I recently watched “Ghosts of Murdered Kings” on PBS. If you follow the link, you’ll be able to stream it on their website. This documentary focuses on the research surrounding the various bog bodies that have been uncovered throughout much of Northern Europe. I was able to see some bog bodies in person, first one atContinue reading “Nova’s “Ghosts of Murdered Kings””
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Remains at Stonehenge: To Exhume or not to Exhume?
Some of you may have read that the infamous, contemporary Arthur Pendragon (who apparently likes to think of himself as the king of the Druids), was attempting to take legal action in regards to cremated remains found around Stonehenge. He argued that removing them from the site was disrespectful and that they would likely beContinue reading “Remains at Stonehenge: To Exhume or not to Exhume?”
A history of Ireland in 100 objects – The Irish Times – Sat, Jul 30, 2011
A history of Ireland in 100 objects – The Irish Times – Sat, Jul 30, 2011.
BBC News – Staffordshire Hoard ‘to help rewrite history’
BBC News – Staffordshire Hoard ‘to help rewrite history’. Neat! I can’t wait to hear more about this.
Celtic Tomb Discovered in Germany
Someone shared this on the ADF e-lists. An intact, ancient Celtic tomb was discovered in Germany! It is believed that it belonged to a woman and you can see some of the beautiful jewelry. I can’t wait until further findings are released!