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History of red

Inside cave 13B at Pinnacle Point, an archeological site found on the coast of South Africa, paleoanthropologists in 2000 found evidence that, between 170.000 and 40.000 years ago, Late Stone Age people were scraping and grinding ochre, a clay co ...

                                               

Pınarbası

Pınarbası is a Turkish place name and may refer to: Pınarbası, Ezine, a village in Ezine, Çanakkale province, held to be the site of Troy in the 19th century before the excavations at Hisarlik Pınarbası, Gulağaç, a village in Aksaray Province Pın ...

                                               

Agia Paraskevi (disambiguation)

Agia Paraskevi is a suburb of Athens, Greece. It may also refer to: Agia Paraskevi, Serres, a village in the municipality Visaltia, Serres regional unit, Greece Agia Paraskevi, Rethymno, a village in the municipality Amari, Rethymno regional unit ...

                                               

Altınova (disambiguation)

Altınova is a town and district of Yalova Province, Turkey. Altınova literally "golden plains" in Turkish may refer to the following places in Turkey: Altınova, Çine, a village in the district of Çine, Aydın Province Altinova, Elazig was an impor ...

                                               

Agia Triada

Agia Triada, Ayia Triada or Hagia Triada is Greek for Holy Trinity, and common toponym. It may refer to: Agia Triada, Phthiotis, a village in Phthiotis, Greece Agia Triada, Corfu, a village in Corfu, Greece Hagia Triada, an archaeological site of ...

                                               

Mouse Creek Phase

The Mouse Creek Phase is an archaeological culture of the Eastern Tennessee region of Mississippian chiefdoms, first defined by T. M. N. Lewis and Madeline Kneberg in their examinations of the Chickamauga Basin. This area exhibits artifacts, buri ...

                                               

Foldvar

Tiszafoldvar, a town in Jasz-Nagykun-Szolnok County Pusztafoldvar, a village in Bekes County Balatonfoldvar, a town in Somogy County Abbey Foldvar, founding site for the village of Nemetker in Tolna County Dunafoldvar, a town in Tolna County Szaz ...

                                               

Edgewater

Edgewater is a common name used throughout the world as a place name. It is often found in English-speaking countries such as Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and United States. "Edgewater" or The Edgewater may refer to:

                                               

Al Bayda

Bayda, Libya, a city in Libya named Al Baidāʾ in Arabic Al Bayda Governorate, Yemen Al Bayda, Yemen, a town in Yemen Casablanca, Morocco named ad-Dār al-Baydā in Arabic Beidha commune and town, a town and commune in Laghouat Province, Algeria Al- ...

                                               

Kharaneh IV

Kharaneh IV is an archaeological site in Jordan. The site contains evidence of human activity dating to the Late Pleistocene.

                                               

Buffalo Springs

Buffalo Springs Historical Archeological District, a historical archaeological district Buffalo Springs Airport, an airport Buffalo Springs, Nelson County, Virginia, an unincorporated community Buffalo Springs, North Dakota, an unincorporated com ...

                                               

Brdo

A section of Brace Jerkovic an urban neighborhood of Belgrade called Mitrovo Brdo Topcidersko Brdo Топчидерско Брдо, an urban neighborhood and former municipality of Belgrade Simino Brdo, in Loznica Labudovo Brdo Лабудово брдо, an urban neighborh ...

                                               

Gebel

Gebel Ramlah, an archaeological site in Egypt Gebel el-Silsila, an archaeological quarry site in Egypt Gebel el-Haridi, an archaeological site in Egypt Gebel Edmonstone, a flat-topped mesa Gebel Tingar, small mountain in Egypt Gebel San Pietru, a ...

                                               

Epi-Olmec

Epi-Olmec may refer to: Epi-Olmec culture, pre-Columbian archaeological culture/area in the coastal Veracruz region of Mexico, ca. 300BCE–250CE Isthmian script, also known as Epi-Olmec script, a Mesoamerican writing system

                                               

Panlong

Panlong may refer to: Panlong River 盘龙河, river in Kunming Panlong or Pan Lon, capital of Panlong Subtownship Panlong Road Station, Shanghai Metro station Panlongcheng or Panlong City, major archaeological site Panlong Subtownship, Wa Self-Admi ...

                                               

Mawkallaqta

Mawkallaqta or Mawka Llaqta, "ancient place", hispanicized and mixed spellings Maucallacta, Maukallacta, Maukallakta, Maukallaqta, Maukallaqta, Mauca Llacta, Mauka Llacta, Mauka Llaqta, Mauka Llaqta) may refer to: Mawkallaqta, Castilla, an archae ...

