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EPISODE 1740: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Andrew Lawler, author of UNDER JERUSALEM, about the political archeology of the world's most contested city Andrew Lawler is author of three books, Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World's Most Contested City, The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke, a national bestseller, and Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?: The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization. As a journalist, he has written more than a thousand newspaper and magazine articles from more than two dozen countries. His byline has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Geographic, Smithsonian, and many others. He is contributing writer for Science and contributing editor for Archaeology. Andrew's work has appeared several times in The Best of Science and Nature Writing. Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of the most hotly contested pieces of land in the world. The center of Jerusalem and a place of importance to Muslims, Jews and Christians. The current location of the Dome of the Rock. Find out why it is important to you to know and understand the history and background of this piece of landscape, and what it may hold for the future. Andrew Lawler writes a wonderful article in Septembers National Geographic, listen to the podcast to learn more. Andrew Lawler Andrew Lawler is author of Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World's Most Contested City, the bestselling The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke, and the acclaimed Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?: The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Geographic, and Smithsonian. He is a contributing writer for Science and a contributing editor for Archaeology. Lawler's work has appeared several times in The Best of Science and Nature Writing.
Religionless Christianity Podcast Episode 192 How should Christians rank doctrine. It's something we all do but do we do it well. This week Nickie and I look at a very wise way of ranking doctrine. We also discuss again, AI's influence in the Christian church and a neat story from Archaeology. If you enjoy the content, please consider following or subscribing and leaving a nice review. God bless!! TIME STAMPS: INTRO- 00:00 DOCTRINE- 07:34 AI- 01:01:50 ARCHAEOLOGY- 01:28:56 ARTICLES: Robot Souls- https://tinyurl.com/4nr524hy Text Jesus- https://tinyurl.com/4drun77u ChatGPT Pastor- https://tinyurl.com/bdhusaa8 Archaeology- https://tinyurl.com/3rhajtp2 RECOMMENDED LISTENING: Drivetrain- https://macarthurcenter.org/the-expositor/ AFFILIATE LINK BIBLE RECOMMENDATIONS: BIBLE RECOMMENDATIONS: Genuine Leather ESV Study Bible- https://amzn.to/3sGETtO Reformation Study Bible- https://amzn.to/3L4O9hz NASB MacArthur Study Bible- https://amzn.to/3L89c2R Grace And Truth NIV Study Bible- https://amzn.to/3R4RyAT KJV Study Bible- https://amzn.to/45Ykw9L CSB Ancient Faith Study Bible- https://amzn.to/45QrQ7d Cardinall Contingency Solutions, LLC- teamcardinall.com Religionless Christianity Podcast every Saturday Grab a T-Shirt: Apparel — Religionless Christianity (religionlesschristianitypodcast.com) PLEASE COME JOIN US ON SOCIAL MEDIA OR CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE MINISTRY: EMAIL- email@example.com FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/ReligionlessChristianityPodcast TWITTER- https://twitter.com/ReligionlessC SUPPORT THE MINISTRY: PATREON- https://tinyurl.com/4jm7zj2s AMAZON AFFILIATE- https://amzn.to/3lV4cBP BEST BUY- https://bestbuy.7tiv.net/15JqMm BUY ME A COFFEE- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/RCPodcast CHRISTIAN BOOKS- https://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/home?event=AFF&p=1222679 Christian Podcast Community- https://podcasts.strivingforeternity.org/
A new MP3 sermon from Answers in Genesis Ministries is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Archaeology—It Confirms God’s Word! Subtitle: Answers with Ken Ham Speaker: Ken Ham Broadcaster: Answers in Genesis Ministries Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 9/14/2023 Length: 1 min.
The Rev. Dr. David Adams stopped in to talk with The Lutheran Witness about the limits of archaeology. Sometimes we expect that it will tell us more than it can. Adams explained that archaeology is about uncovering facts. The interpretation of those facts can vary dramatically from one archaeologist to the next. See the table of contents for the September issue of The Lutheran Witness. For more information on The Lutheran Witness or to subscribe to the magazine, please visit witness.lcms.org. Sound effect obtained from zapsplat.com.
