get this opportunity so quick out of college, thanks to those who believed and pushed me to make my dreams come true. "The rose is concealed among her leaves, but she listens with delight to the song of the nightingale." - Washington Irving, Legend of the Three Beautiful Princesses #historicaldresses  #history  #upstatenewyork  #archaeology  #floralhats  #flowers  #teaset  #photography  #painting 
Colosseum, Rome.
Also called Flavian Amphitheatre, the construction of the Colosseum was begun sometime between 70 and 72 ce during the reign of Vespasian. It is located just east of the Palatine Hill, on the grounds of what was Nero’s Golden House. The structure was officially dedicated in 80 ce by Titus in a ceremony that included 100 days of games. Later, in 82 ce, Domitian completed the work by adding the uppermost section and it could probably contain 50,000 spectators.
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Colosseo, Roma.
Chiamato anche Anfiteatro Flavio, la costruzione del Colosseo fu iniziata tra il 70 e il 72 d.C durante il regno di Vespasiano. Si trova appena ad est del Palatino, sul terreno di quella che era la Domus Aurea di Nerone. La struttura fu ufficialmente dedicata da Tito nell'80 in una cerimonia che includeva 100 giorni di giochi. Più tardi, nell'82, Domiziano completò il lavoro aggiungendo la sezione più alta e poteva probabilmente contenere 50'000 spettatori.
📷 Photo by @jessoscar13
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Colosseum, Rome. Also called Flavian Amphitheatre, the construction of the Colosseum was begun sometime between 70 and 72 ce during the reign of Vespasian. It is located just east of the Palatine Hill, on the grounds of what was Nero’s Golden House. The structure was officially dedicated in 80 ce by Titus in a ceremony that included 100 days of games. Later, in 82 ce, Domitian completed the work by adding the uppermost section and it could probably contain 50,000 spectators. 🔹 Colosseo, Roma. Chiamato anche Anfiteatro Flavio, la costruzione del Colosseo fu iniziata tra il 70 e il 72 d.C durante il regno di Vespasiano. Si trova appena ad est del Palatino, sul terreno di quella che era la Domus Aurea di Nerone. La struttura fu ufficialmente dedicata da Tito nell'80 in una cerimonia che includeva 100 giorni di giochi. Più tardi, nell'82, Domiziano completò il lavoro aggiungendo la sezione più alta e poteva probabilmente contenere 50'000 spettatori. 📷 Photo by @jessoscar13 👉 Tag #greeceandrome  #greece_and_rome  🔹 🔸 🔹 🔸 🔹 #ancient #ancientarchitecture #architecture #archaeology #history #ancientrome #ancientgreece #greece #rome #picoftheday #followme #art #photooftheday #photography #natgeotravel #natgeo #culture #sculpture #travel #ruins #discovery #ceramic #painture #monument #beniculturali30 #colosseo #colosseum 
Photo shooting at Royal Tombs of Ur 📷⚰🏛
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#professionearcheologo #archeologia #archaeology #archaeologist #archaeological #ur #mesopotamia #royaltombs #tombs #iraq #iraqarchaeology #iraqiarchaeology #archeolife #ancienthistory #ancientruins #heritage #unesco
Some recent bronze finds - bits and pieces. Mostly Roman age, some early medieval. Some even hardly identifiable. Nothing super fancy, but I guess it helps to paint a better picture about human activity on this site. I borrowed the photograph composition from good friend @zdeneksamal 🙂 Check out his profile, because he has detecting skills and archaeology knowledge and that's not so common. #bronze #roman #romanage #fibula #fibulae #fragments #tool #instrument #medieval #earring #ceramics #pottery #antique #history #metaldetecting #exploration #expedition #archaeology #digging #minelab #equinox #minelabequinox #xpdeus
Some recent bronze finds - bits and pieces. Mostly Roman age, some early medieval. Some even hardly identifiable. Nothing super fancy, but I guess it helps to paint a better picture about human activity on this site. I borrowed the photograph composition from good friend @zdeneksamal 🙂 Check out his profile, because he has detecting skills and archaeology knowledge and that's not so common. #bronze  #roman  #romanage  #fibula  #fibulae  #fragments  #tool  #instrument  #medieval  #earring  #ceramics  #pottery  #antique  #history  #metaldetecting  #exploration  #expedition  #archaeology  #digging  #minelab  #equinox  #minelabequinox  #xpdeus 
Well, they were not kidding when they said they were tearing down the building where my beloved #art #studio was. Make way for cube smart self storage. But today I am moving into a new studio! Stay tuned. #likethebackofmyhand #checkoutthissculpture #archaeology #handsculpture
