Tag Archives: Archaeology

King David and his pretty little lyres

When researching the old European lyres there are two pictures that always keep surfacing: The Vespasian Lyre Probably the most famous is the one of King David in the Vespasian Psalter (Southern England, 2nd or 3rd quarter of the 8th … Continue reading

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A unique find at Texel

Some great news was announced today: Last year a group of underwater archaeologists discovered a complete 17th century wardrobe. It was found in the wreck of a three-masted ship which sunk  near the island of Texel, in the north of … Continue reading

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