It’s been a strange week. London was bombed (again), but mercifully no one was killed. And the Cassini spacecraft was destroyed in Saturn’s atmosphere after 20 years in space to avoid contaminating the planet’s potentially habitable moons. So there’s an eclectic list coming up for you to enjoy. Here it is!
At the burial site of a Celtic prince, archaeologist are examining some of the many rich objects he was buried with.
A cypress dug-out canoe has been discovered after Hurricane Irma pulled it from the bottom of the Indian River in Florida.
I feel like this isn’t a new theory; however, for the record, archaeologist Iain Stewart of the University of Plymouth believes ancient structures in the Aegean were built above fault lines as a way to connect to the Underworld.
From the Daily Sabah:
What is considered a Roman-era baby bottle has been discovered in Turkey.
From the Smithsonian:
At Fort Leavenworth in Kansas (the army base, not the prison), a new exhibit is being mounted to offer the public all the various gifts presented to the Command and General Staff College over the years.
From the Guardian:
More on the viking burial that turned out to be a woman.