Although it's not archaeology, it's still cultures coming together for one common reason, music. Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir - 'Lux Aurumque'-is burning up youtube and inspiring people from around the globe. The harmonies, the soft eloquent voices, and the soothing mood, creates an astounding and miraculous experience.
I wanted to thank Glenn over at Man-Overboard for finding and posting this amazing piece of artistry.
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Even before I began my education in anthropology and archaeology, I had read several books on theory and method, as well as researched diver...
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