There’s a link to the really neat mini-documentary on the TV program “Galileo,” and also to the nifty conference poster for the 2010 meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America. And some thoughtful commentary. Aside from that, this week’s post to the website The History Blog might not have anything all that new for those who have been tracking the ongoing publicity related to history Prof. Greg Aldrete of Humanistic Studies and his fascinating Linothorax Project. In the event you’ve never really heard about his work, however, this is a great, one-stop place to start: www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/7628.
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