Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) Preparing for death in Bronze Age Galloway Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) The discovery of 3 cists found within close proximity to one another has intrigued archaeologists.
This summer, the Jezreel Valley Regional Project teamed up with Israeli archaeologist Yotam Tepper to expose a Roman camp just south of Tel Megiddo known as Legio. In this web-exclusive report, directors Matthew J.
Archaeologists today make Indiana Jones look like ancient history NBCNews.com Traditionally, archaeologists have been limited by the number of artifacts they can transport from the field or from a museum to a lab where they can be analyzed.
Archaeologists uncover a scene of horror at 'Swedish Pompeii' NBCNews.com Swedish archaeologists have uncovered what appears to be a 5th-century murder mystery at an island fort that's being compared to Italy's Pompeii ruins.
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the biggest groups of Iron Age metal artefacts to be found in the region- in addition to finding dice and gaming pieces. A dig at a prehistoric monument, ...
National Geographic "Lost" New England Revealed by High-Tech Archaeology National Geographic This "lost" New England of the colonial era has started to emerge, thanks to archaeologists piercing the forests with the latest in high-tech scanners,...
Haaretz 1700-year-old curse discovered in Roman villa in Jerusalem Haaretz Kyrilla and Iennys were apparently involved in a legal dispute, the archaeologists said, and Kyrilla hoped to gain the upper hand over her adversary by means of the curse.
BBC News Watch: Team of Warwickshire archaeologists open Roman coffin Coventry Telegraph A team of Warwickshire archaeologists are hoping to lift the lid on the secrets of a coffin dating back to Roman England after it was carefully opened today.
“"The Streets Are Hollow": On the Job With an Archaeologist in NYC Gizmodo This summer, as workers labored away at a construction site at the southern tip of Manhattan, a team of archaeologists following their progress made an amazing discovery:...”
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