                                               

Branka Raunig

Raunig was born in Sarajevo on 1 January 1935. Her early life was spent in Kraljevo. From 1954 to 1958 she studied archaeology at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade. One of her tutors was Branka Gavele.

                                               

Avayalik Islands

The Avayalik Islands are a group of islands located in the Northern Atlantic Ocean, within the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. They consist of two main islands, and at least seven smaller landmasses. It was first visited by archae ...

                                               

Henry Reynolds

Henry Reynolds may refer to: Henry Reynolds poet 1564–1632, English poet and critic Henry Reynolds historian born 1938, Australian historian Henry Chidley Reynolds 1849–1925, New Zealand farm manager, butter manufacturer and exporter Henry Reynol ...

                                               

Ernest Wright

Ernest or Ernie Wright may refer to: Ernest Wright footballer 1908–1977, English footballer for Mansfield Town Ernie Wright footballer born 1912, English-born football inside forward of the 1930s, who played for Crewe and Oldham Athletic Ernest V ...

                                               

Peter Reynolds

Peter Reynolds or Pete Reynolds may refer to: Peter Reynolds, pseudonymous author of Behind the Evidence by Amelia Reynolds Long and William L. Crawford Peter Reynolds, 1929–2017, British businessman and chairperson of Rank Hovis McDougall Pete R ...

                                               

Michael Pearson

Michael or Mike Pearson may refer to: Lester B. Pearson 1897–1972, known as Mike Pearson, 14th Prime Minister of Canada Mike Parker Pearson born 1957, British archaeologist Mike Pearson footballer born 1988, Welsh association footballer Michael P ...

                                               

Susan Harrington

From 2006-2009 she was the research assistant on the Leverhulme Trust funded project Beyond the Tribal Hidage: Anglo-Saxon kingdoms in southern England AD 400-750. She subsequently was part of the research team on the People and place: the making ...

                                               

Advances in Archaeological Practice

The professional journal Advances in Archaeological Practice is published by Cambridge University Press, on behalf of the Society of American Archaeology, an organization of professional archaeologists of the Americas. Established in 2013, it is ...

                                               

Keeping up with the Joneses (disambiguation)

Keeping up with the Joneses is an English idiom for trying to match the lifestyle of ones neighbors. Keeping up with the Joneses may also refer to: Keeping Up with the Joneses, a track from the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade soundtrack Keepin ...

                                               

Marabunta (disambiguation)

Marabunta is one of the names given to army ants. It may also refer to any of the following: Animals Cheliomyrmex andicola, an army ant Marabunta wasp, a colloquial name for large stinging wasps in South America Films and TV Marabunta film, a 199 ...

                                               

The World of Aden

The World of Aden is a setting designed for use with West End Games Masterbook and D6 systems, and is based on a background developed by SSI and used in two PC games, Thunderscape and Entomorph.

                                               

Crystal skull (disambiguation)

Crystal skull refers to a number of human-like skull carvings made of quartz crystal and their associated myth and research. Crystal skull may also refer to: Crystal Skulls, a Seattle band Crystal Skull Stargate SG-1, an episode of the TV show St ...

                                               

Captain Hook (disambiguation)

Sparky Anderson, former baseball manager Roy Jones, Jr., American boxer Zavier Simpson, American basketball player

                                               

Satu Nou

Satu Nou may refer to several villages in Romania: Satu Nou, a village in Sirețel Commune, Iași County Satu Nou, a village in Ileana Commune, Calarași County Satu Nou de Jos, a village in Groși Commune, Maramureș County Satu Nou, a village in Tam ...

                                               

Hashteank

Hashteank was a historic canton of Armenia, in the province of Sophene. Called Asthianene by the Greeks and Romans, it consisted of what is now the Bingol plain, near the sources of the Tigris. The district of Khordzean, centered on Kiği, was gen ...

                                               

Rosenberg

Rosenberg Ostalb, a municipality in the district of Ostalbkreis, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Rosenburg, a castle in the town Rosenberg, Texas, Fort Bend County, USA Rosenburg, Nebraska, an unincorporated community in the U.S. Sulzbach-Rosenberg in ...

