Daily Links – 2nd, 3rd and 4th April 2013

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Excellent and interesting new Blog for you to check out 🙂

The Archaeology of Tomb Raider

90th anniversary of the curse of Tutankhamen – how a modern myth was born (University of Manchester)

On the eve of the 90th anniversary of the death of Lord Carnavon, Egyptologist Joyce Tyldesley explains why the curse of Tutankhamen is nothing but a myth. (Author’s comment: 90 years later and newspapers are still creating modern-day myths of their own)

The Beginnings of CONsent (16-Bit Sirens)

Inspired by Megan Marie’s article about sexual discrimination within the video games industry, Sushi Killer presents the beginnings of her photo essay, “CONsent: The Importance of Treating Cosplayers with Respect”. (Author’s comment: I applaud Megan and Sushi Killer for their efforts in tackling this issue. All cosplayers have the right to enjoy themselves without attracting unwanted advances or crude remarks)

Caracol Archaeological Project (Caracol.Org)

Readers can follow the progress of the excavations carried out at the Caracol archaeological site in Belize’s Cayo District by visiting…

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One thought on “Daily Links – 2nd, 3rd and 4th April 2013

    Kelly M said:
    April 8, 2013 at 6:08 pm

    Cheers for the reblog! Much appreciated. 🙂

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