Dear archaeologists, dear colleagues, take a year off work and lock yourself into your house. We have a new standard work to read and it is called: The Atlas of Ancient Rome. As soon as this book came into the store, I was […]
Trix’ Travels was created with full cooperation of Trix the cat. She has been perfectly safe and lazy during the entire process that will now be posted every other Saturday. This weeks stop: Nicaragua. We have traveled half the world by now, which […]
The morning fog has not lifted yet, keeping the black earth in its grasp just a bit longer while I stare at my feet. The dirt I’m standing on is blotchy from different kinds of soil mixed together by an earlier force. […]
“Yeah, so my 24 year old daughter is playing with Lego’s.” My mom makes it sound so… childish. So let me rephrase it in a better way: “My daughter who is an archaeologist is rebuilding the site where she was last summer […]
This month, the Rijksmuseum of Oudheden will finally again be fully opened to the public as the Egypt-exhibit will finally be renovated. To satisfy the first thirst for knowledge, the public has been able to see the brand new Greek floor and […]
It never occured to me before just how many books about archaeology are written every year. And that if I want to stay involved in the speciality of studies of the ancient world, I should read at least half of them. My […]
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