                                               

Cefn Carnedd

Cefn Carnedd is an Iron Age hillfort, about 1.5 miles south-west of Caersws, in Powys, Wales. It is a scheduled monument. It is on a hill overlooking the River Severn to the east, and Afon Cerist and Afon Trannon to the north; there is a river co ...

                                               

Moro Heritage Site

The Moro Heritage Site, shown on some maps as Moro Heritage, is an archaeological site where stone tools from the Paleolithic Age were found in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, Japan.

                                               

Bivouac

Bivouac may refer to: Bivouac Peak, a mountain in the Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA Bivouac horse, an Australian thoroughbred racehorse A military camp Bivouac ants, an ant nest constructed out of the living ant workers own ...

                                               

Pagoda (disambiguation)

Chinese Pagoda, a landmark in Birmingham, England Pagoda mast, the distinctive superstructure of the Imperial Japanese Navy ships of World War II Pagoda Efteling, an observation tower in the Efteling amusement park in the Netherlands Chinese pago ...

                                               

Lets Fall in Love for the Night

Lets Fall in Love for the Night is a song by American singer-songwriter Finneas from his debut EP, Blood Harmony. It was released by OYOY as the lead single from the EP on October 19, 2018. A pop track, the songs lyrics are about a boy dreaming a ...

                                               

Cowie

Cowie Castle, a ruined castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland Cowie, Aberdeenshire, an historic fishing village located at the north side of Stonehaven, Scotland Cowie Water, a river discharging to the North Sea at Stonehaven, Scotland Cowie Bridge, a ...

                                               

Bojongmenje

Bojongmenje is a 7th-century Hindu candi ruins located in Bojongmenje hamlet, Cangkuang village, Rancaekek subdistrict, Bandung Regency, West Java, Indonesia. Bojongmenje is one of few temples ever discovered in West Java.

                                               

Eddie Dickens

Eddie Dickens is a character from a series of books written by the childrens author Philip Ardagh. Eddie first appeared in Awful End and has appeared in a total of six books. Ardagh originally created Eddie Dickens in letters written to his nephe ...

                                               

Edwin Williams

Edwin Williams may refer to: Ed Williams linebacker born 1961, American football linebacker Edwin Ross Williams born 1942, physicist Edwin S. Williams born 1948, American linguist Edwin Williams American football born 1986, American football offe ...

                                               

Elizabeth Thomas

Elizabeth Thomas may refer to: Bess Thomas 1892–1968, Australian librarian Betsy Thomas, American television writer Elizabeth Thomas poet 1675–1731, British poet Elizabeth Thomas poet/novelist 1770/1–1855, British novelist and poet Elizabeth Thom ...

                                               

ADW

ADW may refer to: Amondawa language Animal Diversity Web, a natural sciences database at the University of Michigan Andrew Dickson White, diplomat, historian and first president of Cornell University Assault with a deadly weapon, an abbreviation ...

                                               

Diamond Head

Diamond Head Diamond Head album, Diamond Heads self-titled seventh studio album Diamond Head English band, a British heavy metal band formed in 1976 "Diamond Head", an instrumental song by The Beach Boys from the 1968 album Friends "Diamond Head" ...

                                               

Kine

Kine may refer to: Kine, the first book of The Kine Saga trilogy, later republished as Marshworld Kine Beate Bjornås born 1980, Norwegian cross-country skier An archaic plural for cow A helper character from the Kirby video game series A pestle u ...

                                               

List of Billboard number-one Americana/folk albums of the 2020s

Americana/Folk Albums is a music chart published weekly by Billboard magazine which ranks the top selling "current releases by traditional folk artists, as well as appropriate titles by acoustic-based singer-songwriters" in the United States. The ...

                                               

The Rightly So

The Rightly So, from Buffalo, NY is an Americana Duo composed of Jess Chizuk and Greg Zeis. Chizuk and Zeis began playing together in 2013. They have released two albums: The Rightly So in 2017 and Vandura in 2019.

                                               

Rattlin Bones (song)

Rattlin Bones is a country song written and performed by Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson. It was produced by Kaseys brother, Nash and released in 2008 as the lead single from their collaborative studio album, of the same. The song peaked at nu ...

                                               

Federal Response

Federal Response is a generic terms for a government response, usually to disaster. It is usually applies to the United States, which has a federal system of government. It can refer to:

                                               

Missouri (disambiguation)

Missouri Rhineland, a region in eastern Missouri with heavy German American influences Missouri Territory Missouri City, Texas, a suburb of Houston Missouri, a US state Missouri River, the longest or second longest river in the United States, dep ...