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Unearthed! Spring 2021, Part 1

2021-04-26 | 🔗

Part one of our early 2021 edition of Unearthed! covers updates, cute animals and their pictures, edibles and potables, and shipwrecks.

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then, if your new to this show, this is the time when we talk about things that have been literally or figuratively on earth over the last few months back when the pandemic started, I really wasn't sure how it was going to affect these episodes, because a lot of things that we talk about come from archaeological digs, and on site work at historical sites and museums, and a lot of that and a lot of the world has either been suspended or cut way back for at least part of the last year. But there's still been plenty of stuff to talk about enough stuff in the first three months of this year that we have two parts to this episode today we will have the updates to previous episodes to show we will have cute animals and their pictures, which I was kind of delighted by finding enough stuff to categorize that way. Also edibles and potables and ship
text and the next time we'll have the exclamations and the books and letters and some other favorites in part two in May of twenty eighteen. We talked about pirate Henry every who's, six thousand and ninety five ambush of the Mughal ship Ganji. So why cause an international incident and led to a worldwide manhunt? Every was last seen in Ireland in one thousand six hundred and ninety six, but then he vanished so for the first of these updates in twenty fourteen, a metal detector Found a coin with arabic writing at sweet Berry Farm in Rhode Island. It has since been confirmed that this coin, minted in Yemen in sixteen ninety three and there aren't really any records of contact between
arabian peninsula and this part of New England quite that early. So one conclusion is that this coin belonged to the escaped pirate or one of his crew and that it was part of the plunder from the Ganji Swi, since that two thousand and fourteen fourteen discovery, fifteen similar coins have been found across Rhode Island Massachusetts. In Connecticut. There was also one founded North Carolina where some of every men are documented as arriving Jim Bailey, who unearthed that at the berry farm, published his research into all of this in the american pneumatic societies. Colonial newsletter, which is now is the journal of early American. Numerous Maddox in twenty seven team Bailey suggests that every Some of his crew left the Bahamas aboard the seaflower which arrived in Newport, Rhode, island on May 30th, one thousand six hundred and ninety six. The state flower was carrying forty seven enslaved Africans and is often described as the fur
slave ship to arrive in Newport, which later became one of North Amerika, primary slave trading, ports, the crew sea flower sold. Fourteen of the enslaved people aboard before departing for Ireland arriving there in late June, so there are historical accounts of the sea flower. Some of them are from members of every is pirate crew. Some of them are from officials and the physical descriptions of the ship don't match up among these different accounts. Bailey concludes that they really are all describing the same ship but they're, not different ships that happened to be named, see flower and that these inconsistencies in the description are the result of inaccurate record keeping and just the passage of time between win the ship arrived and when John Crampton, who
the governor of Rhode Island described it in a report about the slave trade in the colony. There have been a lot of recent headlines about this, find maybe solving the mystery of what happened to Henry Every, and it definitely seems possible that the Coins are part of the plunder from the Ganges, so why? But, if so, it still doesn't really solve the mystery. Every reported arrival in Ireland was after this. Also, all the additional details about this. Twenty seventeen paper came about because the latest article to circulate about this was dated April. First, the only April unearthing that we have in this episode that raise some questions in my mind about whether it was legitimate we talked. Bout, the ancient greek astronomical calculator that door, known as the Antikythera mechanism Michaud in July of twenty thirteen and it ambush
break it was found in, have come up on earth. Since then, that device was discovered in one thousand nine hundred and one and researchers have figured out a lot about it since then, including developing working replicas hand cranked devices to demonstrate the motion of planetary bodies, but researchers only have about a third of of the actual mechanism to go on. So even these replicas had had to incorporate some guesswork. You can turn a crank And the hands on the face move to show positions for the sun, the moon and five planets that were known to antiquity. So in that sense these replicas work, but the motion and the positions of the hands that hasn't completely matched up with all the data that can be gleaned from the surviving pieces of the device. According to research published in the Journal scientific reports in March, Researchers have closed some of that gap between a working device and a working device that matches all the data. In the words of law,
Author, professor Tony freak quote, ours is the first model that conforms to all the physical evidence and matches the descriptions in the scientific inscriptions engraved on the mechanism itself. The sun, moon and planets are displayed in an impressive tour de force of ancient greek brilliance and, to quote from the actual paper quote, we wanted to determine the cycles for all the planets in the cosmos. Not just the cycles discovered for Venus and Saturn to incorporate these cycles into highly compact mechanisms, conforming to the physical evidence and to enter leave them. So they're out puts correspond to the customary Cosmo logical order or c c o here we show how we have created, gearing Anna display that respects the inscription on evidence are rings system with now.
