- Note to Editor Review by Gwynn Henderson, Archaeologist
We are just back from Spain and in the mail that had accumulated in our absence was the time issue of DIG Into History.
WOW, Rosalie. It is great!
This concept theme approach is marvelous, Rosalie.
Well done. I am so honored to be a member of the DIG Into History family.
EDITOR'S REPLY: You can read Gwynn's article, 'American Woodhenge,' in the September, 2016 issue.
(Posted on 9/19/16)
- Terrific Review by R. B. Pickering, Archaeologist
I’ve looked through the new issue – it’s terrific! Some very nice articles.
(Posted on 9/19/16)
- The September magazine looks awesome! Review by Carmen
I only just got it today, so I haven't read all the articles yet, but they look good! I really loved your article about the Lakota Winter Count. It was very informative!
(Posted on 9/15/16)
- First issue - disappointed Review by JulyBaby
There is so much other that could have been depicted (yes, I know ancient history;-).. to convey the Olympics............Because of the way I ordered this magazine, it was delivered to my address which will alleviate any disappointment to my grandson, but he will not receive this issue......very disappointed (given the claimed age-range for the children) in this issue. I was really hoping to bolster in him my passion for ancient history............not this time.
Thanks for your commentary, JulyBaby. We respect your opinion and we do hope that the current issue of Dig Into History, covering the concept and measurement of time throughout history is up to your level of expectation. Please, let us know.
(Posted on 9/5/16)
- Dig/Calliope Fan Review by Guest
I have been a devoted fan of Calliope for many years. All throughout my grade school years I eagerly anticipated the next issue's arrival in the mail. From Hatsheput to Hellenism, and Catherine the Great to Catherine of Aragon, Calliope always introduced me to fascinating subjects, and was the catalyst for my love of history. Because of that I wanted to express my thanks to everyone at Calliope (which I know is now Dig) for helping to shape my historical consciousness.
After graduating from high school last summer I decided to take a gap year before I start at Oberlin College next fall. Given this opportunity, I followed my heart and headed to the cultural heart of Western Civilization. I have been traveling in Europe for a couple months now. Visiting the places I read about in Calliope was incredible, informative, and my experience was greatly enriched by everything I had learned from past issues. I again want to thank all the Dig/Calliope staff for inspiring my cultural pilgrimage! Your work has greatly impacted my passions and eager pursuit of history.
(Posted on 3/21/16)