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Giant prehistoric bird fossils found in Antarctica

Giant prehistoric bird fossils found in Antarctica | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Scientists on Wednesday said they have found the remains of a giant prehistoric bird that lived 50 million years ago in Antarctica and had the largest wingspan ever recorded.
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Chinese experts examine Haihunhou's coffin

Chinese experts examine Haihunhou's coffin | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
#Archaeology #China to examine Liu He Marquis of Haihun's coffin. West Han Dynasty history to become known soon.

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Painted Medieval church walls discovered in Northern Sudan

Painted Medieval church walls discovered in Northern Sudan | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
The largest group of paintings from the turn of the 8th/9th century has been discovered in Sudan by the mission of the Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw.
Interior of the Church of Archangel Raphael in Dongola [Credit: M.
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Construction works uncover first century Roman necropolis in Croatia

Construction works uncover first century Roman necropolis in Croatia | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Staff at Croatia's Trogir Museum received a phone call last week informing them that workers had found the remains of Roman urns during the expansion of a private parking lot in the area of Put Dragulina, a street located in the path of the former...
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14,500-year-old cave paintings discovered in Spain

14,500-year-old cave paintings discovered in Spain | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
A series of prehistoric cave paintings has been uncovered in the Basque Country, northern Spain, in a discovery experts have called a "once in a generation" find.
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The meteoritic origin of Tutankhamun's iron dagger blade

The meteoritic origin of Tutankhamun's iron dagger blade | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
An international research team (Politecnico di Milano, Università di Pisa, Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Italian National Research Council, University of Fayoum, Politecnico di Torino, XGLab Italian company) documents the meteoritic origin of the iron...
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Ancient Mayan observatory was used to track sun and Venus, researchers find

Ancient Mayan observatory was used to track sun and Venus, researchers find | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Researchers in Mexico have discovered that an ancient Mayan observatory isn't only aligned to the sun, it's also designed to track the movement of the planet Venus across the sky, confirming that the ancient Central American civilization had...
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Han-dynasty burial site unearthed in Hunan Province

Han-dynasty burial site unearthed in Hunan Province | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
RT @ArchaeoNewsNet: #archaeology: Han-dynasty burial site unearthed in Hunan Province - https://t.co/GrVi7lgg4R https://t.co/0QbaoeHCk7
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New support for human evolution in grasslands

New support for human evolution in grasslands | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Buried deep in seabed sediments off east Africa, scientists have uncovered a 24-million-year record of vegetation trends in the region where humans evolved.
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Spanish cave offers earliest evidence of fire-making in Europe

Spanish cave offers earliest evidence of fire-making in Europe | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Remnants of burnt rock and charred bone discovered in a cave in south east Spain could be the earliest evidence of fire making in Europe.
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Researchers map 6,000 years of urban settlements

Researchers map 6,000 years of urban settlements | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
As the growth of cities worldwide transforms humans into an "urban species," many scholars question the sustainability of modern urbanization. But in reality there aren't much data on long-term historical urbanization trends and patterns.
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Arctic tomb preserves oldest known Inuit dress

Arctic tomb preserves oldest known Inuit dress | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Arctic tomb - The Archaeology News Network https://t.co/DU94zNDISM via @ArchaeoNewsNet #jhucurates public display appropriate? for later
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Unusual Native American ceremonial site unearthed in Ohio

Unusual Native American ceremonial site unearthed in Ohio | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
RT @ArchaeoNewsNet: #archaeology: Unusual Native American ceremonial site unearthed in Ohio - https://t.co/jnulj4cbUD https://t.co/bOQxCacS…
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Nilometer discovered in ancient city of Thmuis in Egypt’s Delta region

Nilometer discovered in ancient city of Thmuis in Egypt’s Delta region | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
American and Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a rare structure called a nilometer in the ruins of the ancient city of Thmuis in Egypt’s Delta region.
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Four Egyptian tombs open to public for the first time

Four Egyptian tombs open to public for the first time | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
RT @ArchaeoNewsNet: #archaeology: Four Egyptian tombs open to public for the first time - https://t.co/HA9wqNy8Bx https://t.co/78GCTIwi3I
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Site of Bear River Massacre pinpointed in eastern Idaho

Site of Bear River Massacre pinpointed in eastern Idaho | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
The exact location of the Bear River Massacre in eastern Idaho has been determined, an archaeologist says.
A Shoshone encampment in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming, photographed by W.H.
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British pensioner 'finds' 2,300 year old ancient Greek gold crown in box under his bed

British pensioner 'finds' 2,300 year old ancient Greek gold crown in box under his bed | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
An incredibly rare gold crown estimated to be more than 2,000 years old was found in a tattered cardboard box under a retiree’s bed in England.
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Ancient Wari Empire likely did not cause large shifts in population genetic diversity | Archaeology News Network

Ancient Wari Empire likely did not cause large shifts in population genetic diversity | Archaeology News Network | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
The imperial dominance of the ancient Wari Empire at the Huaca Pucllana site in Lima, Peru, was likely not achieved through population replacement, according to a study published June 1, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Guido Valverde...
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Early farmers from across Europe were direct descendants of Aegeans

Early farmers from across Europe were direct descendants of Aegeans | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
For most of the last 45,000 years Europe was inhabited solely by hunter-gatherers.
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1,200 year old temple found buried in Odisha sand

1,200 year old temple found buried in Odisha sand | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Buried artefacts of the 8th Century are emerging during renovation work of the Bateswar temple near Rushikulya rookery in Ganjam district of Odisha, on India's the eastern coast.
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Captain's shrine of King Khufu's second solar boat discovered

Captain's shrine of King Khufu's second solar boat discovered | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Restorers working on the second solar boat of King Khufu (26th century BC) stumbled upon the timbers of the boat captain’s shrine during restoration works.
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The Witch Report 1600 — Yorkshire headed the list

The Witch Report 1600 — Yorkshire headed the list | Histoire et Archéologie | Scoop.it
Was 1600s Yorkshire a good place to be a witch? A history researcher at the University of Huddersfield has been finding out, and her investigations have resulted in a new online article.
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