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Viking feasting hall discovered in Sweden by archaeologists - HeritageDaily

Viking feasting hall discovered in Sweden by archaeologists - HeritageDaily | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
A Viking feasting hall measuring almost 50 metres in length has been identified near Vadstena in Sweden.
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Shaanxi to construct China's first archaeology museum - Chinadaily USA

Shaanxi to construct China's first archaeology museum - Chinadaily USA | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
China's first archaeology museum will be constructed in Xi'ancity, capital of Northwest China's Shaanxi province.
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HD - The Land Of Punt (Somalia), Queen Hatshepsut's Expedition

Commentary and analysis of Queen Hatshepsut's expedition to "The Land of Punt" (also known as "Ta Netjer", "The Land of God"), present day Somalia.
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Study Raises Questions About Evolution of the Human Brain - Popular Archaeology

Study Raises Questions About Evolution of the Human Brain - Popular Archaeology | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Study Raises Questions About Evolution of the Human Brain
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There may be a fly in the ointment for some evolutionists when it comes to early brain adaptations in human evolutionary theory.
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Lead Anchor Stock (10A05)

Lead Anchor Stock (10A05) | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Roman lead anchor stock found in Bovisand Bay, Plymouth Sound, UK #archaeology #Shipwrecks http://t.co/dfKlZxJnhh http://t.co/XTTdRQQutk
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How I unraveled an African statue hoax - The Observers

How I unraveled an African statue hoax - The Observers | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
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How I unraveled an African statue hoax
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If there was a ranking of the craziest Internet swindles, this one might just win first place.
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Rare Ancient Bronze Statues — Part 2 of 2 Athena ...

Rare Ancient Bronze Statues — Part 2 of 2 Athena ... | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
I previously posted images and commentary on two of the very well–preserved bronze statues of Artemis that are in the Piraeus Museum (port of Athens). People ofter wonder "what did the statute of Athena in the Parthenon ...
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News - 800-year-old farmers could teach us how to protect the Amazon - Archaeology - University of Exeter

News - 800-year-old farmers could teach us how to protect the Amazon - Archaeology - University of Exeter | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
#FridayFact 800 is quite old for a ecology advisor but research ahows that ancient farming could protect the #Amazon http://t.co/g8UVgMUIQU
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Amazon.com: Revealing Archaeology: Software

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Revealing Archaeologyby Thinking Strings(1)2 used & new from ...
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Under Mexico City - Archaeology Magazine

Under Mexico City  - Archaeology Magazine | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Beneath the capital's busy streets, archaeologists are discovering the buried world of the Aztecs (Beneath the capital's busy streets, archaeologists are discovering the buried world of the Aztecs #Mexico

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Archaeologists Excavate Roman Temple Area at Maryport

Archaeologists Excavate Roman Temple Area at Maryport | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Burnt offerings found beneath rectangular structure.
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Best of Egypt Tour - Visit to Hatshepsut Ma'at-ka-Ra 's Mortuary temple at Deir el Bahri - YouTube

Black History Study Tours and Timeless Tours presents the Best of Egypt Tour - May 2014. Feedback on the visit to Hatshepsut Ma'at-ka-Ra 's Mortuary temple a... (Best of Egypt Tour 2014.
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New Kingdom of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Kingdom of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The New Kingdom of Egypt, also referred to as the Egyptian Empire, is the period in ancient Egyptian history between the 16th century BC and the 11th century BC, covering the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt. Radiocarbon dating places the exact beginning of the New Kingdom between 1570-1544 BC.

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Shetland Museum's highly regarded Archaeology Collection given Recognised ... - Culture24

Shetland Museum's highly regarded Archaeology Collection given Recognised ... - Culture24 | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Shetland Museum's Archaeology Collection has become the latest Recognised Collection of National Significance awarded by Museums Galleries Scotland.
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Ten Hindu temples in India, you must visit once in your lifetime

Ten Hindu temples in India, you must visit once in your lifetime | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Ten Hindu temples in India, you must visit once in your lifetime. Civilization started thousands of years ago in India.
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Home owner discovers ancient underground city beneath his house in Anatolia

Home owner discovers ancient underground city beneath his house in Anatolia | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
A home owner living in the Melikgazi district of Kayseri province in Anatolia made a surprising discovery while clearing out an area under his house – a subterranean city, of which 4,000 square (Home owner wanted to clean his basement and discovered...
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Phoenician Artifacts Recovered Off Coast of Malta - Archaeology Magazine

Phoenician Artifacts Recovered Off Coast of Malta - Archaeology Magazine | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
50 amphorae have been found off Malta's coast, signs of a Phoenician ship that sunk ca700 B.C. http://t.co/3LVzHmO9dE http://t.co/0NsEbUqvcU
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Jordan Revealed: Temples and Tombs of Petra (Travel Guide) eBook: Approach Guides, David Raezer, Jennifer Raezer: Amazon.ca: Kindle Store

Jordan Revealed: Temples and Tombs of Petra (Travel Guide) eBook: Approach Guides, David Raezer, Jennifer Raezer: Amazon.ca: Kindle Store (http://t.co/IRAvUnSLo6 #2: Jordan Revealed: Temples and...
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Faunal remains from Sai Island, New Kingdom town: Pigs at SAV1 ...

Faunal remains from Sai Island, New Kingdom town: Pigs at SAV1 ... | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
In New Kingdom Egypt, pig is among the most numerous species killed for meat and a preference for young animals is traceable in settlements (see e.g. at Amarna, Kemp 2012, 219-220). It can be very tentatively suggested ...
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The discovery of a Gallo-Roman monumental sanctuary and its statuary at Pont-Saint-Maxence - Preventive Archaeology in France

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The discovery of a Gallo-Roman monumental sanctuary at Pont-Saint-Maxence - Preventive Archaeology in France http://t.co/PYyjpjB16K
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The Tower Mill: An archaeological excavation of Queensland's oldest extant building | Hall | Queensland Archaeological Research

The Tower Mill: An archaeological excavation of Queensland's oldest extant building (Open Access: The Tower Mill: An archaeological excavation of Queensland's oldest extant building http://t.co/m1oNEosr43
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ARCHAEOLOGY - ‘Dracula’s tomb’ discovered in Italy

ARCHAEOLOGY - ‘Dracula’s tomb’ discovered in Italy | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Researchers believe they may have finally discovered the whereabouts of the grave of the Ottomans nemesis, Vlad the Impaler (Ele até que tinha uma cara simpática.
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Archaeology « Shrine of Dreams

Archaeology « Shrine of Dreams | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Posts about Archaeology written by mikulpepper (Viking artifacts from Dublin area.
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Jewelry, mummies and the Magna Carta - Tri Parish Times

Jewelry, mummies and the Magna Carta - Tri Parish Times | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Jewelry, mummies and the Magna Carta Tri Parish Times “We knew the kids wanted an immersive experience, so we've actually recreated rooms from the religious temple at Karnak, and they're torch lit,” said Rich Hutting, a senior discovery guide at...
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Migration Period cremations unearthed in Poland - Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release)

Migration Period cremations unearthed in Poland - Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) | Cool Archaeological and History Stuff | Scoop.it
Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) Migration Period cremations unearthed in Poland Past Horizons Archaeology News (press release) Dozens of cremation graves dating to around 400 AD; the start of the Great Migration period, are being...
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