WoW Cataclysm Guide - Archaeology - Blue Plz! The longest running and rantiest WoW podcast around. Archaeology is a new secondary profession like fishing and first aid that everyone can learn. In this video, I explain exactly how it works, what you'll get from it and answer some frequently asked questions about it as well as show you it in action.
World of Warcraft - How to: Archaeology Jack and Geoff are back in the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm showing you how to use the new secondary profession, Archaeology. Jones would be proud.
THE *** ARCHAEOLOGIST Two-time Emmy award winning producer and director Simcha Jacobvici digs deep into the most extraordinary finds in the Middle East. Fast, funny and irreverent (think the Ali G. of archaeology), Jacobvici asks the questions we all want to know the answers to. Watch and find out what he reveals on "The *** Archaeologist." Wednesdays at 8PM/EDT on HISTORY INTERNATIONAL. HISTORY INTERNATIONAL: GLOBALIZE YOURSELF
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25TH DYNASTY- ANTHONY BROWDER'S EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPEDITION PT 1 September 17, 2010 / I-Newswire On September 15, the Egyptian Minister of Culture announced the discovery of an Egyptian tomb "found by Egyptian-American team" (). The discovery of the burial chamber of a 25th Dynasty priest named Karakhamun was lead by Dr. Elena Pischikova As with any archeological discovery, one often has to dig deep in order to find hidden treasure. The hidden treasure in the announcement of this discovery is that the one of the American members of the "Egyptian-American team" is noted African American historian and author, Anthony Browder, who has financed the excavation of the tomb since 2008. Mr. Browder met Dr. Pischikova in Egypt in 2008 while he was conducting research for a new book. She gave him a private tour of the tomb and discussed its historical relevance to African Americans. Dr. Pischikova said that she may have to end the excavation because of a lack of funding and lamented the fact that traditional funding institutions were not interested in the 25th Dynasty because it was black African. Understanding the historical significance of this discovery, Mr. Browder made a commitment to assist Dr. Pischikova. In 2008, Browder founded the ASA Restoration Project, a non-profit corporation, to raise funds for the continued excavation of the tomb and to promote awareness of Karakhamun and the 25th Dynasty. The ASA Restoration Project is named in honor of noted African American psychologist and historian Dr. Asa G. Hilliard, III ...
Haslar archaeological dig 2008 An archaeological dig at the Haslar Royal Naval Navy Hospital during the summer of 2008. Part of the Cranfield University Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology MSc programme.
George Bass is honored by the Archaeological Institute of America's Bandelier Award 2011 George Bass is honored by the Archaeological Institute of America's Bandelier Award in 2011 for founding underwater archaeology and for having completed the first excavation of an ancient shipwreck.
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Eddie Izzard and archaeology Eddie Izzard in his show Glorious talking about Archaeology don't own it ofcourse ;P
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Archaeologists Unearth Oldest Hebrew Text Israeli archaeologists claim to have unearthed the oldest Hebrew text ever found. Discovered while excavating a fortress city, apparently it dates back from the 10th century BC and refers to the Bible when King David slew Goliath. Here's more on the story. STORY: Archaeologists uncover Israel's most foregone past near the ancient battlefield in the Valley of Elah. It is now home to wineries and a satellite station. The professor of archaeology at the Hebrew University led the excavations. [Yosef Garfinkel, Archaeology Professor]: "This inscription...is the oldest Hebrew inscription in the world. It's pre-dated the Dead Sea Scrolls by 1000 years." Experts have not been able to decipher the full text as yet, but several words, including "judge", "slave" and "king," were identified. They hope the text will shed light on how alphabetic scripts developed. [Yosef Garfinkel, Archaeology Professor]: "It is written in Proto-Canaanite script which is the father and mother of all the alphabetic script in the world, the Greek, the Latin, the Hebrew, the Phoenician, the Aramein (Aramaic), all the alphabet in the world derived from this script that appears here on this specific piece of pottery." Carbon dating of artifacts found at the site indicate the Hebrew inscription was written about 10th century BC This is a time when scholars believe King David ruled Jerusalem and ancient Israel. [Yosef Garfinkel, Archaeology Professor]: "This inscription was found in a site... located on the ...
