Artifacts

This year an interesting pamphlet called Passages was included in the neat little plastic pack of handouts visitors receive as they enter the Christmas Village at Charlotte Motor Speedway. So what is Passages? It’s a 35,000 square-foot interactive multi -media  exhibition for adults and children currently in Charlotte, North Carolina. It features some of the […]

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Sandy on March 21st, 2012

The 75th anniversary of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart has stimulated a new high-tech search for the lost pilot and her navigator. This time it’s with the support of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. There is evidence to support the idea that Earhart may have survived as a castaway on an island and the new […]

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Graduate of the Savannah College of Art and design Gary Daniels has recently announced the discovery of 2000 year old pottery in the state of Georgia. The highly decorated pottery known as Swift Creek Complicated Stamped started around 100 A.D. and continued on for several hundred years. The glyphs were noted as being similar in […]

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When archaeologists recovered the first anchor form the wreck of Blackbeard’s flagship Queen Anne’s Revenge in shallow waters off the coast of North Carolina on Friday they determined that plans would need to be changed for further excavation and recovery of the rest of the 300-year-old artifacts located in the central part of the ship. […]

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