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23,000 year old stone wall found at entrance to cave in Greece
  • 02/04/2010 09:37

23,000 year old stone wall found at entrance to cave in Greece

An undated handout photo provided by the Greek Culture Ministry shows an prehistorical stone wall. The ministry said Greek experts discovered the oldest stony wall of the country, blocking the entrance of a cavern for 23,000 years in Thessalia, in the north.

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Roman remains in York are 'elite' African woman
  • 02/04/2010 09:30

Roman remains in York are 'elite' African woman

Archaeologists have revealed the remains of what they say was a "high status" woman of African origin who lived in York during Roman times .

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Evidence of Mormon Participation in Mexican War Found
  • 09/03/2010 22:28

Evidence of Mormon Participation in Mexican War Found

The recent finding of a 19th century silver bracelet in Alamo Mocho, in the desert of Baja California, represents the first material evidence of presence of the Mormon Battalion, which camped at the site before integrating to the 1847 Mexico-United States War (Mexican War).

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Egypt set to unveil Tutankhamun DNA results
  • 25/02/2010 13:53

Egypt set to unveil Tutankhamun DNA results

CAIRO — One of the great remaining mysteries from ancient Egypt , the ancestry of the boy-pharaoh Tutankhamun, may soon be solved, the country's antiquities supremo hinted on Sunday.

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  • 25/02/2010 13:52

Greece: New Underwater Archaeological Site Designated Off Polyaigos Island

A shipwreck located off the small uninhabited Cycladic island of Polyaigos in the central Aegean will be designated as an “underwater archaeological site” by Greece ’s Culture Ministry, the institution’s representatives announced recently.

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Ambassador or slave? East Asian skeleton discovered in Vagnari Roman Cemetery
  • 03/02/2010 10:40

Ambassador or slave? East Asian skeleton discovered in Vagnari Roman Cemetery

A team of researchers announced a surprising discovery during a scholarly presentation in Toronto last Friday. The research team, based at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, has been helping to excavate an ancient Roman cemetery at the site of Vagnari in southern Italy. Led by Professor Tracy Prowse, they’ve been analyzing the skeletons found there by performing DNA and oxygen isotope tests.

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Sections of Anahita Temple at Kangavar Destroyed By New Construction
  • 03/02/2010 10:20

Sections of Anahita Temple at Kangavar Destroyed By New Construction

Once again pre-Islamic Iranian heritage faces destruction, this time the victim is the famous historical platform known as the Anahita Temple, in the township of Kangavar in Kermanshah Province.

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Skeleton found buried at Yorkshire Museum
  • 03/02/2010 10:17

Skeleton found buried at Yorkshire Museum

A skeleton has been uncovered by builders carrying out refurbishment work at Yorkshire Museum.

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Queen Berenike's cat goddess temple discovered in Alexandria, Egypt
  • 03/02/2010 10:14

Queen Berenike's cat goddess temple discovered in Alexandria, Egypt

The remains of a temple of Queen Berenike - wife of King Ptolemy III - have been discovered by archaeologists in Alexandria, Egypt.

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Gold treasure, ancient tombs and mediaeval walls
  • 03/02/2010 10:12

Gold treasure, ancient tombs and mediaeval walls

The new decade has set off to a good start with excavations yielding valuable finds in Saqqara and Islamic Cairo, Nevine El-Aref reports

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