Author David Rundell joins to discuss King Salman's incredible impact on Saudi Arabia. King Salman has played an enormously pivotal role for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the development of the modern Saudi state. Before the conversation, the hosts discuss an archaeology summit taking place in Al Ula this week, an interesting and exciting new investment made by Saudi Aramco's VC arm, Wa'ed, into a company that is building new homes using 3D printing, and much more as always in the program's Yallah! segment.7:36 - Richard's One Big Thing is AlUla's invite-only AlUla World Archaeological Summit taking place this week. The three-day summit's program of panels, discussions and excursions commenced yesterday at Maraya Concert Hall, the ancient region's giant mirror-cladded multipurpose venue located amid a wealth of archaeological treasures stemming from the Neolithic era to the early 20th century. 16:26 - Lucien's One Big Thing is Aramco's VC arm Wa'ed and its investment into an exciting, California-based 3D homebuilding company called Mighty Buildings. The company claims its proprietary printed material, made of 60% recycled glass, is five times the strength of concrete, 70% the weight and produces fewer carbon emissions during manufacturing. It's also rated for winds up to 150 miles per hour — hurricane-force, in other words — and compliant with the California Building Code, including Title 24 Energy requirements and other regulatory standards. Mighty Buildings employs ultraviolet light to cure its material off-site. This allows for “highly refined” and “unique” shapes with a range of customization options, the startup says, while reducing waste as only the material that's required is cured.28:36 - Author David Rundell joins to discuss King Salman's incredible impact on Saudi Arabia. Rundell spent 15 of his 30 total years in service as a diplomat in Saudi Arabia, including as Chief of Mission. Lately, Mr. Rundell has been active in providing commentary and analysis in the media -- two items from David which we've referenced recently on The 966 include his recent piece for the online publication Unherd, entitled “How MBS wins friends and influences people,” and for Newsweek earlier this year, entitled Saudi Arabia's True Role in 9/11, in which he and fellow author Michael Gfoeller dispel some common myths on Saudi Arabia's connection to those attacks.56:44 - Yallah! Top storylines on Saudi Arabia this week ---•Saudi Arabia is working on its own major commercial cruise line brand designed for those with “Arabian preferences.” AROYA Cruises sets sail next year with a single ship, formerly known as World Dream, the last remaining ship of the struggling Dream Cruises company.•The United States and Saudi Arabia are in talks to secure metals in Africa needed to help them with their energy transitions, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people with knowledge of the talks.•Noor Riyadh, the Largest Light Art Festival in the World, will return for its third edition in Riyadh, with the festival running from November 30 to December 16, 2023, and the exhibition from November 30, 2023 to March 2, 2024.•Saudi Arabia's new Red Sea International airport (RSI) is on track to open this year along with the first three resorts at The Red Sea destination and Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) will become the first airline to operate out of the airport. •Saudi Arabia's new Red Sea International airport (RSI) is on track to open this year along with the first three resorts at The Red Sea destination and Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) will become the first airline to operate out of the airport.•The company formed to build the kilometre-high Jeddah Tower in the Saudi city of Jeddah has restarted work on the scheme and has drawn up a list of contractors who may complete the structure.
Episode #102. This week on the podcast I am thrilled to be joined by Kate Myers. Kate studied archaeology at Penn and recently published her first novel, Excavations. She's lived in New York, LA, and DC and worked for CBS in TV development, CollegeHumor and BuzzFeed. She's currently at work on her second novel and lives in Annapolis, Maryland with her husband and daughter. In today's conversation, Kate shares the process of getting her book published. She was so open and honest about the process and her sense of humor made the conversation so much fun. She shares how important it is to not give up on our dreams even in the face of lots of rejection. Connect with Kate: Website Connect with Lupe: Website Instagram
