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Our Discovery Guides Have A Mammoth Time At The Gault Site
January 26, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

It is a common belief among non-Texans that we have too much pride in our state, but I personally believe that we Texans don’t have enough pride and today’s edition of Beyond Bones provides good justification for that opinion. Last week I was lucky enough to get the chance to tag along when our Discovery […]

Are Emojis The Same As Hieroglyphs?
January 7, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

The “back to hieroglyphs” meme, it’s one of those memes that won’t die. But is there any truth to it?¬† Today on Beyond Bones we’re going to find out! Although our increasingly complex and diverse store of emoticons may visually resemble the famous script of the ancient Egyptians, in truth emoji’s are a lot more […]

Ancient Egyptian Fashion: So Understated We Had To Dig To Find It
September 7, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

Although Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest in the world, they manage to influence our modern society in many ways. One of those ways is fashion. Ever since the original Egyptian craze a century ago, Egyptian fashion has influenced modern designers on an off. The key to the timelessness of ancient Egyptian fashion is […]

Public Perceptions Vs. Fact-Based Reality – A Few Examples Of How What We Think We Know Is Often Wrong
July 20, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

  On a regular basis we learn that what we thought was true was, in fact, not so. This certainly applies to our understanding of the past. Here are some examples that will leave you scratching your head: The First Human Inhabitants Of Madagascar Were Not You You Think They Were Take the island of […]



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