New Research Shows How Natural Chemistry Strengthened Ancient Roman Marine Concrete
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New Research Shows How Natural Chemistry Strengthened Ancient Roman Marine Concrete

While complicated sea petrify structures pulp within years, ancient Roman piers and breakwaters continue to this day, and are stronger now than when they were initial constructed. New…

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Researchers Discover Earliest Evidence of Wild Potato Use in North America
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Researchers Discover Earliest Evidence of Wild Potato Use in North America

A group of archaeologists and anthropologists, led by a University of Utah, has detected potato starch residues in a crevices of a 10,900-year-old mill apparatus in Escalante, southern…

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Modified Skulls from Gobekli Tepe Provide Evidence of Neolithic ‘Skull Cult’
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Modified Skulls from Gobekli Tepe Provide Evidence of Neolithic ‘Skull Cult’

Three forged skull fragments unclosed during Göbekli Tepe, a Neolithic site in southeast Turkey famous for a considerable megalithic design with evil T-shaped pillars, underline modifications not seen…

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Archaeologists Find Earliest Monumental Egyptian Hieroglyphs
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Archaeologists Find Earliest Monumental Egyptian Hieroglyphs

A group of archaeologists from Belgium, a United States and Egypt has unclosed some formerly different stone inscriptions, that embody 5,200-year-old Egyptian hieroglyphs, during a archaeological site of…

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Qumran Cave 12: New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Discovered
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Qumran Cave 12: New Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Discovered

Archaeologists operative nearby Qumran in Israel have found a cavern that formerly contained Dead Sea scrolls. They now advise ‘the cavern should be numbered as Cave 12, along…

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Archaeologists Uncover 38,000-Year-Old Pointillist Engravings
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Archaeologists Uncover 38,000-Year-Old Pointillist Engravings

Pointillism — a portrayal technique in that dots are used to emanate a apparition of a incomparable picture — was grown in a 1880s by Georges Seurat and…

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Remarkable Maya Pendant Unearthed in Belize
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Remarkable Maya Pendant Unearthed in Belize

A group of archaeologists led by Geoffrey Braswell, Professor of Anthropology during a University of California, San Diego, has found a conspicuous artifact during a Maya archaeological site…

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Archaeologists Find Viking Age Toy Boat in Norway
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Archaeologists Find Viking Age Toy Boat in Norway

Archaeologists from a Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s (NTNU) University Museum have unclosed a fondle dating behind as distant as 1153 CE in an deserted good in…

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4,000-Year-Old ‘Multi-Dolmen’ Found in Israel
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4,000-Year-Old ‘Multi-Dolmen’ Found in Israel

A singular megalithic structure, dating behind 4,000 years, has been detected during a Shamir Dolmen Field on a western foothills of a Golan Heights. The 4,000-year-old ‘multi-dolmen,’ a…

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African Neolithic Populations Helped Create Sahara Desert, Research Suggests
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African Neolithic Populations Helped Create Sahara Desert, Research Suggests

The desertification of a Sahara — a largest prohibited dried and a third largest dried in a universe — has prolonged been a aim for researchers perplexing to…

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38,000-Year-Old Decorated Bone from Crimea May Provide Insight into Neanderthal Cognition
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38,000-Year-Old Decorated Bone from Crimea May Provide Insight into Neanderthal Cognition

Neanderthals’ cognitive abilities are a hotly debated topic, though a bird bone bit found during a Middle Paleolithic site in Crimea, Ukraine, facilities dual notches that might have…

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Ancient Settlement Unearthed in Israel
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Ancient Settlement Unearthed in Israel

Israeli archaeologists excavating nearby a city of Beit Shemesh have unearthed an endless formidable of protocol baths and subterraneous refuges used by Bar Kokhba’s rebels. An subterraneous cover…

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First Humans Arrived in North America 116,000 Years Earlier than Thought: Evidence from Cerutti Mastodon Site
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First Humans Arrived in North America 116,000 Years Earlier than Thought: Evidence from Cerutti Mastodon Site

Researchers digging during a Cerutti Mastodon site, an archaeological site from a early late Pleistocene date nearby San Diego, California, found animal stays and mill collection that uncover…

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Did Hunter-Gatherers Intentionally Domesticate Wild Plants?
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Did Hunter-Gatherers Intentionally Domesticate Wild Plants?

