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The Bible and Archaeology By United Church of God
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The evidence from archaeology is only one proof of Biblical accuracy. We offer you a sampling of the evidence that's available - documentation showing that details of the people, places and events... More > described in the Bible, many of them mentioned only in passing, have been verified by archaeologists and historians. Many excellent books have been published in recent years that verify the dependability of Scripture, and no doubt more will follow as new discoveries come to light. What are the implications of this for you? All the evidence in the world does us no good if we are not willing to believe the Bible enough to put it to the ultimate test—that of doing what it tells us to do.< Less
Us and Them: Archaeology and Ethnicity in the Andes By Richard Martin Reycraft
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This volume brings together a corpus of scholars whose work collectively represents a significant advancement in the study of prehistoric ethnicity in the Andean region. The assembled research... More > represents an outstanding collection of theoretical and methodological approaches, and conveys recent discoveries in several subfields of prehistoric Andean anthropology, including spatial archaeology, mortuary archaeology, textile studies, ceramic analysis, and biological anthropology. Many of the authors in this volume apply novel research techniques, while others wield more established approaches in original ways. Although the research presented in this volume has occurred in the Andean region, many of the novel methods applied will be applicable to other geographic regions, and it is hoped that this research will stimulate others to pursue future innovative work in the prehistoric study of ethnic identification.< Less
Archaeological Discoveries that Prove the Bible is Accurate - You will see about 40 special items. By Richard Estes
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Book #990: Archaeological Discoveries that Prove the Bible is Accurate. You will see about 40 Special items that help us to believe what it says in the Bible.
THE UNDISCOVERED ARCHAEOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE IN AND AROUND HARTHILL WITH WOODALL By Paul Rowland
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A synopsis of archaeological reports written by Paul Rowland about Harthill with Woodall in the county of South Yorkshire, England. Also included is evidence of his discovery of previously unknown... More > and unrecorded archaeological sites within the parish boundary of Harthill with Woodall.< Less
The Imaginator: An Unexpected Discovery By Kevin Maurice Robinson
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Siblings, Abby and Toby Kingston, join their father, Professor Edward Kingston, on an expedition to Antarctica. Abby is happy about going which pleases their dad. Toby, on the other hand, is not... More > happy about going. Once they arrive and Toby helps the archaeological team raise an object out of the ground, his outlook on the trip is soon changed. An unusual friend, calling themselves, The Imaginator, helps Abby and Toby develop new skills which they desperately need to outwit those who try to steal the treasure found in the depths of Antarctica's frozen ground. They can only hope their newfound abilities will keep them safe from those who try to take possession of their rare find.< Less
The Imaginator: An Unexpected Discovery By Kevin Maurice Robinson
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Siblings, Abby and Toby Kingston, join their father, Professor Edward Kingston, on an expedition to Antarctica. Abby is happy about going which pleases their dad. Toby, on the other hand, is not... More > happy about going. Once they arrive and Toby helps the archaeological team raise an object out of the ground, his outlook on the trip is soon changed. An unusual friend, calling themselves, The Imaginator, helps Abby and Toby develop new skills which they desperately need to outwit those who try to steal the treasure found in the depths of Antarctica's frozen ground. They can only hope their newfound abilities will keep them safe from those who try to take possession of their rare find.< Less
Archaeology - An Introduction (5th Edition)(2010) By Kevin Greene & Tom Moore
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is fully updated #$h edition of a classic classroom text is essential reading for core courses in archaeology. It explains how the subject emerged from an amateur pursuit in the eighteenth century... More > into a serious discipline, and explores changing trends in interpretation in recent decades. e authors convey the excitement of archaeology while helping readers to evaluate new discoveries by explaining the methods and theories that lie behind them. In addition to drawing upon examples and case studies from many regions of the world and periods of the past, the book incorporates the authors’ own fieldwork,research and teaching.< Less
A PERSISTENT PLACE: A LANDSCAPE APPROACH TO THE PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE GREENLEE TRACT IN SOUTHERN OHIO By Matthew Purtill
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Long-term archaeological investigations at the Greenlee Tract by Gray & Pape, Inc., revealed significant evidence for over 10,000 years of Native American utilization of southern Ohio’s... More > ancient landscape. Using a siteless landscape approach, this book presents a comprehensive summary of all past work. Various topics are discussed including landscape development, environmental patterns and cycles, settlement patterning and subsistence strategies, and social organization. Several unique archaeological findings are reported upon including the discovery of one of the largest Middle-Late Woodland (A.D. 300-600) villages in the region; the documentation of a rare open-aired, Early Woodland (700 – 100 B.C.) ceremonial structure; and some of the best evidence for Middle Archaic (6500-4000 B.C.) occupation found anywhere in the state. Rarely has such an array of topics been addressed in a single monograph project.< Less
A PERSISTENT PLACE: A LANDSCAPE APPROACH TO THE PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE GREENLEE TRACT IN SOUTHERN OHIO By Matthew Purtill
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Long-term archaeological investigations at the Greenlee Tract by Gray & Pape, Inc., revealed significant evidence for over 10,000 years of Native American utilization of southern Ohio’s... More > ancient landscape. Using a siteless landscape approach, this book presents a comprehensive summary of all past work. Various topics are discussed including landscape development, environmental patterns and cycles, settlement patterning and subsistence strategies, and social organization. Several unique archaeological findings are reported upon including the discovery of one of the largest Middle-Late Woodland (A.D. 300-600) villages in the region; the documentation of a rare open-aired, Early Woodland (700 – 100 B.C.) ceremonial structure; and some of the best evidence for Middle Archaic (6500-4000 B.C.) occupation found anywhere in the state. Rarely has such an array of topics been addressed in a single monograph project.< Less
The Seaford Axe Hoard By Rodney Castleden
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The fascinating story of the discovery and rediscovery of a unique prehistoric stone axe hoard. The 15 flint axes were found in 1986, but then forgotten and only displayed as a hoard in 2014, when... More > their national importance was recognized. Hoards like this are very rare. Where were the axes made? By a remarkable coincidence, the factory where they were manufactured was also discovered in 2014, very close at hand. Neolithic Seaford is re-created in new maps. From all the evidence it is possible to reconstruct what it was like to live in Sussex five thousand years ago. Royal paperback, 134 pages, 49 b&w illustrations.< Less

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