A lovely night at home. #love #cat #reading #scifi #wool #hugehowey
A new comic! Drawn on terrible paper before scanning, because it got big before I even realized.
I’ve been on good terms with myself before, but this last year has really been incredible.
Here’s to 25 more, eh?
Happy Birthday to the awesome Kate Leth.
Douglas Owsley, the division head for physical anthropology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, presented today a forensic analysis of 17th-century human remains proving that survival cannibalism took place in historic Jamestown. The findings answer a long-standing question among historians about the occurrence of cannibalism at Jamestown during the deadly winter of 1609–1610 known as the “starving time”—a period during which about 80 percent of the colonists died. The announcement was made with chief archeologist William Kelso from the Jamestown Rediscovery Project at Preservation Virginia, and historian James Horn, vice president of research and historical interpretation at Colonial Williamsburg; each expert provided context about the discovery and the history of the site.
Know where you stand.
My name is Becca Booker, and I am originally from East Tennessee. I received my anthropology undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University. Currently I am at the University of West Florida working on my masters degree. I am working at UWF as a GTA and at the Gulf Adventure Center as a zip-line guide. My career goal is to become a maritime archaeologist.
The City of Tampa (by Andrew Derlikowski)
Check it out, one of my good friends created a video on his thesis project: The City of Tampa!
A great video by a great guy!!
"She-Urchins" 1961 Seattle, Washington
Divers returning to the site of an ancient wreck off the Greek island of Antikythera have found artefacts scattered over a wide area of the steep, rocky sea floor. These include intact pottery, the ship’s anchor and some puzzling bronze objects. The team believes that hundreds more items could…