This is the collection of the little side posts I do when I find a particularly interesting piece of pseudo-archaeology. Sometimes there is a question about a popular topic and it can be answered in a single post. This is the place to look for all those weird stories you hear, and get the real archaeology behind the myths.
- @DSAArchaeology @fiftysitesbook @ahtzib @jens2go @AcademiaObscura @raulpacheco thank you! 23 hours ago
- RT @DSAArchaeology: For #Archaeology v. #pseudoarchaeology check out @fiftysitesbook @ahtzib @ArchyFantasies and @jens2go Break the taboo… 23 hours ago
- RT @SarcasticRover: Hey, @NASA? Martians keep asking to be taken to my leader but when I tell them who it is they laugh and say “No, seriou… 2 days ago
- RIP in 2013, Ruth Patrick, American botanist/ limnologist, developed ways to measure health of ecosystems (b. 1907) #herstory #womenshistory 2 days ago
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