Photo by @simonnorfolkstudio | A view of the Sasso Barisano district in Matera in Italy's Basilicata region. Known as la Città Sotterranea (the subterranean city), the city is centered on the Sassi di Matera ("Stones of Matera"). The Sassi caves originate from a prehistoric troglodyte settlement, and may constitute some of the first human settlements in Italy. Indeed, Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses of their ancestors of 9,000 years ago. Miserably poor throughout the centuries, and a burden on the national psyche, the Sassi were forcibly cleared in the 1950s, but in recent years have seen the return of tourists, boutique hotels, and Hollywood film crews. Matera is European Capital of Culture for 2019. Follow me @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material on this and future projects. #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolk #worldmonuments #archaeology
Photo by @simonnorfolkstudio | A view of the Sasso Barisano district in Matera in Italy's Basilicata region. Known as la Città Sotterranea (the subterranean city), the city is centered on the Sassi di Matera ("Stones of Matera"). The Sassi caves originate from a prehistoric troglodyte settlement, and may constitute some of the first human settlements in Italy. Indeed, Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses of their ancestors of 9,000 years ago. Miserably poor throughout the centuries, and a burden on the national psyche, the Sassi were forcibly cleared in the 1950s, but in recent years have seen the return of tourists, boutique hotels, and Hollywood film crews. Matera is European Capital of Culture for 2019. Follow me @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material on this and future projects. #photojournalism  #documentaryphotography  #simonnorfolk  #worldmonuments  #archaeology 
#arkeofili Yeni Dünya'nın bilinen en eski haritası. Devekuşu yumurtasına oyulmuş. 1500lü yılların başına tarihlendiriliyor. Belçikalı bir harita koleksiyoneri tarafından keşfedildi.

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Oldest-known map of the New World, dated to early 1500s, carved onto ostrich egg. Discovered by a Belgian map collector. 
#arkeofili #arkeoloji #archaeology #map #newworld #america
#arkeofili  Yeni Dünya'nın bilinen en eski haritası. Devekuşu yumurtasına oyulmuş. 1500lü yılların başına tarihlendiriliyor. Belçikalı bir harita koleksiyoneri tarafından keşfedildi. _______________ Oldest-known map of the New World, dated to early 1500s, carved onto ostrich egg. Discovered by a Belgian map collector. #arkeofili  #arkeoloji  #archaeology  #map  #newworld  #america 
RESEARCH | Above-ground tomb with an opening that would have facilitated access to the dead.
Bongers’s dissertation explores the relationship between mortuary practice and imperial conquest in the Chincha Valley of Peru. Middle Chincha Valley, Peru.
#andeanlab #andes #andeanstudies #cotseninstituteofarchaeology #precolumbian #digging #fieldwork #excavation #phdlife #archaeology #funerary #inca #ancientamerica
#flashbackfriday: me cleaning up some steps on the architecture at Rempel Group, whilst working with the #mayaresearchprogram in Blue Creek, Belize. 2011 or 2012. #archaeology #fieldwork #excavation #maya #mayaarchaeology #mesoamerica #centralamerica #jungle #shovelbum
This head, which depicts Akhenaten wearing the khat headdress, once formed part of a colossal statue which would have stood 10 metres tall. This colossus was one of several found in 1925 just east of the Temple of Amun at Karnak. It was on this site that Akhenaten built the Gempaaten Temple which was dedicated to the sun-god Aten. Akhenaten is certainly one of the most controversial figures from ancient Egypt, but he is a person I find fascinating! I would love to hear your opinions about Akhenaten! #egyptology #archaeology #ancientegypt #hieroglyphs #hieroglyphics #akhenaten #karnak #egypt #amarna #aten
This head, which depicts Akhenaten wearing the khat headdress, once formed part of a colossal statue which would have stood 10 metres tall. This colossus was one of several found in 1925 just east of the Temple of Amun at Karnak. It was on this site that Akhenaten built the Gempaaten Temple which was dedicated to the sun-god Aten. Akhenaten is certainly one of the most controversial figures from ancient Egypt, but he is a person I find fascinating! I would love to hear your opinions about Akhenaten! #egyptology  #archaeology  #ancientegypt  #hieroglyphs  #hieroglyphics  #akhenaten  #karnak  #egypt  #amarna  #aten 
last post guys. hope they get this whole plate next time. ✌️
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#digunh #archaeology #plate #fun #final #peace #community #communityoutreach
Оружейная пятница в инстаграме НМ. Сегодня на территории Нарвского замка было найдено несклько десятков гильз от патронов к винтовке Мосина. Гильзы с маркировкой 17 39 произведены в Подольске в 1939г, а с маркировкой VPT 39 - в Финляндии в 1939г.
