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Oldest Astronomical Instrument Discovered in China
  • 10/05/2012 16:33

Oldest Astronomical Instrument Discovered in China

Chinese scientists have proposed that an object collected 35 years ago from a tomb of the Western Han Dynasty in Fuyang city and called “lacquerware of unknown names” could be a gnomon with template.

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Buddhist antiques unearthed at Peruvaje
  • 09/05/2012 15:37

Buddhist antiques unearthed at Peruvaje

Buddhist antiques of Satavahana period were unearthed at Peruvaje in Dakshina Kannada. The Buddhist relics were found on the slopes of a small hill near Jaladurga temple.

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Greek and Byzantine-era tomb discoveries in Alexandria prompt construction freeze
  • 04/05/2012 09:47

Greek and Byzantine-era tomb discoveries in Alexandria prompt construction freeze

Egyptian archaeologists find four Greek and Byzantine-era tombs in old Alexandria’s eastern necropolis, bringing a halt to planned residential project.

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Skeleton found at Monreith farm
  • 04/05/2012 09:44

Skeleton found at Monreith farm

FARMER Jock McMaster got a big surprise when he was ploughing his fields at Blairbuy Farm last week when his plough unearthed an ancient grave.

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Scientists find runes on ancient comb
  • 01/05/2012 09:44

Scientists find runes on ancient comb

Archaeologists have found the oldest engravings of letters ever to be discovered in central Germany, officials from the area announced on Thursday.

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Han Dynasty Tombs Found by Accident
  • 01/05/2012 09:42

Han Dynasty Tombs Found by Accident

More than 50 ancient and rare relics were uncovered in a tomb excavation in Guxian County, Anhui province.

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Canadian archeologists unearth rare wooden statue of pharaoh
  • 17/04/2012 14:34

Canadian archeologists unearth rare wooden statue of pharaoh

A team of Canadian archeologists has unearthed a rare wooden statue of a pharaoh at a dig site in southern Egypt, and clues suggest the figure may be an important new representation of Hatshepsut — the great female king who enjoyed a long and successful reign about 3,500 years ago, but was almost erased from history by a male successor trying to secure his own power.

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Norway tries to reclaim explorer Amundsen's ship Maud
  • 17/04/2012 11:58

Norway tries to reclaim explorer Amundsen's ship Maud

A hearing on Thursday will decide the fate of a ship once captained by Roald Amundsen, the Norwegian explorer first to reach the south pole.

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Human remains uncovered at York Minster
  • 27/03/2012 16:05

Human remains uncovered at York Minster

Human remains believed to be more than 800 years old have been discovered at York Minster.

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New research shows ancient Maya women were powerful leaders
  • 27/03/2012 16:01

New research shows ancient Maya women were powerful leaders

To cell phone-toting, internet-obsessed citizens of the modern world, ancient cultures may seem difficult to relate to.

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