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Archaeologists Unearth What May Be Oldest Roman Temple

Archaeologists Unearth What May Be Oldest Roman Temple | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
The excavation has been particularly challenging because the temple lies below the water table.
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Roman eagle found by archaeologists in City of London

Roman eagle found by archaeologists in City of London | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
The 1,800-year-old sculpture of the imperial symbol is regarded as one of the best pieces of Romano-British art ever found
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Early Roman period mansion discovered by archaeologists

Early Roman period mansion discovered by archaeologists | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
In excavating sites in a long-inhabited urban area like Jerusalem, archaeologists are accustomed to noting complexity in their finds -- how various occupying civilizations layer over one another during the site's continuous use over millennia.
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Dorothy King's PhDiva: A Byzantine Menorah Necklace From Jerusalem

Dorothy King's PhDiva: A Byzantine Menorah Necklace From Jerusalem | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
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Interesting reminder of how fluid cultures have always been.

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Floods expose Roman ruins at Baiae - ANSA English - ANSA.it

Floods expose Roman ruins at Baiae - ANSA English - ANSA.it | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
Floods expose Roman ruins at Baiae, Parts of decadent Naples Bay resort emerge, , English News, Ansa
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Italian archaeologists hail discovery of Etruscan warrior prince's tomb - Telegraph

Italian archaeologists hail discovery of Etruscan warrior prince's tomb   - Telegraph | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
Italian archaeologists have hailed as remarkable the discovery of an intact tomb containing the skeleton of a presumed Etruscan warrior prince who lived 2,700 years ago.
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The Etruscans served as kings in Rome under the monarchy.

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Digging up Roman gold in the City of London - Telegraph

Digging up Roman gold in the City of London  - Telegraph | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
A huge archaeological dig is revealing hundreds of miraculously preserved artefacts, giving an unprecedented picture of fashion, culture and eating habits
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Spy Photos Reveal Roman Wall in Romania

Spy Photos Reveal Roman Wall in Romania | Archaeolgy | Scoop.it
Another genuinely interesting one ... this version from the Ayreshire Post: Declassified spy photographs have helped archaeologists uncover the lost history of a Roman wall dating from the second c...
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