Relva-reede NM instagramis. Täna Narva Linnuse territooriumil oli leitud mitukümmend Mosini vintpüssi padrunihülsse. 17 39 markeeringuga hülssid olid valmistatud 1939.a Podolskis, VPT 39 markeeringuga - 1939.a Soomes.
#narva #нарва #narvamuuseum #narvamuseum #нарвскиймузей #narvalinnus #нарвскийзамок #археология #arheoloogia #archaeology #tulirelvad #firearms #огнестрельноеоружие #Мосин #Mosin #винтовкамосина #амуниция #amunition #гильза #подольск #podolsk #soome #finland #финляндия #1939
Оружейная пятница в инстаграме НМ. Сегодня на территории Нарвского замка было найдено несклько десятков гильз от патронов к винтовке Мосина. Гильзы с маркировкой 17 39 произведены в Подольске в 1939г, а с маркировкой VPT 39 - в Финляндии в 1939г. Relva-reede NM instagramis. Täna Narva Linnuse territooriumil oli leitud mitukümmend Mosini vintpüssi padrunihülsse. 17 39 markeeringuga hülssid olid valmistatud 1939.a Podolskis, VPT 39 markeeringuga - 1939.a Soomes. #narva  #нарва  #narvamuuseum  #narvamuseum  #нарвскиймузей  #narvalinnus  #нарвскийзамок  #археология  #arheoloogia  #archaeology  #tulirelvad  #firearms  #огнестрельноеоружие  #Мосин  #Mosin  #винтовкамосина  #амуниция  #amunition  #гильза  #подольск  #podolsk  #soome  #finland  #финляндия  #1939 
It’s been an interesting and educational day at the Rekem cemetery of the insane with Archaeology Explorer. Make sure to follow him on instagram and facebook to keep yourself updated with this project and the next ones! A video will soon appear on youtube so why not subscribe to him as well. Thanks for having me David! #rekem #cemeteryoftheinsane #archaeoxplorer #archaeology
It’s been an interesting and educational day at the Rekem cemetery of the insane with Archaeology Explorer. Make sure to follow him on instagram and facebook to keep yourself updated with this project and the next ones! A video will soon appear on youtube so why not subscribe to him as well. Thanks for having me David! #rekem  #cemeteryoftheinsane  #archaeoxplorer  #archaeology 
Scavi archeologici di Nora 🏺
Scavi archeologici di Nora 🏺
19-24 Ocak 2019 tarihlerinde Güneydoğu Anadolu'dayız. Gelin Anadolu'yu birlikte keşfedelim.
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Halfeti
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#odtuart #odtuarkeolojitoplulugu #anadolu #arkeoloji #tarih #archaeology #history #museum #müze #turkey #ancient #ancientcity #architecture #prehistory #trip #travel #travelgram
19-24 Ocak 2019 tarihlerinde Güneydoğu Anadolu'dayız. Gelin Anadolu'yu birlikte keşfedelim. Gezi Programımız: 1. Gün Yesemek Açık Hava Müzesi Dülük Antik Kenti Zeugma Mozaik Müzesi Gaziantep Arkeoloji Müzesi Konaklama (Gaziantep) 2. Gün Halfeti Zeugma Antik Kenti Konaklama (Şanlıurfa) 3. Gün Şanlıurfa Arkeoloji Müzesi Göbeklitepe Harran Konaklama (Mardin) 4. Gün Kasımiye Medresesi Eski Mardin Deyrülzafaran Manastırı Dara Antik Kenti Geziye katılmak isterseniz 0533 355 27 96 ve 0552 226 60 96 ile iletişime geçebilirsiniz. . . . . #odtuart  #odtuarkeolojitoplulugu  #anadolu  #arkeoloji  #tarih  #archaeology  #history  #museum  #müze  #turkey  #ancient  #ancientcity  #architecture  #prehistory  #trip  #travel  #travelgram 
Trish, Alli and Sarah - these lovely ladies are representing Admin and HR at our #Cirencester office, supporting @SaveChildrenUK on #ChristmasJumperDay! 😊⠀
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#Christmas #ChristmasJumpers #Archaeology #BritishArchaeology #Beauties
Fiz um passo a passo de como eu chego do esboço inicial de uma ilustração até sua versão final colorida digitalmente: 1. Esboço rápido do que será a cena final; 2. Blocagem das cores a partir da paleta de cores definida; 3. Acertando os detalhes e, por último 4. A imagem final, após alguns ajustes de proporção e adição de alguns efeitos de iluminação. O modelo escolhido é ele, claro, meu menino do sambaqui, Fir. Baseado na fotografia de Charlie Hamilton James. Arrasta para o lado para ver o processo.
