Articles by Caroline Seawrightby Caroline Seawright
Below, listed in date order, are my culture and archaeology-related articles. Some of my other articles, including a number which were written for Themestream, are listed on my About Me page. These articles cover holidays, Japan, Christianity/Christmas, RPGing, a few recipes, and books, a few tv-shows and fanfiction. My Egyptology articles cover deities, life and hieroglyphs.
ARC3MAN Essay: The Significance of Rippon Lea and its Impact on Heritage Values - 2013
ARC3AIV Essay: The Nature of Aboriginal Past in Victoria - 2013
ARC2GIS Essay: A Geographic Information System (GIS) does not store maps. Discuss. - 2012
ARC2EGY Essay: The Process of Identification: Can Mummy KV60-A be Positively Identified as Hatshepsut? - 2012
ARC2AZT Essay: Life, Death and Chocolate in Mesoamerica: The Aztecs and the Maya; Where did the Ritual Use of Cacao Originate? - 2012
ARC2AIA Essay: The Reason we Have Little Evidence of Symbolic Behaviour Dating to the Last Ice Age is due to Strong Taphonomic Influences? - 2012
ARC2ANM Essay: What was the nature of Classic Maya belief regarding the Moon Goddess? - 2011
LIN1NLB Essay: Egyptian Language Report - 2010
ARC1DOH Essay: What does the Archaeological Record Reveal about the Behavioural Repertoire of the Neanderthals? - 2009
ARC1AAC Essay: Describe how the Pyramid of Khufu at Giza was Built - 2009
ARC1DAR Essay: Was the Excavation of Seahenge the Best Outcome for that Site? - 2009
Hatshepsut, the Woman who would be King | TALK: The voice of Orascom Telecom - 2008
A full listing of my academic articles for LaTrobe University PDFs are available online.
Culture and Questions
How did my Name end up on this Chinese Marie Claire Article, 'Geishas: Perfect Woman'? - Oct 2012
Taikomochi or Houkan, the Male Counterpart to the Geisha - Mar 2003
Japanese Footwear - Geta and Zori - Apr 2001
More than Just a Cup of Tea - Jan 2001
Geisha - My Story (with links to information about geisha) - Dec 2000
See all of my other articles here.
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