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Vietnam National Museum of History

  • 22/03/2016 00:39

Uncovering the mystery of very early humans in New Mexico

Shaggy, heavy-shouldered bison have grazed the wide open spaces of the American Southwest for thousands of years. They made a tempting target for the hunters who walked the empty landscape between 9,000 and 13,000 years ago. The bison were attracted to a lush landscape west of Socorro, New Mexico where wetlands created by mountain runoff stretched across hundreds of acres. The hunters were attracted to the bison.

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  • 13/03/2016 21:57

Ancient underground city in İzmit excites archaeology world

A new excavation process will start in April in northwestern Turkey, where officials believe a huge ancient palace lies underground

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  • 17/01/2016 20:01

Buried treasure: 1700s ship, preserved in a watery grave, emerges as hotel goes up

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A large, heavy ship, scuttled between 1775 and 1798, is being dug out of its damp grave at the site of a hotel construction project in Old Town Alexandria.

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  • 17/01/2016 19:59

Archaeologist discovers Maya royal burial

Tom Garrison was four hours away from camp down a bumpy jungle road—headed into the city to get treated for poisonwood exposure—when he got the call from his co-director Edwin Román.

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  • 11/12/2015 10:37

Astronomy archaeology – finding 120-year-old observations

HISTORIC ASTRONOMY In the basement under the Niels Bohr Institute building on Juliane Maries Vej in Copenhagen they have found astronomical observations that go more than 120 years back in time. The observations were recorded on thin photographic plates made out of glass and they have been shown to contain footage a solar eclipse that is of particular historical interest

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  • 12/11/2015 15:09

Selinunte: Site of ancient massacre yields the secrets of a lost Greek city

One of the ancient world’s greatest tragedies, frozen in time for almost 2500 years, is at last yielding up its long-lost secrets.

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  • 12/11/2015 15:07

Archaeologists uncover 2,300-year-old theatre on Cyprus

Nicosia (AFP) - An Australian archaeological team in Cyprus has uncovered a theatre dating from 300 BC, the oldest structure of its kind yet unearthed on the Mediterranean island, the antiquities department said Friday.

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  • 06/11/2015 09:53

Ice Age engravings found at Jersey archaeological site

A dig in Jersey has yielded a stash of hunter-gatherer artefacts from the end of the last Ice Age, including stone pieces criss-crossed by carved lines.

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Revealing the mysteries of the Maya script
  • 06/11/2015 09:51

Revealing the mysteries of the Maya script

EPFL researchers have come up with an algorithm to analyze Mayan writing. This project could one day contribute to translating this complex and still partially unknown language.

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  • 26/10/2015 15:52

Being rich in the Middle Ages led to an unhealthy life

In the Middle Ages only wealthy town people could afford to eat and drink from beautiful, colored glazed cups and plates. But the glazing was made of lead, which found its way into the body if you ate acidic foods. This has been revealed by chemical investigations of skeletons from cemeteries in Denmark and Germany.

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