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Researchers Discovered 8000-year-old Neolithic Moon-Shaped Calendar In Serbia @ Weeder

Researchers Discovered 8000-year-old Neolithic Moon-Shaped Calendar In Serbia http://t.co/MqU4yR1hN9 #tech #gadgets
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Berry Canote – Google+ - Twelve Burnt Mounds And Neolithic Paddle Found At Wetland…

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Twelve Burnt Mounds And Neolithic Paddle Found At Wetland Site #archaeology   (Twelve Burnt Mounds And Neolithic Paddle Found At Wetland Site #archaeology   [link] http://t.co/K1EhXC7FiI via...
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Ancient Architecture of the World - The History of Architecture - The Art History Archive

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Even at an early stage mankind strove to build higher and higher. We build on a ridiculous scale and spend thousands or millions of hours of labour on a single piece of structure, which may or may not be prone to earthquakes and other ravages of time.

 

Some of our most impressive structures are actually incredibly old and difficult to determine the precise dates they were built.


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Ancient massacre being discovered by archaeologists

An ancient fort on the island of Öland, Sweden, was once the scene of a terrible massacre. Now, 1600 years later, excavations done by archaeologists from Kal...
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Ancient Egyptian Fake Toes Earliest Prosthetics - Discovery News

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Ancient Egyptian Fake Toes Earliest ProstheticsDiscovery NewsFalse toe. Two ancient Egyptian wooden toes have been confirmed as the world's oldest prosthetics, according to scientific tests.


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Oops! That Etruscan warrior prince was actually a warrior princess - NBCNews.com

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Oops! That Etruscan warrior prince was actually a warrior princess
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Historians know relatively little about the Etruscan culture that flourished in what is now Italy until its absorption into the Roman civilization around 400 B.C.
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First Cave Artists May Have Been Mostly Women, New Study Suggests - Huffington Post

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First Cave Artists May Have Been Mostly Women, New Study Suggests
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Major Discovery Off Italian Coast.
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13 Places on Earth People Believed Were Entrances to Hell - io9

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The Ploutonion at Hierapolis: The ancient city of Hierapolis, near modern-day Pamukkale in Turkey was once home to a site considered sacred to Pluto, the god of the dead.
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This Is the Most Exciting Time in History to Be an Archaeologist - Slate Magazine

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Slate Magazine This Is the Most Exciting Time in History to Be an Archaeologist Slate Magazine I've used satellite datasets in Egypt—I believe we have still found less than 1 percent of its sites—to show ancient settlements, tombs, and even some...
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Mold gold cape: Bronze Age site's 'exciting' new finds - BBC News

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Mold gold cape: Bronze Age site's 'exciting' new finds
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An archaeological dig on the site where a priceless Bronze Age gold cape was found has unearthed new finds.
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10,000-Year-Old Home Found at Eshtaol

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Column from a cultic temple, cluster of rare axes found in archaeological excavation west of Jerusalem. (#neolithic 10000-Year-Old Home Found at Eshtaol - Arutz Sheva: 10000-Year-Old Home Found at EshtaolArutz Sheva...
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Deformed, pointy skull from Dark Ages unearthed in France

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The skeleton of an ancient aristocratic woman whose head was warped into a deformed, pointy shape has been unearthed in a necropolis in France (#neolithic Deformed, pointy skull from Dark Ages unearthed in France - Fox News: Deformed, pointy skull...
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Ancient Ocean Water Twice As Salty As Modern Seawater, Chesapeake Bay ... - Huffington Post

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Were the First Artists Mostly Women?

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Three-quarters of handprints in ancient cave art were left by women, study finds. (http://t.co/HiVuM7OIHx @lolklaine WE HAVE TO SEND THIS TO ARTH 200 TEACHER!
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Search for the mortal remains of King Richard III begins : Past Horizons Archaeology

Search for the mortal remains of King Richard III begins : Past Horizons Archaeology | ancient cities | Scoop.it

Richard III died at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 and his body is believed to have been buried in the English city of Leicester, but did it remain there and is it still there?


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Egypt's stolen heritage - Washington Post

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For hundreds of years the mystery and wonders of the pyramids, the sphinx and the Valley of the Kings have attracted visitors from around the world.
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2700-year-old portico found in Argilos, Greece - The History Blog

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A joint Greek-Canadian archaeological team has unearthed an ancient portico in the ancient city of Argilos, northeastern Greece. It dates to the 6th century B.C., the Greek Archaic period, which makes it a rare survival and the ...
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Cave Reveals Ancient Birds' Eye View - Discovery News

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Cave Reveals Ancient Birds' Eye View
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"Miquelon," the nickname of "Atapuerca 5", lived about 500,000 to 350,000 years ago and fossils of this species have been found in Italy, France and Greece.
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Italian government survives after weakened Berlusconi U-turns - EurActiv

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Italian government survives after weakened Berlusconi U-turns
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Ukrainians learnt to build bridges in ancient times and this experience comes in handy in the process of European int.. Blog | (How) Can humans adapt to climate change?
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Bronze Age burial hopes are dashed - This is Somerset

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Bronze Age burial hopes are dashed
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ARCHAEOLOGISTS who were tipped off about an ancient burial ground in Shepton Mallet are reaching the end of their dig.
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