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Tomb of prehistoric people discovered in cave

Tomb of prehistoric people discovered in cave | Archaeology News | Scoop.it

Excavating Con Moong Cave, archaeologists found tons of shells and a lot of working tools. The most valuable discovery is the remains of prehistoric people in tombs dating back tens of thousands of years ago.

 

The cave is the "big house" of the ancient Vietnamese. But this is not just a place of residence, but also the burial site. Digging to a depth of 3.6 m, archaeologists discovered the remains of four individuals of the Old Stone Age. Among them, there is a relatively intact tomb. The dead were buried in the lying position, with working tools made of stone.

According to scientists, Con Moong along with Nguoi Xua, Dang, Lai and Moc Long caves form a complex of relics showing the life of a community in a broad valley, with the change in population, location of residence and mode of production and this community contributed to create the Da But culture.

Since it was discovered, Con Moong cave annually attracts thousands of local and foreign tourists.

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Loved Vietnam, and wish I had been in this area.  

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Roman fort discovered in Gernsheim

Roman fort discovered in Gernsheim | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Archaeologists found two V-shaped ditches, and the post holes of a wooden defensive tower as well as other evidence from the time after the fort was abandoned
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New bog body discovered in Meath

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A new, partially intact bog body has been discovered by Bord na Mona workers in Co Meath.
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Time Team Reports | Wessex Archaeology

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Wessex Archaeology have offices in Salisbury, Sheffield, Rochester and Edinburgh. We are one of the UK's largest heritage practices.
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Time Team reports produced by Wessex Archaeology will be listed here as they become available.

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Rubicon Photo of the Week: The Glamorous Life of An Archaeologist

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Week 11: Sue Greaney

Here are my choices for Desert Island archaeology books - you can tell I'm hoping that it'll be quite some time before I'm rescued and have to face the real world again! Mark Edmonds - Ancestral Ge...
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Archaeologists Chase Private Funds To Preserve Greek Antiquities

Archaeologists Chase Private Funds To Preserve Greek Antiquities | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
The youths of Ancient Messene once trained at this Doric stadium, which cost more than $3 million to restore. Its one of the most impressive and popular ancient sites in Greece, in part thanks to an infusion of private funds.
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4,000-year-old pelt found in princess grave reveals bears roamed Dartmoor, England

4,000-year-old pelt found in princess grave reveals bears roamed Dartmoor, England | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
A 4,000-year-old fur pelt found in an ancient burial chamber belonging to a Bronze Age princess has revealed that brown bears once roamed Dartmoor, England, according to a BBC report.
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The amber jewelry from the Baltic shows that the grave was high status but the bear pelt is proof that bears lived in the area.

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Nunavut archaeology team finds Franklin-era ship's artefact - Nunatsiaq News

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Nunatsiaq News Nunavut archaeology team finds Franklin-era ship's artefact Nunatsiaq News A Government of Nunavut archaeology team claimed the first discovery from this year's massive search for the remains of the 1845-46 Franklin Expedition to the...
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Archaeology: 9th century Baths found at Bulgaria's Pliska - The Sofia Globe

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The Sofia Globe Archaeology: 9th century Baths found at Bulgaria's Pliska The Sofia Globe Archaeologists working at the site of Pliska, once the capital of the First Bulgarian Kingdom, have uncovered a luxurious royal baths that they believe date...
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Analysing Jawoyn rock-art in Arnhem Land

Analysing Jawoyn rock-art in Arnhem Land | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Researchers are working with archaeologists, anthropologists and the Northern Territory's Jawoyn community to chemically analyse ancient rock art and uncover its secrets
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Danish archaeologists find Viking Age ring fortress

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Archaeologists have discovered traces of a massive Viking fortress built with heavy timbers and earthen embankments in Denmark
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Archaeology: 2014 finds in Bulgaria include Roman statues, pottery workshop ... - The Sofia Globe

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From silk tunics to relics: Development of early relic worship

From silk tunics to relics: Development of early relic worship | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Archaeologists working with restorers are preserving and studying 4th-century tunics ascribed to St. Ambrose. In the course of examining these valuable silk garments, they have made surprising scholarly discoveries regarding the development of early relic worship.
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Poetry meets archaeology - School of European Culture and Languages - University of Kent

Poetry meets archaeology - School of European Culture and Languages - University of Kent | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
This is the 'Poetry meets archaeology' page on the 'School of European Culture and Languages' website at the 'University of Kent'.
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Neolithic necropolis contains twenty monumental tombs

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A site at Fleury-sur-Orne in northwestern France, has revealed an important Middle Neolithic (4500 BC) necropolis containing twenty monuments
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3,300-year-old 'Titanic of the Med' gives invaluable clues to Mideast's past - Archaeology

3,300-year-old 'Titanic of the Med' gives invaluable clues to Mideast's past - Archaeology | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
The Uluburun Shipwreck is at the center of a study of five wrecks by Tel Aviv University's Yuval Goren. Where did the Ulubrun come from? And where was it headed?
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Szkielet, wiadro i czarka - kolejne znaleziska w Weklicach

Szkielet, wiadro i czarka - kolejne znaleziska w Weklicach | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
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Between the rails in Montpellier

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As part of the construction of a new tram line in Montpellier, southern France, archaeologists were able to uncover fragments of the medieval past
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3,000-Year-Old Golden Bowl Hides a Grisly Archaeological Tale

3,000-Year-Old Golden Bowl Hides a Grisly Archaeological Tale | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
A famous golden bowl discovered in Iran may have been crushed in the ruins of an Iron Age citadel as enemy soldiers plunged to their deaths while trying to run off with looted treasures, according to a new interpretation.
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Archaeologists believe they have found dungeons that held Dracula

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Archaeologists in Turkey have uncovered a secret tunnel, storage rooms, a military shelter, and two dungeons during restoration work on Tokat Castle, where Vlad III the Impaler, who served as the insp (RT @ancientorigins: Archaeologists believe they...
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Dig deep to go on course to learn all about archaeology - Sheffield Telegraph

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Time Team fans can find out more about archaeology with a course at Experience Barnsley's Discovery Centre.
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Tracing changes in Nile Valley ecology over 6000 years

Tracing changes in Nile Valley ecology over 6000 years | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Ancient Egyptian artworks help scientists reconstruct how animal communities changed as climate became drier and human populations grew
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USA archaeological find downtown ‘totally unexpected’ - Lagniappe

USA archaeological find downtown ‘totally unexpected’ - Lagniappe | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
The archaeology program at the University of South Alabama partners with the Alabama Department of Transportation to – literally – uncover forgotten secrets of Mobile’s history. As per federal regulation, ALDOT teamed up with USA archaeologists to recently explore an area near the west entrance to the Wallace Tunnel on I-10, where ALDOT hopes to …
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Evidence for Copper Age settlement in Central Spain

Evidence for Copper Age settlement in Central Spain | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
Researchers have uncovered the remains of a previously unknown Copper Age settlement in the central Spanish region of Azután
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Great Pyramids! Egyptian Monuments Spotted From Space - NBC News

Great Pyramids! Egyptian Monuments Spotted From Space - NBC News | Archaeology News | Scoop.it
For more than three months, NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman has been chronicling subjects ranging from auroral lights to spaceship departures, and on Friday it w...
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