Posts Tagged ‘Mediterranean’

 
  • Be my Guest: Jose Saramago

      When Joana Carda scratched the ground with the elm branch all the dogs of Cerbere began to bark, throwing the inhabitants into panic and terror, because from time immemorial it was believed
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  • Beth She’arim excavations, 2014

    ARCHAEOLOGY LESSON FOR MOUND HACKER: MEASURING MARKING  DIGGING SCOOPING BROOMING PILING UNFOLDING FINDING INSPECTING Where did it begin? A pit   Beth She’arim excavations, 2014 Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of
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  • Mound Hacker in Rome

    The Colosseum is a trap. While circling it one early morning in June 2014, I could hear the Roman crowds shouting as the Caesar enters. I could hear them roaring when animals or men were bleeding.
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  • Mound Hacker on his way to Rome

    My late grandfather, the architect  Issac Kipnis, was the first to tell me the story of the burnt  library of Alexandria. I was eight years old. The lost knowledge of the western world intrigued me ever
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  • Mediterranean Scollars

    I sail the Mediterranean through time and places, sometimes even on a small boat admiring the Phoenicians, but mostly in my mind. This blog  is my Museum – Library –
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  • Mound Hacker at Tel Megiddo

    While driving near home, I notice archeologists’ tents on one of the yellowish fields on the slopes of Tel Megiddo. Is there real history hiding under the cropped barley? The
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  • 2013 ,תל נונה, גרסת הקהל, מוזיאון ישראל

    בחודשים האחרונים אני עסוקה בהכנות ללילה אחד מיוחד במינו במוזיאון ישראל בירושלים 25.7.13 נקודת מגע בערב זה היוצרות מתהפכות ושאלות מהותיות על אמנות נשאלות באופן הומוריסטי ולעתים נוקב .אחכה לכם
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