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CM turns attention to Patna museum

Nitish Kumar at Patna Museum in October this year. Telegraph picture Patna: Almost two months after chief minister Nitish Kumar visited Patna Museum in its centenary year for a first-hand assessment, his officials are mooting plans to develop it as per the requirements of present times. "We are working on the instructions of CM sahib and our intention is to develop Patna Museum on the concept of 'museum for community' with better display and interpretation," said Arvind Mahajan, regional deputy director in the directorate of museum. Mahajan said the art, culture and youth department, under which all state museums fall, has written to the building construction department (BCD) saying "the chief minister wants to develop Patna Museum and bring it at par with Bihar Museum. It has been requested to provide the blueprint for it." As per an internal note circulated by art, culture and youth department, under which the state museums falls, the plans hinge on the display of priceless..

Explore Egypt's lost worlds

Photo: Saint Louis Art Museum Image 1of/1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 The stele of Thonis-Heracleion raised under water on site in the bay of Aboukir, Thonis-Heracleion, Aboukir Bay, Egypt; National Museum, Alexandria (SCA 277), IEASM Excavations; Photo: Christoph Gerigk © Franck Goddio / Hilti Foundation. lessThe stele of Thonis-Heracleion raised under water on site in the bay of Aboukir, Thonis-Heracleion, Aboukir Bay, Egypt; National Museum, Alexandria (SCA 277), IEASM Excavations; Photo: Christoph Gerigk © ... more Photo: Saint Louis Art Museum Explore Egypt’s lost worlds Back to Gallery In 2018, the Saint Louis Art Museum will be the first North American art museum to tell the epic story of one of the greatest finds in the history of underwater archaeology, a story that revealed two lost cities of ancient Egypt submerged under the Mediterranean Sea for over a thousand years. World-renowned underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio and his team discovered these submerged worlds uncove..

Zoning and buried heritage

BERSALES I can’t help but wonder what artifacts will be found as construction proceeds in earnest at the site where the M.J. Cuenco branch of Toyota Motor Philippines once stood until lately. Located just across from where the old Seminario-Colegio de San Carlos once stood near the Plaza Independencia, this was once the original late Spanish period campus of the Colegio de la Inmaculada Concepcion. The old San Carlos campus is where AA Barbecue and GMC Plaza (former home of Cathay Hardware) once stood. ADVERTISEMENT This is about 200 meters west of the subway project where a number of 14th-15th century ceramics were recovered during its construction. The University of San Carlos Museum also holds in its collection a number of Chinese and Thai jarlets and other ceramic pieces that were donated by the owners of Cathay Hardware from the site where they eventually built the Cathay Hardware Plaza on Sergio Osmeña Jr. St. leading to Pier 1. If the building being constructed will go down 2...

The Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries of 2017 in the Holy Land

Christianity Today has released a list of the top 10 archaeological finds of 2017 in Israel, and CBN News has been on the front lines of these discoveries, reporting on many of them from our Jerusalem Bureau. We can travel back in time by digging in the land of the Bible. It is through historical evidence found by archaeologists that the world can better understand the details about the people who lived and how they lived during Biblical times, especially in the First Century when the early church was branching out into the known world. 1. Small Roman Theater Found Next to the Temple Mount's Western Wall -- It is the first example of a Roman public building ever discovered in Jerusalem. It was found at the bottom of eight excavated courses of Western Wall stones, 26 feet below Warrens Arch and the current level of the Western Wall plaza, the theater could seat roughly 200 people. It's use or date has not been determined, but archaeologists think it may date about a century a..

Fragment of 18th-Dynasty Statue Found in Egypt

SOHAG, EGYPT—According to an Egypt Independentreport, a fragment of an ancient statue was discovered during construction work in Sohag, a city located on the west bank of the Nile River. Carved from black granite, the fragment shows a pharaoh’s left foot stepping forward and includes hieroglyphs recording the coronation and birth names of Amenhotep III near his right foot. The sculpture was moved to Sohag Museum for restoration. For more, go to “Dawn of Egyptian Writing.” Let's block ads! (Why?)

Science Channel Presents MYTHBUSTERS Mega Merry-Thon, Beginning 12/22

This holiday season, celebrate with MYTHBUSTERS as Science Channel airs every episode ever of the iconic series in chronological order. This year's marathon is bigger than ever, starting with the very first myth - "Jet Assisted Chevy," which premiered in 2003 - and ending with the latest myths from the new episodes MythBusters. The MYTHBUSTERS Mega Merry-Thon begins Thursday, December 22 at 12am ET/PT to Wednesday, January 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, followed by an all-new episode of MYTHBUSTERS at 9 p.m. ET/PT. With miles of duct tape and all-time favorite myth busting episodes featuring the original hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, along with their beloved build team, the MYTHBUSTERS Mega Merry-Thon will include Penny Drop, THE SIMPSONS Special, President's Challenge featuring President Barack Obama, Diet Coke and Mentos, Star Wars: The Myths Strike Back, James Bond Special, and Bullet Baloney. Closing out the marathon are episodes from the new season of MYTHBUSTERS with hosts B..

NATIONAL MUSEUM JAMAICA: An overview

National Museum Jamaica (NMJ) is the national agent for the collection, preservation and documentation of Jamaica's material culture. The mission of National Museum Jamaica is to increase knowledge and promote appreciation of Jamaica's material heritage through public education and community outreach, research, community-based museums, special exhibitions, and the collection and conservation of historic artefacts. The goal of the NMJ is to make every Jamaican and visitors to the island aware of and engaged in Jamaican history. We want to foster 'citizen historians' who understand their family, community and national histories. PHOTO ONE NMJ was originally established as the Museums Division of the Institute of Jamaica in 1976. National Museum Jamaica operates the four museums of National Museum West in Montego Bay, the Fort Charles Museum in Port Royal, The People's Museum of Craft and Technology in Spanish Town and the exhibition spaces on East Street, Downto..

Epigraphy crucial source to know Indian history

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The great pyramid

For over 200 years, researchers and scientists have been debating what lies in the middle of the massive Pyramids of Giza, unable to see what is inside. But a new void uncovered by an international scientific mission in early November might lay down the first piece in the puzzle, the mission’s scientists revealed. “This is definitely the discovery of the century. There have been many hypotheses about the pyramid, but no one even imagined that such a big void is located above the Grand Gallery,” archaeologist and Egyptologist Yukinori Kawae told National Geographic. At least 100 feet long (30.5 meters) and located above the Grand Gallery linking Khufu’s burial chamber to a tunnel leading out, this discovery marks the first ever major structure found in the pyramids since the 1800s, the scientists assert. Highlighting the importance of the new findings, Salima Ikram, a professor of Egyptology at the American University in Cairo and author of several books on Egyptian archeology, tells E..

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