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King Solomon's Copper Mines - Digital Archaeology Project High-Precision Carbon Dating and Historical Biblical Archaeology in Southern Jordan Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2008 Vol. 105 No. 43 San Diego, Oct. 27, 2008 -- Did the Bibles King David and his son Solomon control the copper industry in present-day southern Jordan ? Though that remains an open question, the possibility is raised once again by research reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Led by Thomas Levy of UC San Diego and Mohammad Najjar of Jordan's Friends of Archaeology, an international team of archaeologists has excavated an ancient copper-production center at Khirbat en-Nahas down to virgin soil, through more than 20 feet of industrial smelting debris, or slag. The 2006 dig has brought up new artifacts and with them a new suite of radiocarbon dates placing the bulk of industrial-scale production at Khirbat en-Nahas in the 10th century BCE - in line with biblical narrative on the legendary rule of David and Solomon. The new data pushes back the archaeological chronology some three centuries earlier than the current scholarly consensus.
Origin of Language? Check the Archaeological Record Complete video at: fora.tv David DeGusta, Research Paleontologist at the Paleoanthropology Institute, discusses how archaeologists are able to study the origins of human language through the archaeological record. He theorizes that language may have emerged around 50000 years ago, and could be what helped modern humans triumph over the Neanderthals. ----- This program was recorded at the 12th Annual Wonderfest, the San Francisco Bay Area Festival of Science. Wonderfest's broad goals are best described by its mission statement: Through public discourse about provocative scientific questions, Wonderfest aspires to stimulate curiosity, promote careful reasoning, challenge unexamined beliefs, and encourage life-long learning. Wonderfest achieves these ends by presenting series of scientific events to the general public. At most of these events, pairs of articulate and accomplished researchers discuss and debate compelling questions at the edge of scientific understanding. - Wonderfest 2010 David DeGusta is a Research Paleontologist at the Paleoanthropology Institute.
Underwater Archaeology: Excavating the Nile with Dr Hawass ( heritage- )Dr Zahi Hawass examines some of the finds being excavated from the bottom of the River Nile near Aswan, explaining that the river was used as a trade route, with boats carrying various materials and goods along the Nile. Sometimes, boats would sink and with them the goods they carried, which is what is being excavated. Dr Hawass explains that archaeological discoveries are not only found in the desert sands, but also in the waters of the river.
About the Archaeological Institute of America The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is North America's oldest and largest organization devoted to the world of archaeology. The AIA promotes a vivid and informed public interest in the cultures and civilizations of the past, supports archaeological research, fosters the sound professional practice of archaeology, advocates the preservation of the world's archaeological heritage, and represents the discipline in the wider world.
Cool Jobs: Archaeologist Does archaeology really include globetrotting adventures filled with mystery, danger and romance? Jorge Ribas gets the answer from a real-life archaeologist.
Archaeologists discover a field of skeletons - BBC An archaeologist and skeleton expert examines a huge number of bones that were recently uncovered at the sight of a Moche stronghold and discovers evidence of torture, sacrifice and battle. Fascinating clip from the BBC documentary "Lost Civilisation of Peru".
An Archaeological Moment in Time Taking a look at how different societies are advancing at different rates on the same date in the distant past. I wrote the original script a couple years ago. Although this is a bit different than anything Ive done lately, its something I wanted to do before moving on to anything else. I realize that showing actual archaeological artifacts and ancient ruins is unfortunately inevitably boring. So to keep the interest level at least as high as a documentary film strip shown in a classroom, Ive decided to use classic movie scenes, -specially selected and cleverly edited- to look like the things Im talking about. On all of my videos, people ask me where certain scenes came from. So Ive decided to list those references here: Conan the Barbarian (1982, Arnold Swartzenegger) Highlander (1986, Clancy Brown) Braveheart (1995, Mel Gibson) Hercules (1983, Lou Ferrigno) 10000 BC (2008, Steven Strait) One Million BC (1940, Carole Landis) One Million Years BC (1966, Raquel Welch) Caveman (1981, Ringo Starr) Clan of the Cave Bear (1986, Daryl Hannah) Clash of the Titans (1981, Harry Hamlin) Quest for Fire (1981, Rae Dawn Chong) The New World (2005, Q'orianka Kilcher) The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974, Tom Baker) Apocolypto (2006, Rudy Youngblood) Lord of the Rings, Two Towers (2002, Andy Serkis) The Scorpion King (2002, The Rock) Akasha, Queen of the Damned (2002, Aaliyah) Life of Brian (1979, Monty Python) The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980, N!xau) Time Bandits ...
