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Archaeological Champa relics to be excavated
  • 10/10/2014 15:13

Archaeological Champa relics to be excavated

(Cinet)- Museum of the central Binh Dinh province has announced the discovery of more than 600 precious items at Rung Cam (Forbidden Forest) site at Thu Thien Thuong village, Binh Nghi commune, Tay Son district during a recent archaeological excavation of Champa relics.

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Ancient ceramics found at sea
  • 10/10/2014 15:09

Ancient ceramics found at sea

Fragments of ceramic ware and stone statuary ware from an old shipwreck have been found on an ancient ship found under water near the islet of An Binh, 3km from Ly Son Island in the central province of Quang Ngai.

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Unique archaeological discovery in Supraśl
  • 07/10/2014 09:32

Unique archaeological discovery in Supraśl

A place where people performed rituals more than four thousand years ago has been discovered by archaeologists in Supraśl (Podlaskie). The closest analogies to discovered fragments of ceramic vessels originate from the Iberian Peninsula, told PAP Dariusz Manasterski, one of the leaders of the excavation.

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Ha Tinh receives Certificate for Phoi Phoi-Bai Coi archaeological site
  • 07/10/2014 09:28

Ha Tinh receives Certificate for Phoi Phoi-Bai Coi archaeological site

(Cinet)– Ha Tinh Provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Nghi Xuan People’s Committee organized to receive cultural and historical relics at national level for Phoi Phoi-Bai Coi archaeological site on September 30.

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Archaeologists find prehistoric ceramic pieces in Truong Sa
  • 25/09/2014 11:36

Archaeologists find prehistoric ceramic pieces in Truong Sa

KHANH HOA (VNS) — Archaeologists yesterday made public numerous artefacts they had found during the latest excavation off the Truong Sa, Nam Yet, Phan Vinh and Son Ca islands in Khanh Hoa Province.

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  • 23/09/2014 10:08

Shipwrecks Discovered in Nautical ‘Graveyard’ at San Francisco’s Golden Gate

Maritime archaeologists say they’ve discovered the wrecks of two great but long-forgotten ships, along with a newly found “mystery wreck,” just outside San Francisco’s famous Golden Gate.

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Millennia-old sunken ship could be world’s oldest, researchers suggest
  • 14/09/2014 17:12

Millennia-old sunken ship could be world’s oldest, researchers suggest

The port at Urla is one of Turkey’s rare underwater excavation sites. There, experts say, a sunken ship estimated to be 4,000 years old is one of the oldest in the Mediterranean

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Archaeologists rush to save Yup'ik treasures threatened by vanishing shoreline
  • 03/09/2014 22:45

Archaeologists rush to save Yup'ik treasures threatened by vanishing shoreline

QUINHAGAK -- On the eroding Bering Sea coast of far Western Alaska, archaeologists from around the world are unearthing remnants of an ancient Yup’ik village frozen in place for hundreds of years.

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Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away­
  • 30/08/2014 00:00

Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away­

The mysterious Kennewick Man, who died 9,000 years ago in the Columbia River Valley, was a seal hunter who rambled far and wide with a projectile point lodged in his hip, five broken ribs that never healed properly, two small dents in his skull and a bum shoulder from the repetitive stress of throwing spears.

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Greek tomb at Amphipolis is 'important discovery'
  • 15/08/2014 10:31

Greek tomb at Amphipolis is 'important discovery'

Archaeologists unearthing a burial site at Amphipolis in northern Greece have made an "extremely important find", says Greek PM Antonis Samaras.

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