Eric H Cline

Eric H Cline



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Three Stones Make a Wall: T...

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“As Jamie Shreeve of National Geographic describes it, this required going through a passageway known as Superman’s Crawl, which is less than ten inches high and can be traversed only if you hold one arm tight against your body and extend the other above your head, like Superman when he is flying; then climbing up a vertical wall of jagged rock called the Dragon’s Back; and then, after a number of other twists and turns, finally squeezing through a passage that at one point narrows to only seven and a half inches wide, before reaching the Dinaledi Chamber in which the bones lie.”
Eric H Cline, Three Stones Make a Wall: The Story of Archaeology

“It has been said that the excavations conducted under Mussolini during those fourteen years “added more to our knowledge of Augustan Rome than the previous fourteen centuries had provided.”
Eric H Cline, Three Stones Make a Wall: The Story of Archaeology

“Thieves of Baghdad, which was published in 2005. Looting in Iraq The looting went far beyond the museum and extended to archaeological sites throughout Iraq, with reports of men armed with both shovels and machine guns illegally digging at sites across the country.”
Eric H Cline, Three Stones Make a Wall: The Story of Archaeology



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