#digitalpainting #sambaqui #archaeology #fantasyillustration
Fiz um passo a passo de como eu chego do esboço inicial de uma ilustração até sua versão final colorida digitalmente: 1. Esboço rápido do que será a cena final; 2. Blocagem das cores a partir da paleta de cores definida; 3. Acertando os detalhes e, por último 4. A imagem final, após alguns ajustes de proporção e adição de alguns efeitos de iluminação. O modelo escolhido é ele, claro, meu menino do sambaqui, Fir. Baseado na fotografia de Charlie Hamilton James. Arrasta para o lado para ver o processo. #digitalpainting  #sambaqui  #archaeology  #fantasyillustration 
Antik Yunan şairi Sappho’nun mermer büstü.

Smyrna (İzmir), Türkiye. Roma Dönemi. Helenistik Döneme ait orijinalinin kopyası. 
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Marble bust of the ancient Greek poet Sappho.

From Smyrna (İzmir), Turkey. Roman period. Copy after Hellenistic original. 
#arkeofili #arkeoloji #archaeology #sappho #poetess #sculpture #statue #heykel #museum #müze #ancient #greek #rome #hellenistic #smyrna #izmir #turkey #türkiye #yunanistan #roma
Whenever you want to see me, always look at the sunset; I will be there.

#Dresden #Germany #Sachsen #column #travel #traveling #visiting #instatravel #instago #temple #ancient #architecture #archaeology #stone #ruin #sky #building #tourism #old #culture #monument #landmark #rock #city #marble #sunset #snypechat
To move, to breathe, to fly, to float; to gain all while you give; to roam the roads of lands remote; to travel is to live.

#Dresden #Germany #Sachsen #architecture #city #travel #traveling #visiting #instatravel #instago #ancient #building #temple #town #old #sky #landscape #column #ruin #tower #archaeology #outdoors #stone #house #castle #landmark #snypechat
Όσο σε λατρεύω 
τόσο διαφθείρεσαι.
Κάτι ξέραν οι αρχαίοι
που λάτρευαν αγάλματα.🌷💎
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#acropolis #acropolismuseum #museum #athens #greece #morning #goodmorning #athenstour #friday #ancientgreece #archaeology #history #love #instagood#happy #picoftheday #instadaily #girl #woman #life #lifestyle #december #winter #winter18 #goodtimes #blessed #blonde #blondehair #wannabephilologist #black
Όσο σε λατρεύω τόσο διαφθείρεσαι. Κάτι ξέραν οι αρχαίοι που λάτρευαν αγάλματα.🌷💎 {Ντίνος Χριστιανόπουλος} • • • #acropolis  #acropolismuseum  #museum  #athens  #greece  #morning  #goodmorning  #athenstour  #friday  #ancientgreece  #archaeology  #history  #love  #instagood #happy  #picoftheday  #instadaily  #girl  #woman  #life  #lifestyle  #december  #winter  #winter18  #goodtimes  #blessed  #blonde  #blondehair  #wannabephilologist  #black 
Bowling Green State University has repatriated to Turkey pieces of a 2,000-year-old mosaic referred to as “Gypsy Girl," which depict a girl’s eyes, nose, hair, and hat, and are thought to have been looted from the ancient city of Zeugma and smuggled out of Turkey in the early 1960s. 
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#Archaeology #Ancient #Roman #Turkey #Gypsy #Mosaic (Sites & Photos/Art Resource)
Bowling Green State University has repatriated to Turkey pieces of a 2,000-year-old mosaic referred to as “Gypsy Girl," which depict a girl’s eyes, nose, hair, and hat, and are thought to have been looted from the ancient city of Zeugma and smuggled out of Turkey in the early 1960s. archaeology.org/news/ #Archaeology  #Ancient  #Roman  #Turkey  #Gypsy  #Mosaic  (Sites & Photos/Art Resource)
Helenistik dönem altın küpeler
Kırım'da bulunmuştur.
