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    Trail of the Ark is heading into unchartered territory in search of solving the disappearance of the Ark of the Covenant, with the aide of known stepping stones to point us in the right direction.

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    Expedition LostArk 2020 enhances the Trail of the Ark’s chance of success by using qualified research methods investigating both biblical and scientific sources in the coming venture. To date much exclusive information has been gathered. Participation in this undertaking is open to all at various levels of involvement.

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    Perpetually basking in a blazing luminous light, Ithaca boasts fine if unexceptional archaeological sites. With its well-signposted walking trails and numerous fish tavernas, the island is scarcely less than magical. Yet is Ithaca in fact Odysseus’ island, where Penelope faithfully weaved, steadfastly waiting for her mischievous prince in their well-appointed palace? The post Richard Hodges: Sailing to Ithaca? appeared first on World Archaeology. [...]

    New Burlington House, a large Palladian building in Mayfair, has been home to the Society of Antiquaries of London, the Linnean Society, the Geological Society, the Royal Astronomical Society, and the Royal Society of Chemistry since the 19th century; now, rising rents set by the government may force these societies to find other headquarters. The Society of Antiquaries of London has launched a campaign to contest this. The post Special Report: Save Burlington House appeared first on World Archaeology. [...]

    This cigar box, containing several wooden splinters that make up a piece of cedar discovered in the Great Pyramid of Giza, was recently found in the University of Aberdeen’s collections. The piece of wood is one of just three objects ever recovered from the pyramid. The post Lost Dixon Relic appeared first on World Archaeology. [...]