As it says my fansite now can wear the proud honour of having its own video! Thank you to all involved, who view this video and who are just the wonderful people you all are that inspired everything! There shall be more videos on the horizon! Enjoy! ~Emma Continue reading My Fansite Video Introduction!
20 years of raiding! The game series Tomb Raider is getting ready to enter into its 20th anniversary. Of course, I wanted to write a piece in celebration of that anniversary by defining the artwork found in the latest game. The new game Rise of the Tomb Raider shows off some outstanding artwork. Specifically, Byzantine-inspired designs. These distinctive art forms are seen throughout in the … Continue reading Byzantine Art History 20th Anniversary Celebration!
Ladies and gentlemen I have recently had the pleasure of interviewing the talented and kind actor (Earl Baylon) who brought Jonah to life in the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider and again in Rise of the Tomb Raider. Earl has brought Jonah into our hearts and shown him to be a strong, loyal friend to Lara, who would follow her anywhere. I would say he … Continue reading My Interview with Earl Baylon!
If you are a Lara Croft / Tomb Raider fan you will know that the world of Lara Croft has become a hotbed of releases. This seems to be a great year for Lady Croft, for we have seen two Lara Croft mobile games released Lara Croft Relic Run and Lara Croft Go. Both of these games are a great addition to any fan’s collection. … Continue reading [Review] Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen
I found this to be quite interesting for those of you who like to learn about Ancient Rome. Check it out! Deconstructing History: Pompeii Video – Ancient Rome – HISTORY.com. Continue reading Deconstructing History: Pompeii Video – Ancient Rome – HISTORY.com
Some students from America came to Albania earlier this year to study bones. The influx of US students studying abroad is becoming more common of late. Read more about the current group in this informative article. Student archaeologists continue an unlikely partnership | News from North Country Public Radio. Continue reading Student archaeologists continue an unlikely partnership | News from North Country Public Radio