Asia

Nick Bartos 4 years ago
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If there has ever been a historical figure readymade for a biographical documentary, it’s Gertrude…

Nick Bartos 4 years ago
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Dubai is best known for its luxury shops and futuristic architecture. But this year the…

Nick Bartos 4 years ago
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When Ed Keall first visited Iran, at the age of 24, little did he realise…

Current World Archaeology 4 years ago
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The Great Arab Revolt Project With the CWA-backed Great Arab Revolt Project at an end…

Current World Archaeology 4 years ago
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Today the ancient cities of Merv lie in a sleepy Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage…

Current World Archaeology 4 years ago
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Frankincense and more The fragrant land of Oman, tucked away in the south-eastern corner of…

Current World Archaeology 4 years ago
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LiDAR – or Light Detection And Ranging – is a form of laser-scanning, initially used…

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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Countdown to tragedy Tom St John Gray reviews Brent E Huffman’s award-winning documentary Saving Mes…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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How often do you visit a rock-art site armed only with binoculars? You do at…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Anna Faherty goes in search of the wide open spaces and ancient markers of Mongolia’s…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Prof Roger Matthews, Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Reading The study of the ancient Near…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Simon Kaner, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures One of the…

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