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*******www.4-3-2-1GO**** Archaeology and Jobs is and informative video defining the study of Archaeology, its history, its present understandings, and jobs, careers and education leading to opportunities in this field.
27 Feb 2009
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5 Sep 2009
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Read the articles at *******www.heatheronhertravels****/ A visit to Byblos in Lebanon to see the archaeological remains of the old city that were built up by many different cuvlisations over thousands of years and were unclovered in the last century.
21 May 2010
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*******www.WarcraftBooster**** WoW Cataclysm Beta: Clockwork Gnome Archaeology pet PATCH 4.0.3.13117. A new rare companion pet who can be obtained with archaeology. It costs 100 dwarven archaeology fragments to make. It looks like the engineering pet, but everyone can get it. Before you get this item, a new descriptions appears in your archaeology list: "Mechagnomes were created by the titans, apparently as servants and caretakers, much like the earthen. This mechagnome was likely damaged because it is no longer focused on its original tasks and seems content to follow you".
13 Oct 2010
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*******www.WarcraftBooster**** [Cataclysm Beta] Skeletal Raptor Mount - Archaeology This is your world first look at the Skeletal Raptor live in the Cataclysm Beta. Discovered by Melianna of Beta Max.
13 Oct 2010
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Take a tour of Archaeological City of Butrint in Albania – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The Archaelogical City of Butrint in Albania resides on the Greek border. Butrint once served as a port from the Hellenistic era to the Ottoman Empire because of its ideal position in an inlet of the Adriatic Sea. Italian archaeologists first began excavations in 1928 and the uncovering of the ancient city soon followed. The wondrous site has been sensitive to the turmoil which has surrounded it, and was especially at risk during political conflict in 1997. Located atop a hill, the site contains incredible views of the surrounding Butrint National Park. The mysteries of the Archaeological City of Butrint are sure to inspire all who visit.
20 Jan 2011
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Take a tour of Archaeological Site of Volubilis in Meknes, Morocco – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The astounding archaeological site of Volubilis rests near the Moroccan city of Meknes in North Africa. An important outpost city of the Roman Empire, it stood on the grounds of a former Carthaginian settlement. This site is especially famed for holding the most well preserved Roman ruins in this region of North Africa. Many of the grand monuments, such as the ancient ruins of the basilica, date from the 2nd and 3rd centuries B.C. These momentous archaeological findings are a testament to several civilizations and nearly 2000 years of occupancy. Spread over an expansive 42 hectares of gorgeous landscape under the lovely blue sky, Volubilis will inspire pure admiration.
10 Feb 2011
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Take a tour of Archaeological Sites of Tyre in Lebanon – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. Known for its archaeological treasures, an ancient city rests on the Lebanese lands. Spread over three distinct excavated sites, an exhilarating display of gorgeous ruins adorn Tyre. Remains from many civilizations have been discovered in the city's premises. Among these, the most impressive is the Triumphal Arch that adorns the site of a previous Roman cemetery. Surrounding the arch are several colonnades, an aqueduct, and a bathhouse among other relics. Standing serenely amidst lovely greenery, this archaeologist's heaven is reminiscent of the architectural glory of ancient civilizations.
9 Mar 2011
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Take a tour of Archaeological Site of Sabratha in Sabratha, Libya – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. In the northwestern corner of Libya, is a fascinating piece of Mediterranean antiquity known as Sabratha. The city has been here since at least 500 BC, when the Phoenicians likely founded it. In the second and third centuries AD, the Roman Empire reached Sabratha and began to reconstruct the city in their image with their technology. The ruins here contain buildings and features from both the Romans and the Phoenicians, as well as other nearby cultures. One of the most amazing structures in the city is the ancient Roman theater, which is still fairly intact. Sabratha was linked to two other nearby cities, creating an important triple city system in the ancient world.
29 Apr 2011
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Take a tour of Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna in Al-Hums, Libya – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. Buried under the desert sands of what is now Libya, the city of Leptis Magna lay forgotten for hundreds of long years. Thanks to recent painstaking archaeological work, this beautiful place has once again emerged to the world of people. The city was built by the Phoenicians nearly a thousand years before the coming of the common era. Since its origins, Leptis Magna has seen Carthaginians, Punics, Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Berbers, and Arabs. The city gained its greatest glory under the Roman emperor Septimus Severus, whose birthplace it was. Now visitors can wander Leptis Magna, admiring the great structures such as the amphitheater, the gateways, the necropolis, and the temples.
29 Apr 2011
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*******www.4-3-2-1GO**** JudyAnne Pfeiffer-Parm a very successful work from home mom...describes the opportunities for travel while persuing various types of travel oriented careers around the globe.
16 Feb 2009
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How did one filmmaker bring this startling evidence to the publics eye? How did archaeology fail us? Movie maker Simcha Jacobovici of The Lost Tomb of Jesus explains that he had more resources and funds than archaeologists. Robotic cameras and other innovative technologies were used to assist in the production of the rediscovery and the film. <br /><br /> See the movie on Discovery Channel and Vision TV. The Lost Tomb of Jesus takes you on a journey through time back to the life of Jesus, Mary Mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Join Simcha Jacobovici as he unravels one of the oldest mysteries of the Christian religion, the quest for the tomb of Jesus. A tomb is found but with other bone boxes inside. Once deciphered, we learn that this might be the tomb of the Holy Family. With compelling scientific proof and tests, the mystery is solved but with monumental discoveries that could change Christianity. <br /><br /> This captivating movie is produced by award-winning documentary filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici and co-produced by James Cameron. The book, The Jesus Family Tomb, is co-written by Simcha Jacobovici and Charles Pellegrino. It is published by HarperCollins. The book and the movie will be interesting to those who love the bible, spirituality, religious symbols, archaeology, history, the da vinci code, the Holy Land and, above all, a good adventure!
26 Feb 2007
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Host (david beeler) Richard Lagina talks with comic archaeologist (tom konkle) about an ancient lost sketch troupe. On sale at Amazon search The Archaeology of Comedy or at www.daveandtom****
25 Feb 2008
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Dave and Tom's latest epic comedy The Archaeology of Comedy a silly, strange satire of discovery Channel and BBC documentaries.
17 Nov 2008
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