Archaeology When Cataclysm launched, I set myself a challenge to try and write a song about World of Warcraft's new profession -- Archaeology. It was during this process that Doctor Jones revealed he's not quite the 2-dimensional, pop-culture cardboard cut-out everyone makes him out to be. So... yet another Greyfoo movie with protagonists walking places, panning shots and girls staring wistfully into the camera, daring it not to fade them out (again). There's my usual token wardrobe malfunction too (bonus points if you spot it!). Ah if I only I could just record what's in my head straight onto YouTube, we'd all be better off. Actually, if I could do that, I'd probably just end up making endless movies about ***s, and nothing would actually get done. Cheers Grey * * * * Ooh, it's a crazy ol' dance, roll of the dice, life's so happenstance. I don't believe in fate, cos fate don't believe in me. Sometimes when I'm all alone, singin' to myself among the clay and the bones, I realise I'm seeking a sign, that all is forgiven in time... *chorus* and nobody understands why I'm diggin' like a madman here in the sand or why I work around the clock just to have a piece of shiny crap from under a rock, they'll say it's archaeology, a million years ago, when you still loved me. And all of this unearthed wealth keeps me busy but I guess you can't fool yourself. Underground with an ancient art, I just can't hide my broken heart... *chorus repeats out*
River Archaeology - A Neolithic Discovery Archaeologist & Historian James Balme is well known for his work and discoveries of ancient artefacts left behind in the soils and rivers that surround us by our ancestors here in Britain. James discovered an ancient settlement in a village close to his home almost 12 years ago where he found evidence dating back over 8000 years of human occupation. Recently James turned his attentions to serarching a river that has run through the settlement for thousands of years and the results of his new investigations are to say the least stunning with a Roman bronze bracelet and flint tools already recovered. During the making of this short film James recovered a Neolithic flint tool as the cameras were present. See for yourself this wonderful flint implement as it sees the light of day for the first time in over 6000 years. Buried deep in the river bed James recovered it with nothing more technical than a spade and a sand sieve and plenty of determination and belief in what he researches. This find is yet another important piece in the historical jigsaw of the area that James is slowly but surely putting back together.
What Is Archaeology? What the heck do archaeologists really do? Though you may not find many fedoras, whips, and (for the most part) mummies, archaeology is still a romantic, exciting, and interesting endeavor.
archaeology poem about the 60s Website Blog Facebook Archaeology © 2010 by Mick Cusimano Pyramids of condos line the desert of the town Ruins of a culture spawned by electric sound The expedition works its way to Harvard Square Anachronistic figure in jeans over there Stuck in the 60's like a car in the snow Reliving old memories only he can know His radio plays Hendrix wasn't it great back then? Peace marches, deadheads and psycedelic zen Now its computer games and the high tech blizzard How can it compare to Jim Morrison's lizard? The Magical Mystery tour has suddenly come to an end Time can stand still only if you pretend Is that the Maharishi or Tim Leary on the street? He's moving closer No it's the policeman on his beat "Move along hipster Woodstock's now a pasture. Get that software over to the office one step faster!"
Project Camelot interviews Klaus Dona, spiritual archaeologist Klaus Dona comes from the art world. As Art Exhibition Curator for the Habsburg Haus of Austria, Klaus has organized exhibitions world wide. With this background his approach to archeology is unconventional. He has traveled the world in search of unique and unexplained findings. Intrepid and unrelenting, he is on a mission to bring to the eye of the public such finds as giant bones, crystal skulls, carvings and sculptures in forms that do not fit into the contemporary view of our timeline. We spent an afternoon with him in Vienna talking at length about his process, his particularly stunning finds and why he is motivated to pursue this unusual vocation. Staunchly open minded, he refuses to retreat in the face of skepticism and doubt. Low on funding, he presses on to discover the real mysteries, going down through the centuries and excavating artifacts that science does not allow for, proving the existence of physical proof that humanity has barely grazed the surface of our heritage here on Earth. Kerry Lynn Cassidy Project Camelot
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Antique Archaeology, Pickin' America - Pickin Video Join Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz as they travel across America in search of the unusal and impossible.
