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TAG: Tunisia

  • Digs & Discoveries March/April 2022

    Oliveopolis

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    (Courtesy Brett Kaufman)
  • Features January/February 2012

    Arab Spring Impacts Archaeology - Libya/Egypt/Tunisia/Syria

    o discussion of the year 2011 can be complete without a reference to what's been termed Arab Spring. The political phenomenon has the potential to have an extraordinary impact on archaeology for years to come.

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  • Digs & Discoveries January/February 2012

    The Incredible Shrinking Grouper

    Fish in the Mediterranean aren't what they used to be. Commercial and recreational fishing have decreased population sizes and also made individuals smaller, since big fish are kept and smaller ones thrown back.

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  • Features Jan 01, 2011

    Child Burials - Carthage, Tunisia

    A team led by University of Pittsburgh physical anthropologist Jeffrey Schwartz has refuted the long-held claim that the Carthaginians carried out large-scale child sacrifice from the eighth to second centuries B.C.

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