Category Archives: Archaeosightings

M45 Motorway to be listed as heritage road

(BBC News, 1 April 2006) The road, built in 1959, is one of Britain’s oldest motorways, and has changed little since then. It still has many original features, including the very distinctive bridges designed by Sir Owen Williams and Partners … Continue reading

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Rendezvous with an old friend

At the National Museum in Prague the other day, Troels took a picture for me of this amazing depiction of two palaeolithic heroes, possibly fighting for the contemporary beauty watching them. It is not the artistic quality that distinguishes this … Continue reading

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Germany's landmarks are not archaeological

Die Zeit published recently (Nr. 11, March 2006) a Special on Germany’s landmarks. Among the 11 top tourist destination are Weimar, Neuschwanstein, Schloss Sanssouci in Potsdam, the Hofbräuhaus in Munich, the Dome in Cologne, and the Reeperbahn in Hamburg. None … Continue reading

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