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In an ideal world the motivations and practices of archaeology should form a study of non-biased, systematic exploration of all aspects and regions of the human past. However, humans are inherently biased creatures, and the subjectivity and personal... Read More!
Runestones have long held a fascination for me, both because of my Viking blood (my father is from Sweden and we usually go back every year to the family house) and because they are some of the only visible, above-ground remnants of early Scandinavian... Read More!
In 2008 I spent six weeks in Jordan participating in an archaeological excavation. It was a great experience, if only because it was so difficult that it taught me to appreciate my life in the United States more than I've ever done before. Between heat stroke... Read More!