I was recently asked to 'contribute' to the work of fellow researcher, Brien Foerster, who is working on a number of theories concerning the 'Elongated Skull' conundrum. Brien is currently based in Peru and doing some amazing work concerning the so-called Paracas culture. For those who may be interested to learn more, please take a look at Brien's websites:
Monday, October 24, 2011
"A Virtual Tomb for Kelvingrove - Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Education" by Melissa Terras
I have a feeling there will be quite a few posts coming today! Anyway, for those who may be interested Internet Archaeology, an on-line subscription journal, has an Open Access week, commencing today and finishing this coming Sunday. Well worth a read, there are some fascinating articles covering a wide-range of subject matters
Apologies for the delay in keeping this blog up-to-date. Sadly, I have been the victim of some really nasty cyber abuse on a well-known social networking site and, therefore, have kept any form of posting to a minimum. The idiots did not realize that not only were they messing with the wrong woman, but I can give as good as I get. So... lets just say I let it be known what 'idiots' these individuals were :) But life goes on.......
As always I have been kept rather busy of late. The Murder at Medinet Habu book has, unfortunately, been delayed due to image problems This has now been rectified, says she letting out a huge sigh of relief, and the up-dated release is imminent. Work now begins on the next 'tour guide'. Details to follow.