June 18, 2020.Reading time 33 minutes.
Introduction While the rest of the ancient Greek world and much of the Eastern Mediterranean had fallen under the shadow of the Greek Dark Age, the island of Euboea remarkably survived. It would be reasonable to assume that the island communities on Euboea experienced the same destruction as other Mycenaean societies, however the city of […]
June 8, 2020.Reading time 33 minutes.
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to synthesize evidence from varying research papers and books to argue that rock art is the best indicator of the development of symbolic thought as represented in the form of culture in modern Homo sapiens. This evidence includes the intentional manufacturing of pigments and their creative uses, the […]
May 10, 2019.Reading time 22 minutes.
At a time when archaeology was entirely wrapped up in haphazard artifact collecting under the banner of antiquarianism, Thomas Jefferson blazed a trail that would contribute to the transformation of treasure hunting antiquarianism into the science of archaeology. Through his curiosity and subsequent research, Jefferson posited a hypothesis, applied methodical digging techniques, provided qualitative and […]