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Diets of the middle and lower class in Pompeii revealed

Diets of the middle and lower class in Pompeii revealed | Monde antique | Scoop.it
University of Cincinnati archaeologists are turning up discoveries in the famed Roman city of Pompeii that are wiping out the historic perceptions of how the Romans dined, with the rich enjoying delicacies such as flamingos and the poor scrounging...
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Evidence of Roman fort uncovered near Britain's Lancaster Castle

Evidence of Roman fort uncovered near Britain's Lancaster Castle | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Evidence of a major Roman fort, designed to keep invaders out of Britain, may have been unearthed by archaeologists in Lancashire.
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Two ancient tombs uncovered in Kato Paphos

Two ancient tombs uncovered in Kato Paphos | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Work to clean up Kato Paphos was bought to a grinding halt on Thursday morning after the discovery of two ancient tombs in the heart of the area.
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Palace of Nestor in the Peloponnese reopens after three years of restoration

Palace of Nestor in the Peloponnese reopens after three years of restoration | Monde antique | Scoop.it
The mythical Palace of Nestor, considered to be the best example of a well-preserved Mycenaean palace in all of Greece, is reopening to visitors on June 12, after a three-year 2.5-million-euro restoration, the culture ministry announced on Tuesday.
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More information on the Roman fort Tibiscum in Romania

More information on the Roman fort Tibiscum in Romania | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Without conducting excavations, Polish archaeologists in collaboration with the Romanian and Hungarian researchers discovered hitherto unknown buildings and ancient roads near the Roman fort Tibiscum in western Romania.
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Roman walls, pottery and human remains unearthed in Leicester

Roman walls, pottery and human remains unearthed in Leicester | Monde antique | Scoop.it
#Archaeology News: Roman walls, pottery and human remains unearthed in Leicester https://t.co/NtPZzN5mjF via @fieldofwork
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ARCHEOLOGIE - Une grande villa romaine sous l'église Amalfi ouvrira ses portes cet été

ARCHEOLOGIE - Une grande villa romaine sous l'église Amalfi ouvrira ses portes cet été | Monde antique | Scoop.it
ARCHEOLOGIE - Une grande villa romaine sous l'église Amalfi ouvrira ses portes cet été
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The Archaeology News Network: Hadrian’s Villa dig uncovers the art of ordinary spaces

The Archaeology News Network: Hadrian’s Villa dig uncovers the art of ordinary spaces | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Twenty miles east of Rome lies the villa of the emperor Hadrian, who ruled for about 20 years during the second century A.D., but whose lavish estate has exercised a strong influence on architects and artists since its rediscovery in the 15th...
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The Archaeology News Network: Population migrations 1500 years ago influenced shape of modern Europe

The Archaeology News Network: Population migrations 1500 years ago influenced shape of modern Europe | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Contemporary political divisions of the European continent are a consequence of the huge migration of people more than 1500 years ago. Scientists continue to argue about the course of this period of unrest in the territory of today’s Poland.
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The Archaeology News Network: Iron Age furnaces unearthed at Hierapolis

The Archaeology News Network: Iron Age furnaces unearthed at Hierapolis | Monde antique | Scoop.it
During the construction of an information center in the ancient city of Hierapolis, situated in the Pamukkale district in the western Turkish province of Denizli, 11 furnaces and pottery from the 7th century BC have been discovered.
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The Archaeology News Network: Geometric period tomb found on island of Lesbos

The Archaeology News Network: Geometric period tomb found on island of Lesbos | Monde antique | Scoop.it
A Geometric period tomb was found in the western Greek island of Lesbos. The tomb, dating to the late 8th century BC, was discovered during sewerage works at the village of Ippeios.
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The Archaeology News Network: New evidence for Amphipolis tomb presented

The Archaeology News Network: New evidence for Amphipolis tomb presented | Monde antique | Scoop.it
For the first time since the preliminary findings of the dig at Amphipolis were made public in 2013, Katerina Peristeri, head of the much debated excavation project, and several members of the Amphipolis excavation team presented their findings at...
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Roman theatre of Fano forgotten under ex-factory