New investigate from a University of Sheffield, UK, has strew light on how hunter-gatherers adopted cultivation and how crops were trained to count on people. Ploughing with a…

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Barrow Island’s Cave Reveals Earliest Australians Lived on Coast 50,000 years ago
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Barrow Island’s Cave Reveals Earliest Australians Lived on Coast 50,000 years ago

Archaeological deposits from a cavern on Barrow Island, a vast limestone continental island located 60 km off a Pilbara seashore of Western Australia, exhibit some of a oldest…

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Archaeologists Uncover Viking Army Camp in England
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Archaeologists Uncover Viking Army Camp in England

A long-held archaeological poser has been solved as researchers have suggested a accurate location, border and impression of a outrageous winter stay of a Viking army during Torksey,…

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Coastal Peru was Rest Stop for Early Americans, Archaeologists Say
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Coastal Peru was Rest Stop for Early Americans, Archaeologists Say

A Vanderbilt University-led group of archaeologists has done a conspicuous find in Peru: thousands of 15,000- to 10,000-year-old artifacts, including mill tools, elaborate hand-woven baskets and a stays…

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Cave Discoveries in Czech Republic Hint during How Humans Outlasted Neanderthals
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Cave Discoveries in Czech Republic Hint during How Humans Outlasted Neanderthals

An general group of archaeologists has supposing a window into one of a many sparkling durations in tellurian story — a transition between Neanderthals and Homo sapiens. A…

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Advanced Imaging Technology Reveals 2,600 Year-Old Hebrew Inscription
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Advanced Imaging Technology Reveals 2,600 Year-Old Hebrew Inscription

Using multispectral imaging, a group of Israeli researchers has detected a hitherto invisible calm on a behind side of an ostracon (ink-inscribed pottery shard) that has been on…

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Archaeologists Unearth Ancient, Forgotten City in Eastern Ethiopia
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Archaeologists Unearth Ancient, Forgotten City in Eastern Ethiopia

An general group of researchers led by University of Exeter archaeologists has detected a hull of an ancient city — once suspicion to be a ‘home of giants’…

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Archaeologists Uncover Roman Theater, Bathhouse during Hippos-Sussita
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Archaeologists Uncover Roman Theater, Bathhouse during Hippos-Sussita

A organisation of archaeologists from a a University of Haifa has detected a vast museum and a open bathhouse during a archaeological site of a ancient city of…

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38,000-Year-Old Aurignacian Artwork Found in France
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38,000-Year-Old Aurignacian Artwork Found in France

Researchers have unclosed a 38,000-year-old engraved picture during Abri Blanchard, an Upper Paleolithic site of a Aurignacian enlightenment — a anticipating that outlines some of a beginning famous…

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King Solomon-Era Fortification Unearthed in Israel’s Timna Valley
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King Solomon-Era Fortification Unearthed in Israel’s Timna Valley

A group of Tel Aviv University archaeologists has unclosed a gatehouse and compared stock pens — dating to a power of Kings Solomon and David (10th century BC)…

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Ancient Pueblo People Used Unexpectedly Advanced Geometry to Build Monuments
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Ancient Pueblo People Used Unexpectedly Advanced Geometry to Build Monuments

Arizona State University Professor Sherry Towers has examined a Sun Temple archaeological site during Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, and found justification that a site was laid out…

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Ground-Penetrating Radar Helps Archaeologists Find Viking Age Manor
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Ground-Penetrating Radar Helps Archaeologists Find Viking Age Manor

A vast estate has been found during a archaeological site of Korshamn nearby a Viking Age proto-town of Birka in Sweden. Artist’s sense of a Viking Age estate…

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Ground-Penetrating Radar Helps Archaeologists Find Viking Age Manor
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Ground-Penetrating Radar Helps Archaeologists Find Viking Age Manor

A vast estate has been found during a archaeological site of Korshamn nearby a Viking Age proto-town of Birka in Sweden. Artist’s sense of a Viking Age estate…

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Neanderthals Capable of Incorporating Symbolic Objects into Their Culture, Discovery Suggests
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Neanderthals Capable of Incorporating Symbolic Objects into Their Culture, Discovery Suggests