Hermitage Müzesi.
#archaeologyart #archaeology #archaeologist #prohistory #art #travel #amazing #beautiful  #ArtHistory #history #arkeolojiningizemi #klasikarkeoloji #arkeoloji #tarih #gezi #sanat
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LEYENDA MUY SIMPLIFICADA:
La leyenda de la fundación mítica de Roma dice que la ciudad fue fundada por los gemelos Rómulo y Remo, hijos del dios Marte y la princesa Rea Silvia de Alba Longa, descendiente de Iulo, hijo de Eneas, personaje mitológico que consiguió huir de Troya (la segunda foto, es la obra de Bernini que representa este episodio.
Fueron abandonados en el río Tiber para salvarlos de su tío Amulio, quien había intentado eliminar a todos los posibles rivales sucesorios nombrando a la madre de los gemelos virgen vestal (supuestamente el dios Marte se había enamorado de ella y la había encintado) . Los rescató la "loba" Luperca, que los amamantó, y más tarde fueron criados por pastores. Con el paso del tiempo los gemelos decidieron fundar una ciudad en una de las siete colinas de Roma.
Rómulo eligió el Palatino y Remo el Aventino. Hay distintas versiones sobre el enfrentamiento entre ambos hermanos, pero todas coinciden en que Rómulo asesinó a su hermano en el año 753 AC y se convirtió en el primer rey de Roma, erigida en lo alto del Palatino.
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VERY SIMPLIFIED LEGEND:
Romulus and Remus were twin brothers. They were abandoned by their mother as babies and put into a basket that was then placed into the River Tiber. The reason behind this was that their mother was a princess and wanted to protect them from their uncle Amulius who wanted to kill them. They were the direct descents from Aeneas, the mythical hero whose son, Iulus, had founded Alba Longa the city where the two twins were born. The basket ran aground and the twins were discovered by a female wolf. The wolf nursed the babies for a short time before they were found by a shepherd. The shepherd then brought up the twins. Romulus and Remus legend When Romulus and Remus became adults, they decided to found a city where the wolf had found them. The brothers quarrelled over where the site should be and Remus was killed by his brother. This left Romulus the sole founder of the new city and he gave his name to it – Rome.
#rome #roma #romulo #museicapitolini #luperca #wolf #spqr #historia #history #legend #myth #archaeology #arqueologia #italy #italia
Info 🇪🇸 and 🇬🇧: . . LEYENDA MUY SIMPLIFICADA: La leyenda de la fundación mítica de Roma dice que la ciudad fue fundada por los gemelos Rómulo y Remo, hijos del dios Marte y la princesa Rea Silvia de Alba Longa, descendiente de Iulo, hijo de Eneas, personaje mitológico que consiguió huir de Troya (la segunda foto, es la obra de Bernini que representa este episodio. Fueron abandonados en el río Tiber para salvarlos de su tío Amulio, quien había intentado eliminar a todos los posibles rivales sucesorios nombrando a la madre de los gemelos virgen vestal (supuestamente el dios Marte se había enamorado de ella y la había encintado) . Los rescató la "loba" Luperca, que los amamantó, y más tarde fueron criados por pastores. Con el paso del tiempo los gemelos decidieron fundar una ciudad en una de las siete colinas de Roma. Rómulo eligió el Palatino y Remo el Aventino. Hay distintas versiones sobre el enfrentamiento entre ambos hermanos, pero todas coinciden en que Rómulo asesinó a su hermano en el año 753 AC y se convirtió en el primer rey de Roma, erigida en lo alto del Palatino. . @jesussanbernardino . VERY SIMPLIFIED LEGEND: Romulus and Remus were twin brothers. They were abandoned by their mother as babies and put into a basket that was then placed into the River Tiber. The reason behind this was that their mother was a princess and wanted to protect them from their uncle Amulius who wanted to kill them. They were the direct descents from Aeneas, the mythical hero whose son, Iulus, had founded Alba Longa the city where the two twins were born. The basket ran aground and the twins were discovered by a female wolf. The wolf nursed the babies for a short time before they were found by a shepherd. The shepherd then brought up the twins. Romulus and Remus legend When Romulus and Remus became adults, they decided to found a city where the wolf had found them. The brothers quarrelled over where the site should be and Remus was killed by his brother. This left Romulus the sole founder of the new city and he gave his name to it – Rome. #rome  #roma  #romulo  #museicapitolini  #luperca  #wolf  #spqr  #historia  #history  #legend  #myth  #archaeology  #arqueologia  #italy  #italia 
Even after taking so much away, the spirit still shines through. #statuary #stonecarving #mfaboston #sculpture #archaeology
Our #Cirencester Consultancy team (and a couple of office-bound members of #CASiteTeam) demonstrating this year's must have #FestiveFashion accessory - the tinsel-boa... #KillinIt⠀
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#ChristmasJumperDay #Archaeology@savechildrenuk 🦌🎄🎅🌟☃️
There is a forgotten settlement on the hill above the village Plat. It was called Spilan and it was created in prehistoric times and functioned until the middle ages. It was fortified, and people lived there just like we live in our homes today. With our hopes, troubles... it is sad that we dont know anything about them.