And outputs moon nodes, mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and date carried by nested tubes with arms supporting the rings. The result is a radical new model that matches all the data and culminates in an elegant display of the ancient greek cosmos, sound, so poetic. It's for a paper. Well written, Bravo switching gears attorney David Whitcomb bought an old building in Geneva in New York to expand his law practice and discovered an attic base totally by surprise from the outside. The building didn't like it had an attic amir hadn't been an attic noted on the floor plans or known to the previous owner done downtown. When he got inside that space
It turned out to contain drop cloths portrait stools, Kodak Paper, developing chemicals and portraits, and some of the portraits include people that we have talked about in several prior episodes of the show one a framed portrait of Susan be Anthony. Another Maybe Elizabeth Cavy stand him. It turned out that this building had previously to the studio of photographer James Ellery Hail, and it makes a lot of sense that there would be pictures of Anthony and Stanton in that studio. Geneva is really not far from some a false New York, we actually stayed in Geneva for one of the live shows that we did in Seneca falls, and that, of course, is home to the cynic evolves convention. Susan be Anthony, also lived in Rochester, which is also not that far away from Geneva. What is Clear is why this space got sealed up with all kinds of portraits and equipment still inside of it
according to news reports, Whitcomb plans to donate some of the fines, while auctioning others off a next step. According to research published in the journal antiquity, it's possible that some of the blue stones at Stonehenge were relocated from a different stone circle that had been dismantled, that other stone circle being in Wales, the blue stones are the smaller stones at Stonehenge, and it was already known that they had come from Wales, but it was not clear why they had been moved roughly a hundred and fifty miles away from where they were curried to build this stone circle. This papers, hypothesis, is stone hinges, blue stones used to form a stone circle at wine, mound where there are only four, bluestone remaining today, both The former wine mound Circle am Stonehenge, are aligned on the midsummer solstice Sunrise and one of the stones at Stonehenge has
unusual shape that matches one of the holes where a stone used to be at wine mound. There are still some unknowns here if the stones really did used to be in this other circle. But one possibility is that the people who built the circle at wine mound or there and thence eventually relocated to the area around Stonehenge and they dismantled their stone circle and they brought it with them, and we did a whole unearthed edition of Stone Hinge on show in twenty fourteen so in previous installments of unearth and in prior episodes of the show that have involved, colors and dies. We have talked about blue and purple dies made from Marina the most from the Mediterranean Sea. There are. Women descriptions of the dies themselves and of died. Textiles am, we ve talked about various finds related to die, making like pots containing residues of blue report
die or places were in abundance of snail. Shell suggests that there was a die factory there. Now a team in the TIM, the valley, has found wool fibres dating back to one thousand b c e, which have been died, tyrian purple. So one of these guys that we been talking about this is the first time that a textile died with this specific color has been found in the southern Levant, and dates back to the same time as biblical accounts of the sky. We have talked about new, finds this occurring Acropolis in Egypt in our two previous installments of on earth and those fines. Still ongoing. Recent finds include fifty new kingdoms. Ecophagy made of wood found in a burial shaft a stone sarcophagus papyrus containing the seventeen TH chapter of the book of the dead and some games, including a Senate set. So it's the last of this update section. We do have some other things that will come up later that relate to earlier
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all kinds of articles. To put this together I found a whole lot of depictions of animals. I have grouped them together as cute animal pictures because it feels like, after a time of pandemic for a year, we could all use more cute animal pictures in our lives. First up, archaeologists in Indonesia have found what they have described as the world's oldest known, cave, painting of an animal. It is a pig and it is about forty five thousand five hundred years old doctoral student named Boston, Burhan actually found this painting back in twenty seven team, seventeen, but the findings from the survey were not published until this year in the journal. Scientific advances: the Sulawesi Wordy PIG is a popular subject for cave art in this region before this particular discovery, the oldest dated rock, aren't they was a different Sulawesi, wordy pig, and the paper detailing this particular find also goes
to another Sulawesi, wordy pig depicted in the same area. I have thoughts, what about the pig, but I'm going to save them from behind the scenes. Ok, next about a team in Catalonia, has found a stone plaque carved with images of at least six animals, there's a dough, a stag to go like animals and to other animals that were not yet identified. As of when this article came out the slab as between eleven thousand and fifteen thousand years old and the team found it after floods actually damaged an archaeological site, it eroded some of the layers, the soil layers at the big. Unfortunately, though, that flood damage also makes it harder to date, the plaque, because without the strata around it to use as a reference, exact age is a little unclear. A pair of Tang Dynasty tombs have been discovered in Shanxi Province in China, and they are decorated with murals
