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Bronze Age treasure found in Denmark
  • 12/07/2015 18:41

Bronze Age treasure found in Denmark

Danish archaeologists have found 2,000 gold spirals buried in a field in Zealand that they suspect were used to adorn the ceremonial garbs of sun-worshiping priest-kings during the Bronze Age.

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3.5 - 2 thousand years old gold objects found near Jasło
  • 26/06/2015 10:57

3.5 - 2 thousand years old gold objects found near Jasło

Gold items preliminarily dated to 1600-400 BC have been discovered by a farmer near Jasło in the Subcarpathia. Antique objects have been transferred to the Subcarpathian Museum in Krosno.

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  • 26/06/2015 10:51

Armada artefacts taken from seabed

Severe winter storms over the last two years are believed to have led to the recent discovery of relics from the Spanish Armada off the Irish coast.

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  • 26/06/2015 10:19

Digging up history at Shaker Museum in NH

Dirt is sifted in front of the Great Stone Dwelling House at the Enfield Shaker Museum. It's a project uncovering the past that's being led by Plymouth State University with help of volunteers and students.

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Archaeologists return to prehistoric sanctuaries on island of Menorca, Spain
  • 04/06/2015 09:48

Archaeologists return to prehistoric sanctuaries on island of Menorca, Spain

After nearly 30 years, a team of archaeologists will be returning once again to the site of So na Cacana on the island of Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, to renew investigations of a prehistoric sanctuary complex that archaeologists believe represented the remains of theTalaiotic Culture , a prehistoric culture that flourished, particularly on the islands of Majorca and Menorca, during the 1st Millenium BCE.

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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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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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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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