Friday, 12 January 2018

3,500-Year-Old Greek Tomb Upends What We Thought We Knew About the Roots of Western Civilization

quote [ The recent discovery of the grave of an ancient soldier is challenging accepted wisdom among archaeologists ]

I love this stuff. There's so much we still don't know about the early days of human civilization, and so much we can never know. It's exciting when we discover new evidence that changes what we think we know and gives us a surprising glimpse into people who lived and died thousands of years ago, so alike us and so different.

Warning, rabbit hole ahead:

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hellboy said @ 1:02am GMT on 12th January
I can't edit, again. Just want to clean up the main link.

hellboy said @ 1:19am GMT on 12th January
I can't edit, again. --> Figured it out - my timezone was still set to GMT, so SE was thinking I posted eight hours ago.

hellboy said @ 1:20am GMT on 12th January
I can't edit, again. --> Figured it out - my timezone was still set to GMT, so SE was thinking I posted eight hours ago. I try every day to be a time traveler but it never fucking works.


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hellboy said @ 1:02am GMT on 12th January
I can't edit, again. --> Figured it out - my timezone was still set to GMT, so SE was thinking I posted eight hours ago. I try every day to be a time traveler but it never fucking works.



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