The influence of climate on agriculture is believed to be a key factor in the rise and fall of societies in the Ancient Near East. Dr. Simone Riehl of Tübingen University’s Institute for Archaeological Science and the Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment has headed an investigation into archaeological finds of grain in order to find out what influence climate had on agriculture in early farming societies.
The hidden bonanza in Egypt may include several small tombs, with the possibility of a big-time tomb holding a royal individual, say archaeologists who have examined the site with ground-penetrating radar and excavations.
POLICE in India have confirmed a 1000-year-old statue on display at the Art Gallery of NSW was stolen from a temple in southern India, most likely in 2002, increasing the likelihood that a slew of antiquities in Australia's pre-eminent art...
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Relevant for DS1 WRT artefacts & UNESCO world heritage. Also related to DS3 India.
Declassified Spy Photos Show Ancient Roman Walls In Romania Huffington Post "I knew that the landscape in that region had undergone significant development during the communist regime and this development could have wiped out some archaeological...
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"...Scientists are now discovering that the same principle applies to ancient cities that have been shrouded for centuries beneath jungle canopies. And Angkor, the famous capital of southeast Asia's largest ancient empire and thought by many to have already long revealed its secrets, is apparently no exception"
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