Open Access Archaeology Digest #354
Open Access (free to read) articles:
[PLEISTOCENE ARCHAEOLOGY IN EAST ASIA] New light on the prehistory of the Southern Mountains of Java
Examples of the Survival in Scotland of Superstitions Relating to Fire.
Notes on some Polished Stone Discs of Unknown Use in the Museum.
Stella’s “Decern Puellae.”
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The Pachacamac archaeological site, located about 40 kilometers southeast of Lima, has yielded some new finds.
According to Peru21, archaeologists working at the site have found two relatively well-preserved artifacts at the site: a small wooden carving depicting a female figure and a cloth…