As humanity ventures into space, the line between science and spirituality blurs, giving rise to new forms of cosmic consecration, energetic resonance, and celestial sanctuaries. From ancient fossils gaining universal sanctification to the possibility of elite secret rituals in outer space, we're forced to reimagine the sacred in a multi-planetary context. The cosmos becomes not just a frontier for scientific discovery but also a celestial cathedral where the mysteries of existence might be explored and potentially unlocked.New! Follow Troubled Minds TV Here! -- https://bit.ly/43I9HHeLIVE ON Digital Radio! http://bit.ly/3m2Wxom or http://bit.ly/40KBtlWSay Hi to James at the https://www.midmichiganparacon.com/ Nov 4th/5thhttp://www.troubledminds.org Support The Show!https://rokfin.com/creator/troubledmindshttps://patreon.com/troubledmindshttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/troubledmindshttps://troubledfans.comFriends of Troubled Minds! - https://troubledminds.org/friendsShow Schedule Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed-Thurs 7-10pstiTunes - https://apple.co/2zZ4hx6Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2UgyzqMTuneIn - https://bit.ly/2FZOErSTwitter - https://bit.ly/2CYB71U----------------------------------------https://troubledminds.org/a-chapel-of-cosmic-reflections-ancestral-consecration-in-space/https://www.livescience.com/archaeology/i-am-horrified-archaeologists-are-fuming-over-ancient-human-relative-remains-sent-to-edge-of-spacehttps://www.celestis.com/https://elysiumspace.com/https://www.history.com/news/buzz-aldrin-communion-apollo-11-nasahttps://religionnews.com/2019/07/17/5-faith-facts-about-the-moon-landing-space-communion-and-a-prayer-league-of-its-own/https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-57592243https://nypost.com/2023/08/31/still-no-evidence-of-mass-graves-of-indigenous-children-in-canada/https://www.magicalrecipesonline.com/2023/09/september-9-the-nine-nine-9-9-portal-of-completion.htmlhttps://empathplanet.com/99-september-9-closing-toxic-chapters/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4953916/advertisement
Zimbabwe's ruling party has rigged another election, and it's going beyond that, normalizing election steals so the people will soon know only the ruling party. There are sobering lessons that the democracies and republics of the world should draw from this. The city of Tyre features in Bible prophecy, and archaeology may be uncovering proof of its fulfillment. The BRICS nations are dead set on closing the curtain on the U.S.-dominated economic order, and their numbers are dramatically growing. The Last Word is about some of the Bible's psalms that appear to have an unknown author. A closer look reveals that is not the case. Links [02:04] Zimbabwe's Stolen Elections (10 minutes) "Zimbabwe Elections: The Anatomy of a Steal” [12:35] Tyre in Archaeology (19 minutes) [31:53] BRICS Against the U.S. (11 minutes) “Will BRICS End the Rule of the Dollar?” [42:02] LAST WORD: The Psalms (7 minutes)
Wir springen in dieser Folge ins 7. Jahrhundert vdZw. Schauplatz ist Kleinasien, genauer Lydien, dessen Herrscher Alyattes etwas tun wird, das die Welt für immer verändern wird: Er beginnt Münzen zu prägen. Wir sprechen über diese frühe Ausbreitung einer Geldwirtschaft und welche Auswirkungen das auf Lydien und die Region grundsätzlich hatte. //Literatur Barclay Vincent Head. The Coinage of Lydia and Persia. Andesite Press, 2017. David Schaps. The Invention of Coinage and the Monetization of Ancient Greece. University of Michigan Press, 2003. Melitz, Jacques. „A Model of the Beginnings of Coinage in Antiquity“. European Review of Economic History, 14. Dezember 2016, ereh;hew018v1. https://doi.org/10.1093/ereh/hew018. Peter Högemann und Norbert Oettinger. Lydien: Ein altanatolischer Staat zwischen Griechenland und dem Vorderen Orient. Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2018. Wallace, Robert W. „The Origin of Electrum Coinage“. American Journal of Archaeology 91, Nr. 3 (1987): 385–97. https://doi.org/10.2307/505360. Das Episodenbild zeigt beide Seiten einer Elektronmünze aus der frühen lydischen Münzprägezeit. Tickets für unsere Liveauftritte im Herbst gibt es hier: https://www.contrapromotion.com/ Und wer unser Buch, das am 28.9. erscheinen wird, vorbestellen will, kann das im gut sortierten Buchhandel oder hier tun: https://www.piper.de/buecher/geschichten-aus-der-geschichte-isbn-978-3-492-06363-0 //Aus unserer Werbung Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/GeschichtenausderGeschichte NEU: Wer unsere Folgen lieber ohne Werbung anhören will, kann das über eine kleine Unterstützung auf Steady oder ein Abo des GeschichteFM-Plus Kanals auf Apple Podcasts tun. Wir freuen uns, wenn ihr den Podcast bei Apple Podcasts oder wo auch immer dies möglich ist rezensiert oder bewertet. Wir freuen uns auch immer, wenn ihr euren Freundinnen und Freunden, Kolleginnen und Kollegen oder sogar Nachbarinnen und Nachbarn von uns erzählt!