Pepsi commercial - Archaeology A title presents 'Earth, sometime in the future.' An archaeologist is guiding students through a cave tour, identifying artefacts as they go. He identifies a ball and explains its usage, the same with a guitar. His students are impressed as they sip their Pepsi and an enthusiastic girl proffers another fossil. "What's this, professor?" she urges excitedly. Examining the long-gone Coca-Cola style bottle however, he is utterly baffled; "I've no idea!" Pepsi. The choice of a new generation. Pepsi: Archaeology Agency: BBDO New York Director: Joe Pytka Production: PYTKA Brand: Pepsi
The Archaeologist Song (from Laura Bow II) I had to do it... I had to put this up, because this song is just too silly and awesome NOT to be on YouTube. This is "I Want to Marry an Archaeologist" or simply "The Archaeologist Song" from Laura Bow II: The Dagger of Amon Ra. You can only hear this song if you have the voiced version of the game, though. For those of you who've never heard it before, THIS IS FOR YOU! EVERYONE, SING ALONG! SIIING! I want to marry an archaeologist And keep his artifacts warm I'd travel with him through jungles and deserts And weather out every storm If he wants me to, I'll burrow and dig On burials small and castles big Oh, I want to marry an archaeologist What a marvelous gig Mummy would love him and Daddy too We'd be famous and well-to-do Oh, I want to marry an archaeologist Then I could boop-e-doo, swahoo I could boop-e-doo, ooh! We'd play peek-a-boo! (Ooh!)
Digging for Trouble - Israel/Palestine Jan 2008 Are Israeli settlers taking control of archaeological digs to manipulate history and consolidate claims to Palestinian land? Some Israeli archaeologists are starting to speak out. The Palestinian village of Silwan is located just below the ancient City of David, in the heart of Jerusalem. Archaeological digs here are under the control of the right wing group, ELAD. The constant threat of demolition hovers over people's houses. It's part of ELAD's program to take over and occupy large parts of Silwan and make it Jewish?, complains archaeologist Dr Rafi Greenberg. Locals have already defeated one plan to destroy close to 100 houses. But despite this victory, the nature of Silwan has changed beyond recognition. As Greenberg laments?The place I knew as an Arab village with archaeology, turned into a place with armed guards, a place with amplified symbols of Israeli presence?.
Practical Archaeology Students learn how to dig and record on an archaeological site in Dorset, UK.
Archaeology the Card Game Tom Vasel reviews Archaeology the Card Game from Z-man Games. To buy the game, go to For more info and videos, go to
"Archaeology of Masada" Presentation part 1 This video is from our live stream archive of Brockport's 2011 Scholars Day. This is the first of two videos for the presentation titled "Archaeology of Masada." The presenter is Madelyn Padalino. To learn more about Scholars Day 2011 please visit www.brockport.edu/scholars
New Discoveries in Chinese Archaeology Features some of the most prolific archeological sites in China, including the Tomb of Qin Shi Huangdi, the First Emperor of the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and Sanxingdui.
Internet Archaeologists Find Ruins Of 'Friendster' Civilization Researchers conducting the Friendster excavation say the site has been deserted since the year 2005 AD
Archaeology: Digging for the Truth of the Bible A Creation Challenge to the Chickens of Evolution - (Whoops) Researchers: Ancient human remains found in Israel - Searching for Evolutionists Who will Defend Their Position (DEBATE DODGERS) Digging Through the Bible: David and Goliath - Among biblical figures whose existence has been attested by archaeology or other preserved ancient records are the following: Influential archeologists in Israel are declaring that archeology has proved "the Israelites were never in Egypt, did not conquer the land in a military campaign and did not pass it on the 12 tribes of Israel," and "the empire of David and Solomon never existed." At the same time, other leading archeologists strongly disagree, assuring us that such claims "are either grossly misleading, illogical, disingenuous or all three." Can the Old Testament be trusted for its historical account and does archeology provide evidence for its accuracy. What does the evidence say? Dr. Patton has personally investigated the claims and presents the evidence in a way that will allow you to draw your own conclusions. Dr. Patton has a broad educational background; four years at Florida College, Temple Terrace, FL (Bible); two years at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN (Geology); two years at Indiana Univ./Purdue Univ., Indianapolis, IN (Geology); two years, Pacific School of Graduate Studies. He has worked as Geologist in US, Canada ...
