The Roundup #51

While SNL, Seth Meyers, and the late night comedy and variety hosts continue to ravish this travesty of an American election, it’s a grateful person who can find reprieve elsewhere.

So here’s this week’s roundup. Enjoy!

From Archaeology.org:

Analysis of pigments on Greek vases is yielding new insight into how paint was developed and applied to some of the most iconic archaeological pieces of Greek history.

I am posting this with strong reservations. Without having read Civilization, Niall Ferguson seems to have left my hyper vigilant against western normative bias: a new theory suggests that the builders of the terracotta army of Qin Shihuang Di may have been influenced by Greek artists.

Word games have been discovered in the ancient marketplace of Smyrna.

From the Smithsonian:

Civil War era cannonballs have been revealed in South Carolina following Hurricane Matthew.

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