We are raiding the Guardian Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2020: What links an eccentric Oxford classics don, billionaire US evangelicals, and a tiny, missing fragment of an ancient manuscript?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
In this episode of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, the team discusses the latest news out of China concerning recently discovered remains of a possible third human lineage. Next, the team discusses the upcoming Arkhaios Film Festival for cultural heritage and archaeology. The Seven Ages team is happy to welcome the world-renowned paleoanthropologist Dr. Lee Berger to the show for his first appearance. Dr. Berger joins us to discuss his new book Cave of Bones: A True Story of Discovery, Adventure, and Human Origins. We also go in-depth on the new Netflix documentary Unknown: Cave of Bones. Lee Berger is an award-winning paleoanthropologist whose explorations into human origins on the African continent, Asia, and Micronesia for the past three decades have resulted in many new discoveries, including the discovery of two new species of early human relatives – Australopithecus sediba and Homo naledi. These discoveries were recognized by the Smithsonian as among the ten most important scientific discoveries of the decade in 2020. A current National Geographic Explorer in Residence, Berger won the first National Geographic Society Research and Exploration Prize in 1997. He was also named the Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year in 2016 and two years later, became an Explorer at Large. In 2016 he was named one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World. Berger has held positions at the University of the Witwatersrand, in South Africa since 1991, where until recently he served as the Phillip Tobias Chair in Human Evolution. He has also served in a number of advisory roles, including the Global Young Academy, the Jane Goodall Institute South Africa, and has chaired the Fulbright Commission. As an Explorer in Residence, Berger leads National Geographic's “Rising Star” project, named for the cave system and fossil site in southern Africa where he conducts his research. Teams under his leadership have recovered more individual hominid remains in sub-equatorial Africa over the last decade than were recovered in the previous 90 years. The 2015 PBS Nova National Geographic documentary "Dawn of Humanity" about Berger's discovery of Homo naledi and the Rising Star expedition was nominated for an Emmy. Berger's curiosity and passion for understanding the roots of humanity powers his work to advance knowledge about the origins of our species. X (Formerly Twitter) Instagram Facebook Seven Ages Official Site Patreon Youtube News and Guest Links: Remains found in China may belong to third human lineage Cave of Bones: A True Story of Discovery, Adventure, and Human Origins Arkhaios Film Festival
This episode originally aired on June 25, 2017. The hosts were Emily Long and Chelsi Slotten. The guests were Jenny McNiven, Kirsten Lopez, Lindsay Doyle, and Natalie Clark. On this episode, the hosts talked about the logistics of having kids as an archaeologist. They discuss the ups and downs, the necessary planning, and provide advice... Continue Reading → The post Repost – Kids and Archaeology appeared first on Women In Archaeology.
We have the pleasure of meeting our next guest, Christy Williams, in the heart of Moab, Utah, at the KZMU FM studios—a renowned NPR community station known for its unique blend of public radio, broadcasting on frequencies 90.1 and 106.7 FM. Christy's presence is felt not just through the airwaves, but in the hearts of those who have come to know her as a DJ and radio talk show host for many years.Christy's lifelong affinity for music has been a constant thread in her narrative. Even as young as three, she can vividly recall moments spent in Missouri with her parents, where she was captivated by Annie Williams and her musical talents. Singing and performing "Moon River" for her parents remains an early memory etched in her mind.Growing up in Kansas City, her passion for music found an outlet in the high school choir. A pivotal figure emerged during those years—a teacher who believed in her, providing the inspiration and encouragement that can alter the trajectory of one's life. It's a testament to the profound impact a single individual can have, shaping the course of someone's journey.Christy's connection to her community runs deep, and her giving nature reflects this bond. Her roles as a Grand County Hospice Chaplain, counselor, somatic archaeologist, and Moab Art Director exemplify her commitment to enriching the lives of those around her. Furthermore, her partnership with a holistic and spiritual individual mirrors her own growth journey.As she recounts her experiences, Christy imparts a valuable lesson—her path was not immune to poor judgments and challenging choices. Yet, it's these very decisions that have led her to the most extraordinary and fulfilling journeys. It's a reminder to embrace life boldly, make choices that resonate with your true self, and trust that life's journey will catch you when you stumble.Join us and Christy as we delve into The Jar, navigating her unique story, her connection to music, and her unwavering commitment to her community. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Season Two. Episode Seven. Mission For Macedonian Revival. Hosts Dirk and Brooke reconnect with Nikola Galevski after meeting him recently on an EEM trip to North Macedonia. Nikola Galevski was born and raised in Skopje, Macedonia. Coming from a traditional Orthodox family, his faith was ignited in his youth through the witness of the local Evangelical Church in Skopje and with a special gift of God's Word. These events in his life inspired a life-long mission to share God's love with as many as possible. After finishing a BA in Art History and Archaeology, together with his wife Anet (who died from cancer in 2021), they both pursued master theological and ministry preparation studies at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada, under the mentorship of Dr. Gordon Fee and Dr. Rikki E. Watts. Upon graduation, Anet and Nikola returned to Macedonia in 2005 to lead the Macedonian IFES/IVCF, start their second church plant, and initiate numerous evangelistic, outreach, educational, publishing, and music projects. Nikola and Anet have one daughter, Giselle-Maria Galevska. Apart from being a pastor of Evangelical Church Soulcraft, Nikola Galevski is a university evangelist, and lecturer in biblical studies, preaching, mission, and visual arts in North Macedonia and internationally. His utmost desire is to wholeheartedly love God and love people. Learn more about Nikola from scholarleaders.org. Every story is a living example of Isaiah 55:11. To learn how you can partner with us to provide God's Word, go to: EEM.ORG Follow us on: PRAY.COM
In this episode of the I Can't Sleep Podcast, fall asleep learning about Archaeology. Movies may have made this subject more exciting to me than this wikipedia article conveys. It's dry, almost interesting at times, and, well, seems to do the job of putting you to sleep. Happy sleeping! BetterHelp Visit BetterHelp.com/icantsleep today to get 10% off your first month HelloFresh Go to HelloFresh.com/50icantsleep and use code 50icantsleep for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months. Ad-Free Episodes Want an ad-free experience? Follow this link to support the podcast and get episodes with no ads: https://icantsleep.supportingcast.fm/ Jupiter CBD Oil Save 20% off your first purchase by entering GETSLEEP upon checkout, or click here: https://www.getjupiter.com/share/icantsleep SleepPhones Follow this affiliate link to purchase headphones you can fall asleep with: https://www.sleepphones.com/?aff=793 then enter the code ICANTSLEEP10 at checkout to receive a discount. This content is derived from the Wikipedia article Archaeology, available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) license. The article can be accessed at https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Over 2000 years ago, Babylon was the largest, wealthiest city in the world -- but it didn't last. Learn about its past, present, and myths in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://history.howstuffworks.com/history-vs-myth/babylon.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I say goodbye to Jimmy Buffett, discuss the rereleased 1991 game Machineguns & Magic, announce my September contest, talk about a movie that should be remade, and highlight some current projects. Machineguns & Magic https://www.pigames.net/store/default.php?cPath=161 Force: Five on Tubi https://tubitv.com/movies/100001022/force-five Mystic Days: Caldwell Edition https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mysticdays/mystic-days-caldwell-edition/rewards Anthropology and Archaeology; A Blog Carnival Call-to-Arms! https://foreignplanets.blogspot.com/2023/08/anthropology-and-archaeology-blog.html Ways to contact me: Google Voice Number for US callers: (540) 445-1145 Speakpipe for international callers: https://www.speakpipe.com/NerdsRPGVarietyCast The podcast's email at nerdsrpgvarietycast 'at' gmail 'dot' com Find me on a variety of discords including the Audio Dungeon Discord. Invite for the Audio Dungeon Discord https://discord.gg/j5H8hGr PLAY web forum http://www.dekahedron.com/boards/index.php Home page for this show https://nerdsrpgvarietycast.carrd.co/ Home page for Cerebrevore, the TTRPG panel discussion podcast https://cerebrevore.carrd.co/ Come to: GrogCon in Orlando, FL on 29 Sep to 1 Oct, 2023 https://www.grogcon.com/grogcon4/ Proud member of the Grog-talk Empire having been bestowed the title of The Governor Most Radiant Grandeur Baron The Belligerent Hero of The Valley. https://www.grogcon.com/podcast/ Ray Otus did the coffee cup art for this show, you can find his blog at https://rayotus.carrd.co/ TJ Drennon provides music for my show. Colin Green at Spikepit https://anchor.fm/spikepit provided the "Have no fear" sound clip. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason376/message
Chris and Wendy Yi take a look at a pile of games from one of their favorite designers, Phil Walker-Harding. This pile includes Sushi Go, Archaeology, Cacao, Pack of Heroes, Imhotep, Imhotep the Duel, Gizmos, Barenpark, Gingerbread House, Adventure Games: The Dungeon, Sushi Roll, Cloud City, and Silver & Gold.
