* Archaeologists in Egypt Unearth 2,500-Year-Old Grave of a High-Status Woman * Ancient Roman Bathhouse Discovered in Pompeii * Archaeologists Find Medieval Sword Belonging to Crusader-Era Knight * Rare Stone Age Cave Paintings Discovered in Ethiopia * Bronze Age Potter's Workshop Unearthed in Israel * Archaeologists Unearth Remains of Ancient Greek Temple * Ancient Egyptian Burial Ground Discovered Near Luxor * Archaeologists Find Evidence of Lost Viking Settlement in Canada * Ancient Fossil Site Discovered in Japan * Prehistoric Cave Paintings Found in India * Remains of Ancient Roman Aqueduct Discovered in France
Underwater archaeology is important to understanding our history. Traces of the past remain hidden in rivers, lakes and seas. But we rarely look underwater and, as they say, out of sight is out of mind.
From Around the Field this week: The National Endowment for the Humanities is accepting applications for a grant program; the Association of African American Museum is accepting applications for travel scholarships; the University of Manchester calls for proposals ANNOUNCEMENTS A community-led oral history project, Kin/Folk/Lore, has launched Parks Canada has launched a new history and archaeology