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Mandalay’s parliament discusses tattoos of Burma’s map | Democratic Voice of Burma

Mandalay’s parliament discusses tattoos of Burma’s map | Democratic Voice of Burma | Asie | Scoop.it

Mandalay Division’s parliament convened an emergency session on Tuesday to discuss how individuals who have tattooed the map of Burma on the lower part of the body should be punished, as such an inking is a disgrace to the country’s image...

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Les assyriens enterraient leurs morts avec des tortues | Les Découvertes Archéologiques

Les assyriens enterraient leurs morts avec des tortues | Les Découvertes Archéologiques | Asie | Scoop.it

Les reptiles devaient représenter la vie éternelle et servir de protecteur symbolique...

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Traditionalists battling to revive Myanmar’s ancient chess | The Japan Times

Traditionalists battling to revive Myanmar’s ancient chess | The Japan Times | Asie | Scoop.it

Gripping a monkey-faced chess piece, Thein Zaw swipes his hand across the checkerboard and topples an advancing demon, demonstrating an ancient form of the game that Myanmar traditionalists are battling to revive...

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Reconstruction of ruined Darul Aman palace begins in Kabul | BBC

Reconstruction of ruined Darul Aman palace begins in Kabul | BBC | Asie | Scoop.it

An ambitious project to reconstruct the historic Darul Aman palace, reduced to ruins in the Afghan civil war, has begun in the capital, Kabul...

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L'Afghanistan restaure son palais royal ravagé par la guerre | Le Figaro

L'Afghanistan restaure son palais royal ravagé par la guerre | Le Figaro | Asie | Scoop.it

Le président afghan Ashraf Ghani a annoncé ce lundi 30 mai le lancement de travaux de restauration du palais royal de Dar ul-Aman à Kaboul qui devraient durer de trois à cinq ans, et coûter entre 16,5 et 20 millions de dollars...

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Des fresques byzantines exhumées en Turquie | Le Figaro

Des fresques byzantines exhumées en Turquie | Le Figaro | Asie | Scoop.it

Plusieurs peintures murales ont été déterrées lors de fouilles dans une église souterraine découverte en février dernier à Nevşehir, en Cappadoce...

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Israel begins excavation of Judean Desert caves | The Archaeology News Network

Israel begins excavation of Judean Desert caves | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

The Israel Antiquities Authority, in cooperation with the Heritage Project in the Ministry of Jerusalem Affairs, and together with the Minister of Culture and Sport, MK Miri Regev, is promoting a national plan for comprehensive archaeological...

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Archaeologists and geographers team to predict locations of ancient Buddhist sites | The Archaeology News Network

Archaeologists and geographers team to predict locations of ancient Buddhist sites | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it
For archaeologists and historians interested in the ancient politics, religion and language of the Indian subcontinent, two UCLA professors and their student researchers have creatively pinpointed sites that are likely to yield valuable...
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Historic castles in Iraqi Kurdistan in danger of collapse | The Archaeology News Network

Historic castles in Iraqi Kurdistan in danger of collapse | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

Heavy rains in Iraqi Kurdistan have caused damage to historic buildings and archaeological remains. But nobody in authority seems to care that the region’s history is just crumbling away...

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Corée, de terre et de feu au Grand Palais | Connaissance des Arts

Corée, de terre et de feu au Grand Palais | Connaissance des Arts | Asie | Scoop.it

Des temps anciens de la période des  Trois Royaumes à l’ère contemporaine,  en passant par les dynasties  Goryeo et Joseon, cette exposition  présente une...

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A national plan to excavate the Judean Desert caves | Art Daily

A national plan to excavate the Judean Desert caves | Art Daily | Asie | Scoop.it
The Israel Antiquities Authority, in cooperation with the Heritage Project in the Ministry of Jerusalem Affairs, and together with the Minister of Culture and Sport, MK Miri Regev, is promoting a national plan for comprehensive archaeological...
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La construction royale en Mésopotamie : ingénierie, administration et propagande | ArchéOrient (Blog)

La construction royale en Mésopotamie : ingénierie, administration et propagande | ArchéOrient (Blog) | Asie | Scoop.it

Au milieu du IIIe millénaire avant J.-C. à l’époque dite Proto-dynastique ou Dynastique archaïque, apparaît dans la construction la marque du pouvoir royal. Les souverains mésopotamiens auront, en effet, le souci constant de marquer leurs constructions de leur sceau pour la postérité...

