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The Art Angle Podcast: The Most Astounding Archaeology Revelations of 2021 (Can You Dig It?)
Writer Sarah Cascone delves into new revelations in the world of old stuff.
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’Tis the season, once again, it’s The Art Angle Christmas episode. Can you believe we made it through another one of these incredibly intense pandemic years? We figured we would craft this festive little holiday-cast as something soothing and reflective, some old fashioned balm for the soul. No NFTs here. What is the antithesis of NFTs you ask? Why archaeology of course! And it just so happens that this year was filled with all kinds of fascinating revelations that continue to shape, and sometimes radically rewrite our understanding of the ancient world. On this episode Artnet News senior writer Sarah Cascone discusses what new developments happened in the world of old news.
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