cleaning, some that show people, training, horses and leaving camels the tombs to an official who was in charge of horses, so it's possible that the murals are fact related to his life. In some way. Next up researchers have used radiocarbon dating on twenty seven mud wasp nest to figure out that a rock painting of a kangaroo in Western Australia is the oldest intact rock painting known so far on the continent. The wasp nests were both under and on top of this and similar paintings and based on all this research, they determined that this painting is somewhere between seventeen thousand one hundred and seventeen thousand five hundred years old. This work dating this particular
Painting is part of a much bigger project to date, rock paintings in Australia, and it's a a team effort among universities, the australian National Science and Technology organization and aboriginal organizations. Next, a two thousand five hundred year old bronze bull idol was unearthed in Olympia. Greece, after a heavy stream, warm thanks to an archaeologist, noticing one of its horns: sticking out of the soil. It most likely dates back to roughly one thousand fifty two seven hundred BC and it was probably left as an offering to Zeus. This figurine is quite small. There are of someone holding it in their fingertips while cleaning it and it has slightly splayed legs. So, even though it depicts a bowl with fully developed horns, it looks kind of like a calf. That's still a little unsteady on its hubs, it's more adorable than you might
with me. It's one of those things that when I looked at the picture, I was like. He just noticed this sticking out the because tie tiny. It's really small, going, though I do see a grain of rice in that field back there like it's, it's so little, so move on from depictions of animals to actual animals, research at Durham University suggest that people making their way from Asia to the Americas roughly fifteen thousand years ago brought domesticate dogs with them. We already knew that domesticated dogs were present and parts of northern North Amerika in some Pacific islands at least ten thousand years ago, but this genetic research gives them a common origin. Somewhere in Siberia more like twenty three thousand years ago, civil Research involving a bone fragments found in Southeast Alaska, suggested a belong to adopt
It lived there around ten thousand. One hundred fifty years ago, but whose ancestry also stretched back to Siberia, to a genetic line that branched off from Siberia dogs. Roughly sixteen thousand seven hundred years ago, this particular team did not set out to study. Dogs, though, before analyzing the dna of the bone fragment? The team had actually thought it belonged to a bear next step back in two twenty eighteen, a couple living outside of profile. Utah found a nearly complete horse skeleton in their backyard. He's bones were nicknamed the Lehi horse and at first it seemed like they were about ten thousand years old, but subsequent radiocarbon dating suggests actually a much younger find that radio carbon dating combined with other analysis, to suggest that this was really a female horse. He was about twelve years old when she died, and that happened sometime in the seventeenth century, so not merely ten thousand years,
not by a long shot start analysis of the bones. This was a domesticated horse that people road, which had arthritis and many of her joints by the time of her death. So it seems likely that someone intentionally cared for her. Possibly breeding her with other horses when she couldn't carry writers any longer and then after her death, she seems to have been intentionally buried in sand at the edge of a lake, which is why, at first it had seemed like this was a much older skeleton than it really turned out. The papers led author, William Taylor, even speculated that there might be other remains of horses that were similarly intentionally buried and because of that have been miss categorized as ice age. Fines rather than things that are of a more recent, the team is helping Findings will combine with indigenous oral history to shed new light. Into how indigenous peoples in the area cared for their horses. In the words of co, author Carlton Shield, chief over
there was a lot going on that Europeans didn't see. There was a two hundred. Your period were populations in the great plains and the West were adapting their cultures to the horse and our last cute. Animal burrowing, rabbits on Skype, home Island in Wales, have unearthed some free historic artifacts, while digging their low boroughs. One is a small tool. Known as a beveled pebble, which is about nine thousand years old and was probably used for processing things like shellfish and seal hides and the other is a Ariel earned that's about three thousand seven hundred fifty years old when wardens stop by the area. After making these discoveries that came at the next day, they saw that the rabbit said kicked out some other stuff, including another pebble and a piece of pottery filling these rabbit should get there were travel restrictions in place, of course, due to covid when these find surfaced, but once those restrictions are
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So I just loop. Those altogether previously historians of ECHO Japan have generally concluded that during the ETA period, wine was only produced for about four years and the real that wine production was ended, was that wine was closely associated with Christianity and Christianity was prohibited in Japan during the Edo period Now, researcher from Cuba, MOTA University have founded at O period document that adds a little more specificity to this general understanding. It's an order. For wine placed in September. Sixteen thirty two with notes about the written on it, one of the notes being that the wild grapes for the wine had been provided to the vassal who is going to make it, but actually pushes out the date for the end of wine making in Japan to one thousand six hundred and thirty, two from previously understood one thousand six hundred and thirty one. The host clan was also ordered to move to another domain