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Archaeologists unearth 30 ancient Chinese Chess pieces in SW China | The Archaeology News Network

Archaeologists unearth 30 ancient Chinese Chess pieces in SW China | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

Thirty pieces of Chinese Chess are recently unearthed from a tomb dating back to Northern Song Dynasty (960–1279) in Wang'an county, southwest China's Sichuan province.
The chess pieces are made of bronze...

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Culture ministry allows excavation in Phu Tho | VietNamNet

Culture ministry allows excavation in Phu Tho | VietNamNet | Asie | Scoop.it

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has recently given the nod for excavation at an archaeological site in the northern province of Phu Tho...

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Visitez le musée de Mossoul détruit par Daech | Courrier International

Visitez le musée de Mossoul détruit par Daech | Courrier International | Asie | Scoop.it

Réalité virtuelle. Visitez le musée de Mossoul détruit par Daech...[VIDEO]

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Mongol hordes gave up on conquering Europe due to wet weather | New Scientist

Mongol hordes gave up on conquering Europe due to wet weather | New Scientist | Asie | Scoop.it

A soggy winter in the 1240s turned parts of central Europe into a swamp, forcing the Mongols led by Genghis Khan's grandson to retreat to feed their horses...

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The Persian Rug May Not Be Long for This World | The New York Times

The Persian Rug May Not Be Long for This World | The New York Times | Asie | Scoop.it

Shoppers’ changing tastes, and years of economic sanctions, are putting in jeopardy one of the world’s most complex and labor-intensive handicrafts...

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Museum of Ethnology will host children’s games from SE Asia | VietNamNet

Museum of Ethnology will host children’s games from SE Asia | VietNamNet | Asie | Scoop.it

The Viet Nam Museum of Ethnology in Ha Noi will present various games originating in Southeast Asian countries to children this weekend...

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1,500 year old burial found in NE Thailand | The Archaeology News Network

1,500 year old burial found in NE Thailand | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

An ancient skeleton thought to be around 1,500 years old has been found in the backyard of a home in Kranuan district...

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Megalithic cist burial monument discovered Kerala | The Archaeology News Network

Megalithic cist burial monument discovered Kerala | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

Yet another evidence of proto-historic habitation in Malabar has emerged with the discovery of a rare megalithic cist burial monument near Kuitheri in Valayam grama panchayat in Kozhikode district...

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Chinese, Indian archaeologists mull exploring birthplace of Buddhism | The Archaeology News Network

Chinese, Indian archaeologists mull exploring birthplace of Buddhism | The Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

Chinese and Indian archaeologists are currently discussing a cultural cooperation project in the birthplace of Buddhism...

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Ancient Chinese pottery reveals 5,000-yr-old beer brew | Art Daily

Ancient Chinese pottery reveals 5,000-yr-old beer brew | Art Daily | Asie | Scoop.it

Residue on pottery from an archeological site has revealed the earliest evidence of beer brewing in China left from a 5,000-year-old recipe, researchers said Monday...

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First exhibition in Australia to focus on the art of the Tang Empire on view in Sydney | Art Daily

First exhibition in Australia to focus on the art of the Tang Empire on view in Sydney | Art Daily | Asie | Scoop.it

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is presenting Tang: treasures from the Silk Road capital, the first exhibition in Australia to focus on the art of the Tang Empire...

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Tibet Museum Concludes Successful Three-day Event with Cultural Performances | Tibet Museum

Tibet Museum Concludes Successful Three-day Event with Cultural Performances | Tibet Museum | Asie | Scoop.it

DHARAMSHALA: The Tibet Museum of the Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) today concluded its three-day event to mark the 39th International Museum Day with a round of cultural performances...


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4,000 year old copper axes, pottery found in Saharanpur | Archaeology News Network

4,000 year old copper axes, pottery found in Saharanpur | Archaeology News Network | Asie | Scoop.it

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) here is excited over a recent find in Saharanpur district that, according to the department, includes pieces of pottery belonging to Ochre Coloured Pottery (OCP) culture and six copper axes, dated at approximately 4,000 years old...

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Inde : les Baiga ‘disparaitront’ s'ils sont expulsés de leur territoire ancestral | Survival

Inde : les Baiga ‘disparaitront’ s'ils sont expulsés de leur territoire ancestral | Survival | Asie | Scoop.it

Dans le centre de l’Inde, plusieurs villages tribaux risquent de disparaître car leurs habitants sont expulsés de force de leurs terres ancestrales au sein de la réserve de tigres d’Achanakmar. Ces terres se situent près de l’emblématique réserve de Kanha, source d’inspiration du Livre de la Jungle de Rudyard Kipling...

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