Tag: archaeology

  • Mayan Ruins at Tulu'um

    written by dbc2 on 2009-04-04 #places
    Mayan Ruins at Tulu'um

    An archaeological site of a Pre-Columbian walled city built by the Mayans. Tulu'um served as a major port for Cobá on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

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  • A Moment's Rest in Montreal

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-07-20 #places
    A Moment's Rest in Montreal

    Our train pulled into Montreal and it could not have come sooner. After the short half of the journey from Toronto to Halifax, I was still sick of being on the train! We spent a grand total of 2 days in Montreal and I loved every moment of it!

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  • Bringing My Camera to Work

    written by rrohe on 2012-05-07
    Bringing My Camera to Work

    In which our hero invites you, dear reader, to enjoy previously unreleased material. These street-style photos, taken at an undisclosed location in the wilds of East St. Louis, Illinois, documents the esteemed individuals working so hard to preserve and record the pre-historic site buried beneath the carcass of a former industrial giant.

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  • A Salute to the Masters: Paestum (A Tribute to Serge Moulinier)

    written by sirio174 on 2015-05-23
    A Salute to the Masters: Paestum (A Tribute to Serge Moulinier)

    This article is dedicated to Serge Moulinier, a largely unknown French photographer who won one of the most important prizes in France with a book on Greek architecture. Strangely, little information can be found on the Internet about this great photographer whose work had also been published in an important essay written by the famous John Szarkowski, former Director of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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  • Elx, the City of the Palm Trees.

    written by saidseni on 2010-07-19 #places
    Elx, the City of the Palm Trees.

    Elche is a small desert-like city in the Spanish Valencia Community. It's name in Valencian is Elx and it is best known for its palm trees.

  • Rescued Gods: Travelling Through Time and Destruction

    written by webo29 on 2011-08-15 #news
    Rescued Gods: Travelling Through Time and Destruction

    An auction of photography was held at the Theodor Wiegand Hall of the Pergamon Museum in Berlin last August 14. The photos, although ‘digital’ copies, are in themselves priceless images. Want to know why? Read on.

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  • Emporion: The Remains of a Greek and Roman City in the North of Catalonia

    written by rater on 2009-12-09 #places
    Emporion: The Remains of a Greek and Roman City in the North of Catalonia

    Founded in the VI century B.C. and starting its decay on the I century D.C., the excavation site of these ancient ruins offer a nice landscape to travel to the past with your mind.

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  • Analogue Events: Pompeii - Life in A Roman Town 79CE Exhibition

    written by coolsigg on 2011-02-09 #news
    Analogue Events: Pompeii - Life in A Roman Town 79CE Exhibition

    The Roman Town of Pompeii was buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted on 24th August 79 CE. It was only rediscovered in the 18th century. This exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore features 279 artifacts on loan from The Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Naples and Pompeii, Italy. This event runs from 16 Oct 2010 till 23 Jan 2011.