The village is still visible today, but it has also seen glittering times. I hope that we will save this Roman settelment..
#zupadubrovacka 
#župadubrovačka 
#heritage_zupadubrovacka 
#historyinpictures 
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There is a forgotten settlement on the hill above the village Plat. It was called Spilan and it was created in prehistoric times and functioned until the middle ages. It was fortified, and people lived there just like we live in our homes today. With our hopes, troubles... it is sad that we dont know anything about them. The village is still visible today, but it has also seen glittering times. I hope that we will save this Roman settelment.. #zupadubrovacka  #župadubrovačka  #heritage_zupadubrovacka  #historyinpictures  #architecture  #archeology 
Geomatics and IT unite! Maybe geeks do do it better...? 🤔⠀
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#ChristmasJumperDay #StarWars #Cirencester #Christmas #Archaeology #BritishArchaeology @savechildrenuk 🦌🎄🎅🌟☃️
Just casually dancing a little bit on the 10.000th archaeological site that I saw this semester .. 😝💃 I mean I have to enjoy myself while looking at 'stones' again 😎😂👌🏻
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Just casually dancing a little bit on the 10.000th archaeological site that I saw this semester .. 😝💃 I mean I have to enjoy myself while looking at 'stones' again 😎😂👌🏻 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #erasmus  #athens  #athina  #greece  #site  #archaeology  #archaeologicalsite  #fun  #laugh  #dance  #love  #life  #happiness  #friends  #friendship  #acropoli  #akropolis  #view  #beautiful  #city  #best 
N is for Necklaces

While necklaces have been worn by men, women and children throughout (pre-)history – today I want to share a very specific necklace tradition from the Early Bronze Age. 
Spacer-plate necklaces – made both from amber and jet – were worn by women during the Early Iron Age and consist of multiple strands of beads that were held together by ‘spacer plate’ beads. Use-wear analysis has shown that these necklaces were frequently taken apart and remade using beads from different necklaces - perhaps symbolizing relationships. I’ve gotten up close and personal with several of these necklaces as the Husband is an amber ornament specialist, and I traveled with him a couple times to look at archeological examples and to do reproduction experiments. 
They gorgeous necklaces are believed to have been deliberate skeuomorphs (‘made to look like’ of gold lunulae – another form of Early Bronze Age necklace. While initially these may not appear very similar, when you compare the shape of the overall necklace as well as the decorations incised both on the gold lunulae and the spacer-plate beads – you can see why the latter are believed to be made to resemble the former

These necklaces and images are from the @nationalmuseumsscotland and the @britishmuseum
N is for Necklaces While necklaces have been worn by men, women and children throughout (pre-)history – today I want to share a very specific necklace tradition from the Early Bronze Age. Spacer-plate necklaces – made both from amber and jet – were worn by women during the Early Iron Age and consist of multiple strands of beads that were held together by ‘spacer plate’ beads. Use-wear analysis has shown that these necklaces were frequently taken apart and remade using beads from different necklaces - perhaps symbolizing relationships. I’ve gotten up close and personal with several of these necklaces as the Husband is an amber ornament specialist, and I traveled with him a couple times to look at archeological examples and to do reproduction experiments. They gorgeous necklaces are believed to have been deliberate skeuomorphs (‘made to look like’ of gold lunulae – another form of Early Bronze Age necklace. While initially these may not appear very similar, when you compare the shape of the overall necklace as well as the decorations incised both on the gold lunulae and the spacer-plate beads – you can see why the latter are believed to be made to resemble the former These necklaces and images are from the @nationalmuseumsscotland and the @britishmuseum