in January of the following year was that plan that had been making the wine and there's no evidence at all of any wine making in the new location after they moved move, non researchers at Washington, State University him analyzed. Fourteen miniature ancient Maya, flasks and well say miniature her. They measure about four centimeters across for the first time they residues from something other than tobacco. In addition to two different types of tobacco, these small containers also held mexican marigold, something that may have been added to make the experience of smoking the tobacco more pleasant and, on the other, end of the size spectrum. Archaeologists in Egypt found eight very large units at an ancient burial. Ground
known as a beat us and when we say very large, they were about twenty metres or sixty five feet. Long and two and a half meters are eight feed. Why each of these units contains two rows of pottery basins with forty basins and each row, and that would have been used to heat up water and grains to make beer mused date back to some time between thirty one, fifty b c and twenty six thirteen BC. This may be the oldest beer factory in the area. So now we're gonna move onto food research at brow, age mining mining sites in the Eastern Alps in Austria examined examined how workers at the mines procured and prepared their food from about the to to the ninth century. Mining mining at these sites became we specialised, meaning that the people at the mines will probably focused on the mind and not doing other work, and there were many people, having at the mines who wouldn't
have been mining earlier. Research has suggested that the miners preferred meat to eat was pork, and while the pigs were raised somewhere else, the mines had facilities on site to cure the meat that they got, but there wasn't as much investigation into any plant based foods that they might be eating, and so more recently, according to research that was published in March, the minors were eating cereals, but they were not processing the cereals themselves. So the grains are being old and milled somewhere else, and then the ready to cook grain was being delivered to the miners. It's all the possible that they were being delivered ready to eat bread as well, which I'm definitely on board with. So that means at least some of their cooking was also being done elsewhere. I would like bread deliberate internet subject. According to research published in the journal antiquity, there's evidence of prehistoric salt production.
North EAST England, dating back to thirty eight hundred to thirty seven hundred BC e prior to this discovery, the earliest conclusively known salt processing in England was from centuries after that, this conclusion came from the discovery of a chamber filled with flint tools and pieces of pottery, along with what appears to be hearts that were used to heat vessels containing brine. This may be one of the oldest salt processing sites in western Europe and another salt news researchers at Calais
rule, which is a UNESCO World heritage site have been documenting the use of salt as a commodity. Among the Maya, the oldest depiction of salt, there is from a mural that somewhere around twenty five hundred years old, it shows a vendor holding what looks like a salt cake wrapped in leaves, while someone across from them holds a spoon above a basket of what's interpreted as like granular salt archaeologists have also unearthed what has been dubbed the Panes Creek SALT works, which is massive salt processing facility on the coast of what's now believes in the words of archaeologist Heather Mc Killop quote, I think the ancient who worked here were producer vendors and they would take the salt by canoe up the river. They were making large quantities of salt much more than they needed for their immediate families. This was their living her papers
as a commodity or money in the classic Maya economy is being published in the June issue of the journal of anthropological archaeology. Now, going to move on to an ongoing favorite, which is the shipwrecks first up. The Greek Culture Ministry has announced the discovery of a roman era shipwreck, along with evidence of several other shipwrecks off the coast of the island of coregos. The roman ship was loaded with em foray and those are made in what's now, Spain in Tunisia and some of them contained oil. The other three ancient ships discovered in the survey were also carrying empty A popular thing to carry across the waterways are on Greece. These discoveries came from more than one hundred group dives, carried out by a team of more than twenty specialists and
part of a three year research project in the area that is finishing this year, so there could be more to come from. All of us. Divers have also returned to the wreck of the mentor, which is the ship that sank off the coast of Greece, while carrying marbles that Lord Elgin had removed from the Parthenon. We have a whole episode about those marbles and how they went down in a shipwreck. Dives to this ship have been ongoing since two thousand and nine and the most recent finds there connected to basically everyday life aboard the ship. So the team recovered an intact shoe sole items of clothing, a belt buckle in several pieces of the ship's rigging. They also found some chess pieces which probably part of the same set as the other chest pieces that have already been brought up, and in our last find for this episode. It's a little bit He d call this a discovery since the folks who had it knew it was there the whole time, but archaeologists have recently
I am aware of a one hundred thirty six year old wooden lifeboat that was being stored in the raft. Of a shed in western Australia. The lifeboat belongs to the maid of Lincoln, which sank in eighteen. Ninety one, while carrying a load of guano the several members of the crew and stowaway were all able to escape the wreck ragged the lifeboat. The captain then gave the boat to the Gregson family who helped them when they got to shore. For a time this family used the boat for fishing, but eventually they put it, when the rafters of the shed day, basically to get it out of the way they work. It anymore. Stick it up in the rafters decades later archaeology.
