Sand’s The Invention of the Diaspora: Shattering a National Mythology?
Tel Aviv University historian, Prof. Shlomo Sand, author of new book Matai ve’ech humtza ha’am hayehudi? (When and How Were the Jewish People Invented?; Resling, in Hebrew) is sure to … Continue reading
Protect Iran—and the world’s—priceless treasures
This short but important piece was written for the Guardian and was picked up by the Sydney Morning Herald (6 March). Let’s hope they are not in the line of … Continue reading
Ben’s Marilyn Willendorf
Love it. The ancient fertility symbol Venus of Willendorf updated, Marilyn style. Thanks Ben.
Sophisticated ancient computer bedazzles
What a marvel. Only have time to excerpt extracts below at present but couldn’t pass up highlighting this amazing discovery of extraordinary ancient technical sophistication. Ian Sample, Mysteries of computer … Continue reading