This post is about the marvellous rock paintings of the Latmos Mountains, the range in western Turkey today known as Beşparmak. These prehistoric paintings (6th-5th mill. BCE) have the human being as part of a society as the main subject and are unique. Harald Hauptmann described the paintings as follows: The singular pictorial language of Latmic […]
This is a great article from @lincolnablades. We are so inundated with American media, culture, and even American historical debates that we often try to find Canadian equivalencies, rather than exploring the "nuances that define our specific national and ethnic experiences." https://twitter.com/lincolnablades/status/1407341401721946124
"The Electric Pleasure District: The West End of London in the Age of Empire" is a free online event organised by @LonJournal on 25th June. Further details and event booking available here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-electric-pleasure-district-the-west-end-of-london-in-the-age-of-empire-tickets-155650640255?aff=estw&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-source=tw&utm-term=checkoutwidget @EventbriteUK
I'm extremely grateful to @timloughton MP and the All Party Parliamentary Archaeology Group who have written to @sheffielduni asking that the decision to close @UniShefArch is reconsidered.
We have support from across the political spectrum to #SaveSheffieldArchaeology