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IT'S TRUE—if you want to do archaeology in Israel, you go into the field with a shovel in one hand and a Bible in the other. Dr. Mike Freikman (https://huji.academia.edu/MikeFreikman) of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem joins us this week to discuss his current excavation at Tell Beit Mirsim. The site, located about 12-1/2 miles southwest of Hebron, was excavated more than 90 years ago by one of the giants of biblical archaeology, William F. Albright. Dr. Freikman, who's done the most recent excavations on the Copper Age megalithic site on the Golan Heights called Gilgal Refaim (“Wheel of the Giants”) and the nearby serpent-shaped ridge we've dubbed the Serpent Mound of Bashan, explains why he's returning to a site that hasn't been positively identified with a place named in the Bible—especially when that means following in the footsteps of one of the pioneers of archaeology in Israel.If you're interested in volunteering to help dig at an ancient Judean city destroyed in 701 BC by the Assyrian king Sennacherib, contact Mike by email at Michel.Freikman@mail.huji.ac.il.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4656375/advertisement
This Quoircast episode is brought to you by The Seeds of De(con)struction by Nat Turney. The book is availalbe now on Amazon.com, and is published by Quior.Matthew J. Korpman is a rising biblical scholar, itinerant preacher, and theological arsonist. Currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Religion at Yale Divinity School, he holds four bachelor degrees in Theology, Archaeology, Philosophy, and Screenwriting. He has traveled and excavated in Israel and Jordan, and is proud to call San Diego, California his home. Matthew has written the book Saying No to God: A Radical Approach to Reading the Bible Faithfully published by Quior.You can follow Matthew on:Facebook Instagram Twitter TikTok YouTubeYou can find all things Matthew Korpman related on his websiteYou can purchase Saying No to God on Amazon.comYou can connect with This Is Not Church on:Facebook Instagram Twitter TikTok YouTubeAlso check out our Linktree for all things This Is Not Church relatedPlease like and follow our Quoircast Partners:Heretic Happy Hour Messy Spirituality Apostates Anonymous Second Cup with KeithIdeas Digest The New Evangelicals Snarky Faith Podcast Wild Olive Deadly FaithEach episode of This Is Not Church Podcast is expertly engineered by our producer The Podcast Doctor Eric Howell. If you're thinking of starting a podcast you need to connect with Eric!
This episode is the second of a two-episode series on the production of archaeological knowledge in Lebanon produced by Nelly Abboud, contributing editor to the Archaeology Section at American Anthropologist. The series invokes the concept of an “open mic,” or a live show in which members of the audience–no matter their professional stature–take the stage to share their observations, critiques, and analysis. Nelly's guests are early and mid-career archaeologists working in archaeology and museum worlds that remain elitist and exclusively reserved for members of a privileged and well-established social class. In each episode, she gives the metaphorical floor to a young voice in Lebanese archaeology and asks them to discuss their career within this system and the place of archaeology in contemporary Lebanese public life. Today, we hear from Dr. Sarah Mady, lecturer in anthropology at Fordham University. Before moving to the United States in 2015, Sarah was a full-time field archaeologist and a research assistant at the University of Balamand, where she had been building a career since 2006. In this episode, Sarah connects the current state of the field of Lebanese archaeology to decades of colonialism, politics, sectarianism, and elitism. Nelly Abboud is a freelance museum educator, founder, and director of Museolab, a cultural Lab that works on promoting cultural heritage through the use of experiential learning tools and methods. She is also a researcher interested in heritage and museum studies, cultural memory, public archaeology, and social collective impact. Dr. Sarah Mady holds a Ph.D. from Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She is an adjunct lecturer at Fordham University. Her research studies healing shrines in North Lebanon and the ways in which women and mothers have produced and used these spaces as a part of their daily lives and lived religion. NB: Since this episode was recorded, Sarah Mady has successfully completed her doctoral studies and now holds a PhD in Archaeology from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Credits: Writing, Production, & Editing: Nelly Abboud Production Support: Anar Parikh Thumbnail Image: Sarah Mady Featured Music: ‘Hanging Moon' by Le Trio Joubran Executive Producer: Anar Parikh
It's time for another edition of Think Theory Radio's "Awesome Archaeology!!!" Do ancient skulls found in China & Turkey challenge the origins of human evolution? Does new findings on the island of Santorini point to the fabled Atlantis? Did scientists identify the oldest cave "drawings" made by Neanderthals? Plus, magic talismans, Europe's oldest village, and an ancient synagogue in Russia!