Tarragona, Catalunya, Spain. Les Ferreres Roman Aqueduct, 27BC. We stopped off for a picnic with the dogs next to this imposing Unesco listed structure. The park it’s in was deserted so the dogs had a great time running free across the valley. #bürstner #wohnfühlen #Spain  #catalunya #tarragona #unesco #roman #archaeology #traveller #wanderlust #instaphoto #travelingram #europe #rewindthegap @rewindthegap
I have received a few requests over the past month to do an intro post, so I’m finally doing one! 😊  Thanks for all the sweet messages of support. Here are 7 little things about me. ☕️ ⁣
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🌿 I am finishing my MA in Egyptian archaeology and I work in museums.  I have a few PhD applications out so I hope to have good news to share with you all here soon! 📖 ⁣
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🌿 I am the first person from my alma mater, @cornellcollege pursuing a career combating the illicit antiquities trade and I love it. 🏺 ⁣
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🌿 My next dream travel destination is to the Mongolian steppes. 🐴🦅 Though a tour of the @svalbard_global_seed_vault would be surreal. 💫💕 ⁣
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🌿 My first house plant was a Purple Passion plant in 3rd grade. 💜 ⁣
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🌿 I ALMOST got to see the @tucsonbotanical corpse flower bloom this year but I was a couple days early. ⁣
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🌿 Yeah, my favorite food is olives.  I also love chickpeas and wine. 🍷 ⁣
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#plantsmakepeoplehappy⁣
#therealhouseplantsofinstagram ⁣
#ihavethisthingwithplants⁣
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#urbanjungle #urbanjunglebloggers⁣
#plantcollection #girlswithplants #botanicalpickmeup #kewgardens ⁣
#houseplants #houseplantclub⁣
#plantmom #plantstagram #plantsplantsplants #purplepassionplant #botanicalbabes #girlswithplants #plantmama #mongolia⁣
#velvetplant #archaeology #graduatestudent #plantlover ⁣
#cornellcollege #svalbard #seedvault
I have received a few requests over the past month to do an intro post, so I’m finally doing one! 😊 Thanks for all the sweet messages of support. Here are 7 little things about me. ☕️ ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 I am finishing my MA in Egyptian archaeology and I work in museums. I have a few PhD applications out so I hope to have good news to share with you all here soon! 📖 ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 I am the first person from my alma mater, @cornellcollege pursuing a career combating the illicit antiquities trade and I love it. 🏺 ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 My next dream travel destination is to the Mongolian steppes. 🐴🦅 Though a tour of the @svalbard_global_seed_vault would be surreal. 💫💕 ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 My first house plant was a Purple Passion plant in 3rd grade. 💜 ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 I ALMOST got to see the @tucsonbotanical corpse flower bloom this year but I was a couple days early. ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 Yeah, my favorite food is olives. I also love chickpeas and wine. 🍷 ⁣ ⁣ 🌿 And my favorite color is grey. 🦈🌫🗿 .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #junglecurator ⁣ .⁣ #plantsmakepeoplehappy ⁣ #therealhouseplantsofinstagram  ⁣ #ihavethisthingwithplants ⁣ #ihavethisthingwithurbanjungles ⁣ #urbanjungle  #urbanjunglebloggers ⁣ #plantcollection  #girlswithplants  #botanicalpickmeup  #kewgardens  ⁣ #houseplants  #houseplantclub ⁣ #plantmom  #plantstagram  #plantsplantsplants  #purplepassionplant  #botanicalbabes  #girlswithplants  #plantmama  #mongolia ⁣ #velvetplant  #archaeology  #graduatestudent  #plantlover  ⁣ #cornellcollege  #svalbard  #seedvault 
How goddamn presumptuous. 🦕 🦖 (@drewskieeee)
How goddamn presumptuous. 🦕 🦖 (@drewskieeee)
I really like this photo, but since all the interesting archaeology is behind me in this shot, it could be anywhere really. We only had about 20 minutes at the top of the Acropolis, and so Rachael and I divided and conquered, splitting up to take as many photos as humanly possible. A sunset is a sunset.