Roman theatre of Fano forgotten under ex-factory | Monde antique | Scoop.it
An ancient Roman amphitheatre, in the town of Fano, in the Marche region, is slowly rotting away beneath an abandoned factory from the early 1900s.
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2,000-year-old handwritten documents found in London mud

2,000-year-old handwritten documents found in London mud | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Archaeologists announced Wednesday they have discovered hundreds of writing tablets from Roman London - including the oldest handwritten document ever found in Britain - in a trove that provides insight into the city's earliest history as a busy...
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Roman women much more independent than previously thought

Roman women much more independent than previously thought | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Roman women much more independent than previously thought - The Archaeology News Network https://t.co/r1UlAqEKQu via @ArchaeoNewsNet
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Antikythera seabed the subject of another underwater search

Antikythera seabed the subject of another underwater search | Monde antique | Scoop.it
It was just before Easter in 1900 when two boats belonging to sponge divers from Symi took refuge near Antikythera after being caught out by a storm at sea. Once the weather cleared, one sponge diver, Ilias Stadiatis, dove in to explore the seabed.
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Remains of ancient naval base discovered in Athens' Piraeus Harbour

Remains of ancient naval base discovered in Athens' Piraeus Harbour | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Marine archaeologist Bjørn Lovén from the University of Copenhagen has - with a team of Greek colleagues - discovered the remains of Athens' ancient naval base that was established in 493 BCE.
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Une partie du rempart de Bayeux mise au jour par les archéologues

Une partie du rempart de Bayeux mise au jour par les archéologues | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Les archéologues viennent de mettre au jour un pan de cette muraille édifiée à l’époque
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Une rare aile en bronze romaine déterrée à Gloucester en Angleterre

Une rare aile en bronze romaine déterrée à Gloucester en Angleterre | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Une aile romaine en bronze "extrêmement rare" a été trouvée pendant une fouille archéologique à Gloucester. L'objet, qui fait 14 centimètres de long,
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La cité antique de Pétra révèle de nouveaux secrets

La cité antique de Pétra révèle de nouveaux secrets | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Deux archéologues américains ont découvert une plateforme monumentale cachée sous le sable près de la cité antique de Pétra en Jordanie, grâce à des images satellite.
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The Archaeology News Network: Locating a long lost island in the Sea of Marmara

The Archaeology News Network: Locating a long lost island in the Sea of Marmara | Monde antique | Scoop.it
A team of Turkish archaeologists have set out to locate the lost submerged island of Vordonisi in Turkey’s Marmara Sea.
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The Archaeology News Network: 31 intact burials unearthed at large Mycenaean cemetery

The Archaeology News Network: 31 intact burials unearthed at large Mycenaean cemetery | Monde antique | Scoop.it
An extensive Mycenaean cemetery with 31 undisturbed burials containing numerous items of jewellery and several different types of ceramic vases, including 12 ornate Mycenaean drinking cups or kylikes, has been unearthed by Greek archaeologists at...
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The Archaeology News Network: Mausoleum of Augustus restoration project to begin

The Archaeology News Network: Mausoleum of Augustus restoration project to begin | Monde antique | Scoop.it
Rome Commissioner Francesco Paolo Tronca has approved a six-million-euro preliminary project to complete restoration work at the Mausoleum of Augustus, the City of Rome said Wednesday.
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The Archaeology News Network: Tomb of Etruscan 'princess' unearthed in northern Lazio

The Archaeology News Network: Tomb of Etruscan 'princess' unearthed in northern Lazio | Monde antique | Scoop.it
A treasure-filled tomb, believed to belong to an an Etruscan princess from the eighth century BC, has been unearthed by archaeologists in Italy.
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The Archaeology News Network: 3D images of Syrian archaeological treasures go online

The Archaeology News Network: 3D images of Syrian archaeological treasures go online | Monde antique | Scoop.it
3D reconstructions of some of Syria's most spectacular archaeological sites go online Tuesday after a big push to digitalise the war-torn country's threatened heritage.
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