Today we are celebrating the 1st anniversary of the archaeology and anthropology blog carnival, Four Stone Hearth. Ably hosted by Tim Jones at Remote Central, this 25th edition covers a vast spectrum of topics. Beginning with war and conflict, the entries then pass through to more birthday-related themes such as food and the all-important drink, via some significant archaeological finds. palaeoanthropology and a little linguistics.
Submissions that I found particularly intriguing were ‘Whoa, Neandertals were in Uzbekistan and Siberia‘ at anthropology.net, ‘ First Steps Toward Re-unification in Postwar Bosnia’s Only Integrated School‘ at Remote Central, and ‘The Phraselator II‘, which discusses how a high-tech military device is helping to preserve the tribal languages of American Indians. However, all are well worth a read so do take some time to do so. I believe you will find many to be very thought-provoking.