Category Archives: weapons

Inupiaq Seal/Walrus Skin Armor

Inupiaq Walrus/Seal Skin Suit of Armor ~ Article and research by Thomas Baurley, Technogypsie Research, August 7, 2017. Even though many of the tribes in what is known Alaska are seen as very peaceful people, conflicts and warfare did occur, … Continue reading

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Inupiag & Yup’ik Hunting & Culture

Inupiag & Yup’ik Hunting & Culture ~ Article and research by Thomas Baurley, Technogypsie Research, August 7, 2017. The indigenous First Nation’s people in the area known as Modern day Alaska are divided into eleven distinct cultures, with over 11 … Continue reading

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Boomerangs and Throwing Sticks

Australian National Museum, Canberra, ACT, Australia Boomerangs One of the popular icons of Australia, the “boomerange” is a throwing weapon with a curved shape used for hunting, battle, or sport. Most commonly made of wood or bone, some modern boomerangs … Continue reading

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Saveok Water Archaeological Site

  Saveok Mill Archaeological Site Saveok Mill Site Greenbottom, Cornwall, England * http://www.archaeologyonline.org/index.html * A small local farm in Greenbottom, Saveok Mill has placed itself on the archaeological map when resident Jacqui Wood discovered very curious archaeological features in her … Continue reading

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The Key and Dragon (Worms, Germany)

The Sacred Key of Worms Worms comes from “Lindwurn” or “Dragon slain by Siegfried under the linden tree.””Yet more I know of Seigfried that well your your ear may hold. Beneath the lindeu tree he slew the dragon bold; Then … Continue reading

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Roman-German Museum, Cologne, Germany

ROMAN-GERMANIC MUSEUM www.museenkoeln.de – 0221 22124438 – 32 Bewertungen * Cologne, Germany In the heart of the city center right to the side of the Cologne Cathedral, lies Cologne’s German/Roman Museum. The Roman-Germanic Museum (RGM, in German: Römisch-Germanisches Museum) is … Continue reading

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The Roman Amphitheatre at Xanten (Germany)

The Amphitheatre LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum * Trajanstraße 4, 46509 Xanten, Germany * Phone: +49 (0) 28 01 / 712 – 0 * apx@lvr.de * http://www.apx.de/english/archaeologicalpark/rec_buildings/amphitheatre.htm The Amphitheatre During the Roman occupation, their engineers built a new type of … Continue reading

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Xanten Archaeological Park (Germany)

Xanten Archaeological Park LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten * Trajanstraße 4, 46509 Xanten, Germany * Phone: +49 (0) 28 01 / 712 – 0 * apx@lvr.de * http://www.apx.de/ * Adults: EUR 5.00 * Children (over the age of six): EUR 2.50 * … Continue reading

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Cooking Pot burial at Xanten, Germany

Buried in a Cooking Pot The Germans had no special ceramic objects for their graves; they used cooking and dining dishes, as well as storage vessels .

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Romer Museum (Xanten, Germany)

Romer Museum (Roman Museum) LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum * Trajanstraße 4, 46509 Xanten, Germany * Phone: +49 (0) 28 01 / 712 – 0 * apx@lvr.de * http://www.apx.de/ * Adults: EUR 5.00 * Children (over the age of six): … Continue reading

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