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  • History Roundup 27: The Oldest Cheese and the Tarim Mummy February 28, 2014

    Author: Beach Combing | in : History Roundups , trackback

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    Note that in Feburary, as an experiment, we’ll be releasing history links roundup most days at 12.00 GMT. If you want the proper post on the index biography (still no winner). On a much more serious note our internet provider is down and will likely be a for a few days. Expect service to be intermittent

    1) 4000 year-old Cheese: around a mummy’s neck

    2) Have we found the last Incan emperor?: Ecuador

    3) the Phantom Light of Deakin’s Wood: concluded

    4) Hitler Autographs: gulp…

    5) The Beringian Standstill: A pre-American interlude

    6)View from the Coachman’s Seat: 18 cent atmosphere

    7)the Fate of the Incan Sacrificial Victim: bad blunt force trauma…

    8) Twelve-Hundred Year Old Gladiator School: Austria

    9) Shetlanders Do the Viking Thing: the last Vikings?

    10)  Irish Fight to the Last Bullets: and last whisky

    11) Why the UK Should not have fought WW1: Niall Ferguson

    12) Ross-shire rock Art: surprisingly well preserved…

    Oher links: Sandy Denny who knows where the times goes; military rations from around the world, brilliant article on agressive aetheists and why they fail, the onion on the problems of modern science; are we alone in the universe;