Were archaeology to be defined solely by the movies, you’d assume it involves traveling to exotic lands and stealing ancient relics. Of course it’s not, but the “Tomb Raider” trope is alive and well across the globe. This summer, one Arizona State University archaeologist took a successful swipe at the stereotype and landed a hit.
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