Posted by: Johan Normark | October 8, 2013

Hail archaeology

No, I am not hailing archaeology. I am rather referring to an interesting blog post that opened my eyes for a new aspect of my “water as an archaeological object” project. A hailstorm seems to have killed at least 200 pilgrims in Himalaya more than 1000 years ago. I had not included hail in my coverage before but googling “hail” and associated terms a few minutes ago shows the disastrous effects hailstorms can have



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