There’s been some pretty crazy-great archeological news out there. Some of the stuff I starred to point out specifically, recently, were these:
- Malaysian prehistoric remains 16,000 years old. Holy crap.
- Discover Magazine article continues to confirm that the causes of Angkor’s collapse was ecological, and likely to have been brought about catabolically via two droughts.
- Evidence for Indus script in Southeast Asia? No, wait. Seriously? No, probably not.
- Burnt rice paddies in Hanoi 3,000 years old. Wow. Even crazier, some of seeds are reportedly sprouted. Amaranth FTW?
- Modern archaeology SNAFU: Bodies misidentified at Arlington Cemetery.
- Shamanic transit and the prehistoric hard-on. Great summary about “the meaning of erection in Paleolithic minds.”
- Ancient stone inscription, possibly in the process of being smuggled out of the country, found near Ta Krabey temple.
- Tracing the origins of the Tai. Via.