We’re up early at Archaeology of the Mediterranean World Headquarters watching the Australia v. New Zealand match in the Cricket T20 World Cup at breathtakingly gorgeous Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala. It’s a nice break from the all the college basketballing this time of year.
The nice thing about college basketballing and cricket is the somewhat gentlemanly pace of play leaves plenty of time for reading across the interwebs and compiling a nice little list of quick hits and varia.
- Dimitri Nakassis on Athens.
- Late Antique Textiles (via David Pettegrew)
- Some news and images from recent underwater work at Lechaion in the Corinthia.
- Sharon Gerstel’s and Amy Papalexandrou’s recent work on Byzantine acoustics.
- The future of experiencing past.
- Editor’s choice from the Journal of Field Archaeology.
- Some more on the Bakken Goes Boom (download the book here!).
- Some more on the archaeology of care.
- The politics of digitizing Lincoln.
- The archaeology of punk is destruction.
- Colo(u)r Analysis Charts.
- Yesterday I blogged about speed in archaeological publications; Kanye continues to change his Life of Pablo even after it’s been released.
- Your name of the year brackets.
- What I’m reading: … it’s spring break… (only time for writing now!)
- What I’m listening to: Sheer Mag II and Sheer Mag III; Iggy Pop, Post Pop Depression.