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Salme Yields Evidence of Oldest Sailing Ship in Baltic Sea
  • 18/08/2011 20:35

Salme Yields Evidence of Oldest Sailing Ship in Baltic Sea

The ancient ship burial site in Salme on the island of Saaremaa still has some surprises in store.

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Iron Age people gave interiors of dwellings a decorative streak
  • 18/08/2011 20:32

Iron Age people gave interiors of dwellings a decorative streak

Archaeologists in Saxony-Anhalt have discovered a 2,600-year-old wall painted in bright patterns. It reveals that Iron Age houses were not the drab constructions they were once thought to be.

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Egyptian tomb mystery may be world's first protractor
  • 07/08/2011 16:29

Egyptian tomb mystery may be world's first protractor

The bizarre object was found in the tomb of an ancient Egyptian architect. For over 100 years, it has languished while archaeologists debated its function.

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Ancient dog skull unearthed in Siberia
  • 06/08/2011 09:14

Ancient dog skull unearthed in Siberia

A very well-preserved 33,000 year old canine skull from a cave in the Siberian Altai mountains shows some of the earliest evidence of dog domestication ever found.

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  • 02/04/2010 09:48

Maya fountain unearthed by archaeologists

Add plumbing to the mysterious arts of the ancient Maya, investigators report. In a J ournal of Archaeological Science study , anthropologist Kirk French and civil engineer Christopher Duffy of Penn State report on a conduit designed to deliver pressurized water to Palenque, an urban center in southern Mexico , more than 1,400 years ago .

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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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