Animals and tricksters are highly prominent beings in the mythology of the San Bushmen of southern Africa, as well as of hunter-gatherers in other regions of the world. Their actions and interactions provide the plot lines for most of the stories people tell about myth time. Why are these two beings so preeminent in San mythology and storytelling? Is there a connection between the two beings? Mathias Guenther discusses these two questions and the answer reveals a deep – and deep-rooted –mystical connection also between animals and humans. The hunting-gathering people that provide the cultural context for my talk are the San Bushmen of southern Africa, amongst whom I have done ethnographic field work. I will also consider hunter-gatherers from other parts of the world, both from present or recent times and from prehistory. These considerations may shed some light on certain aspects of prehistoric cave paintings. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 39004]
Stephen SchwartzMy life has been spent exploring extraordinary human functioning, and how individuals and small groups can, and have, affected social change. I've done this both as an experimentalist in parapsychology, and by being privileged to have been a part of several major social transformations: civil rights in the 1960s, the transformation of the military from an elitist conscription organization to an all-voluntary meritocracy in the 70s, and citizen diplomacy between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 80s and 90s. Both the experiences and the research have convinced me that all life is interconnected and interdependent; which you'll see reflected in the site's several sections: my books, and research papers on Remote Viewing and Archaeology, Anthropology, Medicine and Healing, Creativity, and Social Policy; magazine articles and interviews; biographical material; and, experiential CDs, videos, and DVDs. You can read much of this material online, and download what you find of particular interest.I invite you to also take a look at my Schwartzreport.schwartzreport.orgThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2790919/advertisement
Political, financial and environmental crises coupled to the rise of social media have, in recent years, created a perfect storm of mis- and disinformation that leverage long standing reservoirs of belief within and across communities. These stories on social media mirror face-to-face storytelling and other storytelling environments in that they allow for the negotiation of cultural ideology (norms, beliefs, values), yet they also change the scope, speed and amplification of that storytelling. Importantly, storytelling has real world effects, and often motivates people to take action. We present a graphical model of the underlying narrative frameworks, estimated from the data itself, and show how various network based methods can form the basis for understanding the narrative coherence—and their possible outcomes—even when the discussions on social media are incomplete and noisy, as conversations in real life often are. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 39003]
Lucia Carminati's book Seeking Bread and Fortune in Port Said: Labor Migration and the Making of the Suez Canal, 1859-1906 (U California Press, 2023) probes migrant labor's role in shaping the history of the Suez Canal and modern Egypt. It maps the everyday life of Port Said's residents between 1859, when the town was founded as the Suez Canal's northern harbor, and 1906, when a railway connected it to the rest of Egypt. Through groundbreaking research, Carminati provides a ground-level perspective on the key processes touching late nineteenth-century Egypt: heightened domestic mobility and immigration, intensified urbanization, changing urban governance, and growing foreign encroachment. By privileging migrants' prosaic lives, Seeking Bread and Fortune in Port Said shows how unevenness and inequality laid the groundwork for the Suez Canal's making. Lucia Carminati is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of Archaeology, Conservation, and History at the University of Oslo. She is a historian of migration and the modern Middle East, researching the social and cultural history of Egypt in the 19th and 20th centuries, focusing on migratory routes and mobility at large, imperial interests, and infrastructural transformations. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult sciences, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Lucia Carminati's book Seeking Bread and Fortune in Port Said: Labor Migration and the Making of the Suez Canal, 1859-1906 (U California Press, 2023) probes migrant labor's role in shaping the history of the Suez Canal and modern Egypt. It maps the everyday life of Port Said's residents between 1859, when the town was founded as the Suez Canal's northern harbor, and 1906, when a railway connected it to the rest of Egypt. Through groundbreaking research, Carminati provides a ground-level perspective on the key processes touching late nineteenth-century Egypt: heightened domestic mobility and immigration, intensified urbanization, changing urban governance, and growing foreign encroachment. By privileging migrants' prosaic lives, Seeking Bread and Fortune in Port Said shows how unevenness and inequality laid the groundwork for the Suez Canal's making. Lucia Carminati is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of Archaeology, Conservation, and History at the University of Oslo. She is a historian of migration and the modern Middle East, researching the social and cultural history of Egypt in the 19th and 20th centuries, focusing on migratory routes and mobility at large, imperial interests, and infrastructural transformations. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult sciences, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at email@example.com or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies
Lucia Carminati's book Seeking Bread and Fortune in Port Said: Labor Migration and the Making of the Suez Canal, 1859-1906 (U California Press, 2023) probes migrant labor's role in shaping the history of the Suez Canal and modern Egypt. It maps the everyday life of Port Said's residents between 1859, when the town was founded as the Suez Canal's northern harbor, and 1906, when a railway connected it to the rest of Egypt. Through groundbreaking research, Carminati provides a ground-level perspective on the key processes touching late nineteenth-century Egypt: heightened domestic mobility and immigration, intensified urbanization, changing urban governance, and growing foreign encroachment. By privileging migrants' prosaic lives, Seeking Bread and Fortune in Port Said shows how unevenness and inequality laid the groundwork for the Suez Canal's making. Lucia Carminati is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of Archaeology, Conservation, and History at the University of Oslo. She is a historian of migration and the modern Middle East, researching the social and cultural history of Egypt in the 19th and 20th centuries, focusing on migratory routes and mobility at large, imperial interests, and infrastructural transformations. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult sciences, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
In this week's episode, Zofia flips the script and is interviewed by returning guest, Dr Briana King. This episode will be part one of an ongoing look at how the ancient world is used in different media today!I discuss with Dr King the history of “Classics” and what we mean when we discuss classical reception. Our first conversation is meant to lay down the foundational context for understanding what it means when classical images and stories are incorporated into modern media through books, music, film, and more. I will explore the history of the transmission of the ‘Classical Past' into the Renaissance and Enlightenment periods, with a special focus on the art of Empire of Jacques-Louis David, and Neo-Classical Edinburgh and its architectural legacy of appropriating the past to project a colonial future of the British Empire. To follow Dr King's academic work, check out her page on Academia.Edu.My chapter in the Palgrave Macmillan volume, Comics, and Archaeology: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-98919-4_5To get in touch and find out more about Two Friends Talk History:Find us on InstagramSupport us through Patreon Buy our merch on RedbubbleExplore more resources and topics about the ancient world on ArchaeoArtistMusic by the wonderfully talented Chris SharplesIllustration by Zofia GuertinIf you'd like to get in touch, email at email@example.com.
