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Archaeologists Make ‘Very Special’ Viking Era Discovery in Norway

Almost one thousand years after the end of the Viking Age, Norwegian archaeologists have made a sensational find near Halden in the south-east of Norway. The burial mound and adjacent field harbour several longhouses and at least one ship burial. Digital data visualizations reveal the well-defined 20-meter-long ship-shaped structure, with indications that the lower part is well preserved. Incredibly, the ship lies just below the topsoil, with just 50cm separating it from the fresh air.

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Archeologist Spends Over 35 Years Building Enormous Scale Model of Ancient Rome – Jessica Stewart

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Tucked in the residential Roman neighborhood of EUR, a sprawling 1:250 scale model displays the glory of ancient Rome. Known as the Plastico di Roma Imperiale, the plaster model was commissioned by Mussolini in 1933 and depicts Rome in the 4th century AD at the time of Constantine I. It now sits in the Museum of Roman Civilization, a museum opened in the 1930s to demonstrate the history of ancient Rome.The plaster model is a masterpiece created by archaeologist Italo Gismondi, who worked on the piece throughout his life…….

 

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25+ Blossoming Works of Art Made Out of Real Flowers – Kelly Richman-Abdou

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From still-life depictions to blooming landscapes, flowers have been a tried and true inspiration for nature-loving artists throughout the course of art history. In addition to traditional paintings and photographs, however, many of today’s artists have taken a more avant-garde approach to the floral craft by creating works of art made out of real flowers. As evident in this collection of flower art, there are a myriad ways that artists incorporate real-life blooms and blossoms into their practice. Some, like Duy Anh Nhan Duc and Marina Malinovaya, organize them onto flat surfaces to……..

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Photo Essay: A Staircase as Art — atmtx photo blog

Library Stairs – Austin, Texas As I was shooting around the new Austin Central Public Library, I became fascinated by the staircase that leads to the parking garage. Perhaps more than I should. But it was shiny, colorful and architectural. The hard geometry made it interesting, with a look that can change noticeably, just with […]

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Uxmal: A Window Into The Maya — GALLIVANCE

To the delight of modern tourists, Maya kings sought to outdo each other with more and more impressive temples, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Uxmal (pronounced oosh-mal) is an outstanding example.

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The Pyramids of Giza – a Cairo layover — Around the World with Amy

Visiting the Pyramids in Egypt has always been one of my dreams. When I first joined Emirates I was so excited as Cairo was only a 3 hour flight away from Dubai. 6 years later, I still hadn’t visited mainly because I had heard that it was nearly impossible for staff to travel because the […]

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Archaeologists Discover 2,500-year-old ‘Mummification Workshop’ Near Cairo Close to Egypt’s Famous Pyramids and Find Death Masks, Offal and Even Ancient Measuring Cups — BCNN1 WP

Egyptian archaeologists have discovered an ancient mummification workshop dating back to more than 2,500 years. Specialist stumbled across the find near Egypt’s famed pyramids at an ancient necropolis south of Cairo. The discovery includes a mummification workshop and a shaft, which was used as a communal burial place, and is located at the Saqqara necropolis […]

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These Unique Buildings in India Just Won the Biggest Award in Architecture – Cailey Rizzo

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Famed architect Balkrishna Doshi, also known as B.V. Doshi‬, won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize on Tuesday, making him the first Indian to do so in the award’s 40-year history. The Pritzker Prize is often referred to as the Nobel Prize of architecture.

Doshi, 90, designed renowned buildings throughout his home country of India, with an emphasis on public institutions and economical housing. Some of his most famous structures include the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore and the Aranya Low Cost Housing complex in the city of Indore. Asked about his architecture philosophy by NPR, Doshi said: “Architecture is a backdrop for life.”

“I think it is very, very significant that this award has come to India — of course to me, but to India,” Doshi added in an interview with CNN. “The government, officials, those who take decisions, cities – everyone will start thinking that there is something called ‘good architecture’ [and that] lasting things can happen. [Only] then can we start talking about urbanization and urban design.”

To celebrate Doshi’s Pritzker Architecture Prize, take a look at some of the buildings he designed throughout his half-century career.

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The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia – Islamic Archeology and Culture Instagram post by Armin Hamidian • Jan 27, 2018 at 2:37pm UTC

12 Likes, 2 Comments – Armin Hamidian (@onlinemarketingscoops) on Instagram: “@sheisnotlost … The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (Malay: Muzium Kesenian Islam Malaysia) was…”

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Petra The Famous Archaeological Site In Jordan’s Southwestern Desert – Archeology News -Instagram post by Armin Hamidian • Jan 26, 2018 at 3:04pm UTC

13 Likes, 2 Comments – Armin Hamidian (@onlinemarketingscoops) on Instagram: “@earthfocus … Petra is a famous archaeological site in Jordan’s southwestern desert. Dating to…”

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