The Archaeologists Archaeologists in Ireland talk about their work.
Digital Archaeology: Unearthing Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel This project began from a simple idea: to explore how the latest generation of modeling and animation software could be used to breathe new life into a legendary building from the past. Our aim is to demonstrate that the advanced tools of contemporary design -- programs like AutoCAD, Rhino, 3Ds Max, VRay, and After Effects -- also have the potential to transform how we understand, research, and teach architectural history. The choice of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel (completed in 1923, demolished in 1967) as a vehicle for this exploration was inspired by several factors. Key among these was a sense of the hotel's critical importance both within Wright's career and within the history of modern architecture in Japan. We were also attracted by the complexity of Wright's space-making, the strangeness of his formal language and relentless ornamentation scheme, and the unfamiliarity of the hotel's handcrafted construction technique. All of these aspects clearly situate the project within a category of transitional or early modern architecture; yet the Imperial Hotel's deft integration of space, structure, ornament, and daylight into a pervasive, complex-yet-logical geometric system might hold strong allure and relevance for architects today. And Wright's emphasis on complex surface articulation and visual porosity might even be understood to foreshadow, paradoxically, the formal preoccupations of contemporary parametric design. -Mark Mulligan, Adjunct Associate Professor ...
Archaeologist Alain Zivie about the Tomb of Aper-el at Saqqara ( heritage- ) - French archaeologist Dr Alain Zivie shows some of the findings from the Tomb of the vizier Aper-el, which dates from the latter part of the 18th Dynasty, around 1353-1335 BC and are now stored at the Imhotep Museum at Saqqara. Dr Zivie explains that the difficulty in accessing the tomb meant that it was never raided in modern times, and only in ancient times when the thieves were not seeking antiquities.
Zahi Hawass on Archaeology Famous egyptologist Zahi Hawass talks about archeology. Check out more from Zahi Hawass on his new website, . World-renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass currently serves as Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, and directs ongoing excavations at Giza, Saqqara, and in the Valley of the Kings.
USC-UCLA Israeli-Palestinian Archaeology Working Group Israelis and Palestinians may not be able to agree right now on their present or future, but if a pair of Los Angeles archaeologists have their way, they soon will see eye to eye on their past. For the past five years, Lynn Swartz Dodd, an archaeologist at the University of Southern California, and Ran Boytner, a UCLA archaeologist, have guided a team of prominent Israeli and Palestinian archaeologists to arrive at the first-ever agreement on the disposition of the region's archaeological treasures following the establishment of a future Palestinian state. For more information, please visit www.usc.edu
World of Warcraft Cataclysm: Archaeology Guide 1-525 Easy Leveling by Tarou (WoW Gameplay/Tutorial) Clickhere to watch World of Warcraft Cataclysm: Jewelcrafting Gold Guide 12k per day! by Tarou (WoW Gameplay/Tutorial) World of Warcraft Cataclysm: Archaeology Guide 1-525 Easy Leveling by Tarou (WoW Gameplay/Tutorial) The newest secondary profession in World of Warcraft is Archaeology and if you have read the guide on my website or heard any rumors, it's one of the most time consuming professions to level to 525 as of yet. Hopefully, this video can take some of the sting out of the grueling leveling experience. Suggested Addons: Archy, TomTom, Bejeweled or Similar Thanks for watching^^ "Now Go Survey Some Dig Sites or Something! Yeeehaaaawww....." Guild: Tarou WoW Guides Server: Burning Legion(US) AH Addons: Auctioneer, APM, Auctionator, Postal, Selljunk Addons: DBM, Recount, Omen The music in this video is provided royalty free. (Creative Commons License) Song: Variation on Egmont, Sax Rock and Roll, Riptide Music by: © 2001-2008 Kevin MacLeod DIRECTOR'S CHANNEL: DIRECTOR's FACEBOOK: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow Machinima on Twitter! Machinima Inside Gaming Machinima Respawn Machinima Entertainment, Technology, Culture FOR MORE MACHINIMA, GO TO: FOR MORE GAMEPLAY, GO TO: FOR MORE SPORTS GAMEPLAY, GO TO: FOR MORE MMO & RPG GAMEPLAY, GO TO: FOR ...
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