In this episode of In Our Expert Opinion Real Estate Podcast, Linda and Chad are joined by Sarah Miller, the Regional Director for the Northeast and East Central Centers of the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN). Hosted by Flagler College, FPAN is made up of regional centers in Florida that are dedicated to preserving the state's rich archaeological heritage. During this discussion, Sarah shares about her work at FPAN as well as provides insights into Florida's ancient cemeteries, the balance between archaeological preservation and development, and some of the common challenges within her line of work. Learn more at SVNsaunders.com and fpan.us.Resource links:Florida Master Site File- https://dos.myflorida.com/historical/preservation/master-site-file/Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) - https://www.fpan.us/Seminole Tribe of Florida - https://www.semtribe.com/stof
A GROWING BODY of evidence links the giants of the pre-Flood world with ancient Canaan and the mysterious island of Sardinia off the west coast of Italy. Author, filmmaker, and explorer Timothy Alberino (www.timothyalberino.com), who is our special guest on our 2024 tour of Israel, joins us to discuss the hundreds of giants' tombs on Sardinia. They are used to this day in a rite of passage tradition where young teens will spend the night inside a tomb to absorb the energy of the giants believed to be buried underneath. We also discuss the archaeological evidence connecting the Nuragic civilization of Sardinia and Canaan of the Late Bronze Age, specifically the site in Israel near Megiddo called El Ahwat, which features architecture not found in ancient Canaan—but nearly identical to Nuragic construction on Sardinia. Finally, we speculate on why Sardinia has so many giants' tombs. Derek misspoke—more than 800 have been discovered on the island!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4656375/advertisement
Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child is #1 New York Times bestselling co-authors of the Agent Pendergast, Gideon Crew, Nora Kelly, Wyman Ford series, and the novel Relic, which was made into a feature film. They are co-authors of the new book DEAD MOUNTAIN. Douglas Preston also wrote the novels The Lost City of the Monkey God and Jennie, which was made into a movie by Disney. Lincoln Child wrote the Jeremy Logan series. They join the show to discuss how they linked up and the secrets to successful writing collaboration. Websites: www.lincolnchild.com www.prestonchild.com
This week on Talking History, we're excavating the history of Medieval Dublin - finding out what life was like back then and what archaeological evidence can reveal. Joining Patrick Geoghegan is: • Ruth Johnson, Dublin's City Archaeologist, protecting, managing and investigating the city's oldest heritage. She completed a PhD in Medieval History at TCD. • Paul Duffy, archaeologist, historian and author, specialising in medieval and urban archaeology. His historical research centres on the Crusades and, in particular, Irish involvement in the thirteenth century Cathar Crusade in Languedoc. • Dr Grace O'Keeffe, a medieval historian based in Dublin and the editor of Archaeology Ireland. Her doctoral research in TCD was on the hospital of St John the Baptist in medieval Dublin. • And Dr Catherine Swift, Department of History, Mary Immaculate College Limerick. Research interests include Medieval Ireland with particular interest in ogham stones, St Patrick, Old Irish historical sources, Scandinavian society and settlement in Ireland, Brian Boru and the kingdom of Thomond, Anglo-Norman colony of the Mid-West and DNA studies of medieval Irish population. She has an M.Phil in Archaeology from the University of Durham, a D.Phil in History from University of Oxford and an M.Phil in Early Irish Language.
The Vinca culture of Serbia is one of the first human civilisations. Possibly the first to smelt copper, one of the earliest uses of a symbolic proto-script and a hyper industrious producer of advanced ceramics including the earliest anthropomorphic life size clay busts. Yet few know of the wonders of this ancient culture. In this episode, I spoke to the historian Ben Elliott who travelled to Serbia to make a film called Quest for Vinca which aims to increase awareness of these fascinating Neolithic people. Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/survivethejiveBen's linkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-elliott-292612282/