For the past few weeks my feed has been caressed by some of the coolest and recent archaeological finds. As you know, I love sharing about these items because I really believe they can inspire. The more we write about them, the more we learn about them, and we pass that knowledge on to our readers.
Did you know?
Traces of beeswax were found trapped in the clay fabric of cooking vessels from thousands of years ago.
If there’s one culture on this planet that fascinates me still, it is the Chinese (sorry, everyone else). Their early roots of technological advances and culture are long. Egypt isn’t the only one on this Earth block with some neat stuff.
Chinese archaeologists working on a royal cemetery dating to the Han dynasty 2,000 years ago say the site is the most… – 1m51s
and they since have: Click here for CCTVs Write Up on the Findings
What’s better than China? Alice in Wonderland of course! Carroll’s tale has preoccupied my imagination for as long as I can remember. It stands right there next to Tolkien’s work. So, when this article came around, it was suitable click bait for this literary fishy.
Lewis Carroll’s haunting photographs, including the ‘real’ Alice in Wonderland (1856-1880) | Dangerous Minds
I hope that these posts have reinvigorated your creative flow. Until next time!