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#goldenhour #sunset #sunset_madness #acropolis #view #viewfromthetop #light #ray #athens #greece #archaeology #travel #backpacking #travelgram #iphonex #iphonephotography #wanderlust #athens  #hike #city #cityview #cityonahill #landscape #landscapephotography
I really like this photo, but since all the interesting archaeology is behind me in this shot, it could be anywhere really. We only had about 20 minutes at the top of the Acropolis, and so Rachael and I divided and conquered, splitting up to take as many photos as humanly possible. A sunset is a sunset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Summer 2018) . . #goldenhour  #sunset  #sunset_madness  #acropolis  #view  #viewfromthetop  #light  #ray  #athens  #greece  #archaeology  #travel  #backpacking  #travelgram  #iphonex  #iphonephotography  #wanderlust  #athens  #hike  #city  #cityview  #cityonahill  #landscape  #landscapephotography 
So I’ve been putting off putting up a photo of the Parthenon... Maybe I’m just underwhelmed by this glorified bank. After all, I work in a bank. Yes, it’s great. Yes, it’s covered in scaffolding... To be fair to the Parthenon, it was used as a glorified munitions locker at one point. It seemed like a great idea until the gunpowder blew up. Really it’s a wonder it’s still standing at all. If they ever finish restoring it. It will look amazing. .
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When it was originally built, it took 8-9 years. They’ve been working on the restoration since the 1970’s... so I’m not holding my breath.
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Also, a thing the Greek government doesn’t want you to know... Like many monuments of the ancient world, it was originally built on the backs of slave labor. It’s not a thing to be proud of, but it’s something that should be owned. It’s never good to white wash history.
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#photooftheday #travelgram #travelphotography #greece #aegean #ancient #ancientgreece #athens #archaeology #restoration #scaffolding #bluesky #goldenhour #mediterranean #iphonex #iphonephotography #travel #backpacking #parthenon #acropolis
So I’ve been putting off putting up a photo of the Parthenon... Maybe I’m just underwhelmed by this glorified bank. After all, I work in a bank. Yes, it’s great. Yes, it’s covered in scaffolding... To be fair to the Parthenon, it was used as a glorified munitions locker at one point. It seemed like a great idea until the gunpowder blew up. Really it’s a wonder it’s still standing at all. If they ever finish restoring it. It will look amazing. . . When it was originally built, it took 8-9 years. They’ve been working on the restoration since the 1970’s... so I’m not holding my breath. . . Also, a thing the Greek government doesn’t want you to know... Like many monuments of the ancient world, it was originally built on the backs of slave labor. It’s not a thing to be proud of, but it’s something that should be owned. It’s never good to white wash history. . . . (Summer 2018) . . #photooftheday  #travelgram  #travelphotography  #greece  #aegean  #ancient  #ancientgreece  #athens  #archaeology  #restoration  #scaffolding  #bluesky  #goldenhour  #mediterranean  #iphonex  #iphonephotography  #travel  #backpacking  #parthenon  #acropolis 
As we learned from our tour guide, they were only able to build this magnificent place because they ate the little olives. It doesn’t say that in the books.
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The palace of Knossos was built circa 2,000 BCE, by the Cretan civilisation that the Egyptians called the Keftiu, but we now call the Minoans. Unfortunately we don’t know what they called themselves. The palace was conquered by the mainland Mycenaean Greeks around 1450 BCE and it was destroyed during the Bronze Age Collapse. It was discovered and haphazardly reconstructed by Sir. Arthur Evans in the first half of the 20th Century CE. Any photos you see of Knossos are Sir Arthur Evans’ vision of Knossos, and that may or may not have be an accurate reflection of the palace at its height.
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#κρητη #knossos #minoan #archaeology #ancient #ancientgreece #goldenhour #travelgram #travelphotography #iphonex #iphonephotography #islandhopping #island #palace #photooftheday #travel #backpacking #greece #crete #fresco #wanderlust
As we learned from our tour guide, they were only able to build this magnificent place because they ate the little olives. It doesn’t say that in the books. . . . (Summer 2018) . The palace of Knossos was built circa 2,000 BCE, by the Cretan civilisation that the Egyptians called the Keftiu, but we now call the Minoans. Unfortunately we don’t know what they called themselves. The palace was conquered by the mainland Mycenaean Greeks around 1450 BCE and it was destroyed during the Bronze Age Collapse. It was discovered and haphazardly reconstructed by Sir. Arthur Evans in the first half of the 20th Century CE. Any photos you see of Knossos are Sir Arthur Evans’ vision of Knossos, and that may or may not have be an accurate reflection of the palace at its height. . . . #κρητη  #knossos  #minoan  #archaeology  #ancient  #ancientgreece  #goldenhour  #travelgram  #travelphotography  #iphonex  #iphonephotography  #islandhopping  #island  #palace  #photooftheday  #travel  #backpacking  #greece  #crete  #fresco  #wanderlust