Posts Tagged ‘mound hacker’

 
  • Fly me to the Moon

    The distant mountains are reflected in the eye of the dragonfly Issa Ostracon, Leonardo.

  • 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 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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  • Mound Hacker tools

    This post is dedicated to the working tools used by Mound Hacker. I have been asked: What is the connection between the Internet link I write upon ceramic shards and Ancient Alexandria
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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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