a Temple-theater complex discovered only at the beginning of the 2000s in Monte San Nicola, in Pietravairano of Caserta province. Lying at 410 meters high in the Sannio area, dates back to the late Roman Republican period, 2nd-1st century BC.
Life’s full of adventure—all it takes is a bit of courage and a dash of curiosity to unlock the door that leads to wonder, amazement, and experiences that you’ll be telling your friends about for decades to come. Of course, we’re talking about travel and all the great things you get to see when you set your daily drudgery aside and go where your feet (and your plane tickets) take you.
One of the most frequent questions that I get from undergraduate archaeology majors is some variant of 'How did you get to where you are now?' This is a valid question as every archaeologist has a different story and career trajectory. That being said, I think what most undergraduates are really asking is 'What can
20 years ago, who could predict how much more researchers would know today about the human past – let alone what they could learn from a thimble of dirt, a scrape of dental plaque, or satellites in space.