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TED Ideas: 4 amazing archeological finds — and how you can help protect others like them

May 15, 2017

Space archaeologist Sarah Parcak highlights 4 thrilling recent finds — and shows us how we can safeguard ancient sites with GlobalXplorer, her new online citizen science platform. Archaeologists worship at the temple of possibility. We travel thousands of miles and dig for years under hot suns, hoping to discover something that will help us unravel the…

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  1. Amazing! Thanks, Muriel Kauffmann, viewfromoverthehill.wordpress.com

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