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Ancient 2,400-year-old gold bongs discovered in Russia
  • 01/06/2015 10:29

Ancient 2,400-year-old gold bongs discovered in Russia

The “once-in-a-century” discovery of a set of solid gold bongs has offered a glimpse into the little-understood lives of Scythians, who ruled vast areas of Eurasia for a thousand years 2,400 years ago.

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Volunteer historians in bid to shed light on orphan graves, unearthing Hobart history
  • 21/05/2015 09:05

Volunteer historians in bid to shed light on orphan graves, unearthing Hobart history

A group of volunteer historians is shedding light on a little known burial ground in Hobart where 400 orphans were laid to rest.

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Inhabitants in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta two thousand years ago
  • 18/05/2015 10:36

Inhabitants in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta two thousand years ago

Vestiges of an ancient civilization in Dong Thap Muoi in the Mekong Delta of southern Vietnam have revealed the lifestyle and community of inhabitants over 2,000 years ago.

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Artifacts lost in shipwreck 191 years ago returned to Hawaii
  • 14/04/2015 14:24

Artifacts lost in shipwreck 191 years ago returned to Hawaii

LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) — A museum in Hawaii is preparing to open a treasure-trove of artifacts from the shipwreck of a royal yacht sunk off the coast of Kauai 191 years ago.

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  • 07/04/2015 12:43

Archaeologists discover Cham relics, prayer rooms at construction site in Vietnam

Archaeologists said they have discovered Cham relics and structures dating back to the 9th century during site clearance work for a highway project in the central province of Quang Nam.

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Unearthing an Iron Age Sanctuary in the Mediterranean
  • 24/03/2015 09:23

Unearthing an Iron Age Sanctuary in the Mediterranean

In the summer of 2015 a team of archaeologists will begin excavation of a cyclopean sanctuary located on the Mediterranean island of Menorca.

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Polish archaeologists in the forgotten capital of ancient Egypt
  • 17/03/2015 14:35

Polish archaeologists in the forgotten capital of ancient Egypt

The second season of fieldwork of the Polish archaeological project in Gebelein in southern Egypt has begun. The place was a very important centre in the history of ancient Egypt, but researchers still know little about it.

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Tomb of Amun gate's guard uncovered in Luxor
  • 09/03/2015 15:21

Tomb of Amun gate's guard uncovered in Luxor

An 18th dynasty tomb belonging to the guard of the ancient god Amun’s gate, Amenhotep, has been discovered in Gorna on Luxor’s west bank.

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The Destruction of Cultural Heritage Should be a War Crime
  • 09/03/2015 15:15

The Destruction of Cultural Heritage Should be a War Crime

It turns out that the news isn’t as bad as it first appeared. Last week, Islamic State posted a five-minute video of men destroying ancient Mesopotamian sculptures in the Mosul Museum, Iraq’s second-largest museum, with sledgehammers and power tools. Their stated reason was that these works of art promoted idolatry. It was a sickening sight—more than one person I know couldn’t bear to watch the footage—and quickly elicited public denunciations from cultural leaders such as Thomas P. Campbell, director of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Unesco Director-General Irina Bokova.

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Ancient snow patches melting at record speed
  • 21/02/2015 13:51

Ancient snow patches melting at record speed

Climate change is about to wipe out snowfields that have survived in the Norwegian mountains for 5,000 years.

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