Bob Shepherd was shown around this property when one of the Gregson said come have a look at this Bob. I love that for now this lifeboat is being safely stored so that it can be restored and preserved, and then house, somewhere in the community, the family was pretty clear that they wanted it to stay in the general area. So that is it for unearth this time, but there's plenty more to come next time, we'll have more on Wednesday. In the meantime Tracy do you have a spot of listener mail I do. This is from Robin and Robin says hello, Holly and Tracy. I want to start off by saying that I love listening to stuff. You missed in history class and the personal touches you both bring to the story As you tell I've been wanting to email you about a subject, that's close to my heart, especially when I heard you mentioned Ella reef Blur also known as mother blur in your italian Hall disaster Episode and her involvement in the labor movement. With this very brief mention, I saw my opening to write, but then two thousand and twenty I get it.
And nobody's going to fall to here. That's for sure. On Monday, when I saw that your episode was about Moronto. I knew it was a sign that I had to re. You may be asking what Esperanto and mother bluer have in common while that would be Arden Delaware, mother Blur lived in Arden Delaware, which
located in northern Delaware. Less than an hour away from Philadelphia. Arden is one of four remaining single tax communities and the? U S, the other three are Arden town, Arden, Croft and fair hope. Alabama, both Arden town and Arden Craft, along with Arden, make up the ardent in northern Delaware. These single tax communities are based on the Henry George Principle of Tax land, not labour or single tax on their blur lived. An ardent almost from the very beginning of its founding in nineteen hundred was found in nineteen hundred by Philadelphia artist, Frank Stevens, Arden was originally a summer artists colony for local artists to live in community to inspire each other, sell their wares and out of the city for the summer. It was marked by an end of it
and fair slash. Market Maspero, slash market is still held today on the Saturday of Labour Day weekend. Within a few years, many of the summer time residents turned into your long residence, including mother, Blue and her family. Her son, Hamilton De Buzz, There was one of the well known artists to come out of warden with his warehouse gallery located in urban town, one of the founding tenants of art and was equality all were welcome, no matter race, a religion. Part of this equality was the use of Esperanto as a common language. In fact, the founder, Frank Stevens was often called Patro, which is father in Esperanto. Today. Esperanto is not often spoken, but it is a big part of the founding of the village of Arden. Today the Ardens are still part of the single tax movement and many artists and artisans still call this place home pottery, painting, jewelry and sculpture are just some of the crafts still practiced here today we even still hold an annual end of summer, fair to say,
local artisans, whereas on Labour day weekend, when not an a pandemic. Robin then has some suggestions for episode. Topics that are connected to all of this is thanks Robin thank you so much Robin for this I I had no idea of any of the not not this whole connection to Arden and
and the other organs are the best single tax movement. Any of that that, thank you so much for sending us an email full of so much interesting information will see, will see whether any of these suggestions eventually become episodes. We love getting suggestions. I built this is really long, so it can be really hard to predict when something might make an appearance on the show. So if you would like to write to us about this or any other podcast, where history POD cast an eye heart radio, that cop and we're all over social media admission history, that's real, find our Facebook Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram, and you can see our show at Apple broadcasts and my heart, radio out and wherever you get your blog stuff. You you in history class class, the production of heart, radio, for more broadcasts I heard radio visit by her radio have added mankind's or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
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