An surprising limestone stone found during an archaeological site in Croatia indicates that Neanderthals were able of incorporating mystic objects into their culture. ‘Clam-shell’ perspective of Side A…

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Humans Arrived in North America around 24,000 Years Ago
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Humans Arrived in North America around 24,000 Years Ago

Humans initial arrived in North America 10,000 years progressing than formerly thought, according to an research of ancient animal skeleton found in northern Yukon, Canada. Top: cut outlines…

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Archaeologists Unearth 1,500-Year-Old Settlement, Precious Jewelry in England
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Archaeologists Unearth 1,500-Year-Old Settlement, Precious Jewelry in England

Archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology operative during Cherry Hinton in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, have unclosed a resources of Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds, as good as strew light on a…

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Study Sheds New Light on Peopling of Tibet
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Study Sheds New Light on Peopling of Tibet

A new investigate of Chusang, an archeological site on a high-altitude Tibetan Plateau, suggests that permanent residents might have set adult stay thousands of years earlier than formerly…

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Study: Ancient Inhabitants of Chaco Canyon Likely Relied on Imported Corn
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Study: Ancient Inhabitants of Chaco Canyon Likely Relied on Imported Corn

According to a new investigate published in a Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, a ancient inhabitants of Chaco Canyon expected had to import corn to feed a multitudes…

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Israeli Archaeologists Find Fragment of 2,100-Year-Old Engraved Stone Bowl
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Israeli Archaeologists Find Fragment of 2,100-Year-Old Engraved Stone Bowl

Archaeologists digging during a site in a City of David, in a Jerusalem Walls National Park, have found a bit of a singular ancient bowl. The bit of…

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Israeli Archaeologists Find Unique 3,800-Year-Old Ceramic Vessel
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Israeli Archaeologists Find Unique 3,800-Year-Old Ceramic Vessel

Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists operative during Yehud in a Central District of Israel have unclosed an ancient ceramic jug, about 3,800 years old. The 3,800-year-old jug, that was…

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Archaeologists Find Compelling Evidence for New Pharaonic Tombs in Egypt
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Archaeologists Find Compelling Evidence for New Pharaonic Tombs in Egypt

Archaeologists from a University of Birmingham and a Egypt Exploration Society (EES) Qubbet el-Hawa Research Project (QHRP) yesterday announced a find of a 6.5-foot (2 m) high ancient…

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Oldest Evidence for Plant Processing in Pottery Found
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Oldest Evidence for Plant Processing in Pottery Found

An general group of archaeologists has rescued a beginning justification of humans estimate plants for food found anywhere in a world. The commentary are reported in a biography…

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Researchers Obtain First Reliable Radiocarbon Dates for Australian Aboriginal Rock Art
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Researchers Obtain First Reliable Radiocarbon Dates for Australian Aboriginal Rock Art

A novel technique grown by a group of researchers in Australia has done it probable to furnish some of a initial arguable radiocarbon dates for Australian stone art.…

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Archaeologists Find Previously Unknown Ancient City in Greece
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Archaeologists Find Previously Unknown Ancient City in Greece

An general group of archaeologists from Sweden, Greece and a United Kingdom is exploring a hull of a formerly different ancient city during a encampment of Vlochos, municipality…

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World’s Very First Polluted River? Scientists Find Evidence of Ancient Metallurgical Activity in Jordan
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World’s Very First Polluted River? Scientists Find Evidence of Ancient Metallurgical Activity in Jordan

A investigate group led by Liverpool John Moores University scientists has detected what could be a world’s unequivocally initial soiled river, infested 7,000 years ago. In a now-dry…

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Mummified Remains Identified as Queen Nefertari, Pharaoh Ramesses II’s Royal Spouse
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Mummified Remains Identified as Queen Nefertari, Pharaoh Ramesses II’s Royal Spouse

A span of mummified knees on arrangement in a Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy, belongs to Egyptian Queen Nefertari, a favorite mother of Pharaoh Ramesses II, according to…

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Middle Eastern Bitumen Found in Early Medieval Buried Ship in UK
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Middle Eastern Bitumen Found in Early Medieval Buried Ship in UK

Bitumen — a rare, tar-like element — from a Middle East is benefaction in a 7th century Anglo-Saxon ship-burial during Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, UK, according to a investigate…

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