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Life After Disaster: A Conversation with Archaeologist Sandy MacGillivray

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Canadian archaeologist Alexander “Sandy” MacGillivray studies disasters for a living. He’s an expert on one of the worst cataclysms in history, the eruption of the volcano on Thera (present-day Santorini, Greece) around 1500 B.C. Thera blackened the world’s skies, sent… More»

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      Strangest childbirth in mythological history?

      In this Mannerist depiction of the story, half-naked, twisting bodies unfold in a rather odd scene. Bacchus is plopped from the womb as his mother, a moral named Semele, catches on fire

      Traumatic. 

      03/03/15

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