The Roundup #34

And finally! Here we are with the news from this past week, bringing me up to date on my posts, and you up to date on the world of archaeology. It’s a rocky, papery kind of week, so enjoy!

From Archaeology.org:

Archaeologists are working to make the entire corpus of Northern Thai manuscripts (from 1410 to the 1950s) available digitally.

A New Kingdom necropolis of rock cut tombs has been discovered near Aswan in Egypt.

The oldest known quarry in the Levant has been discovered near Jerusalem.

And the Onassis Centre in New York is curating an exhibit with newly discovered Greek art from around Mount Olympus.

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