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Ancient skeletons discovered in a freshly excavated Roman necropolis in Italy, buried with gold jewelry and costly leather shoes

Archaeologists working on a two-year excavation effort at the site of a proposed solar energy plant in Tarquinia, north of Rome, discovered an old Roman [more…]

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The agora discovered in the ancient city of Dara is being unearthed

An agora was discovered in the ancient city of Dara, founded by the Eastern Roman Empire to stand against the Sassanid attacks. The city was [more…]

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Handprints with Missing Fingertips in Prehistoric Cave Art Point to Ritual Amputation

A recent interpretation of Paleolithic cave art suggests that prehistoric people severed their fingers as part of religious ceremonies, according to researchers who studied prehistoric [more…]

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Graveyard of 54 children found in an old quarry

In the Kulp district of Diyarbakır in southeastern Turkey, a graveyard of 54 children between the ages of 0-6 buried in what is believed to [more…]

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The Troy Museum, selected as the European Museum of the Year, is preparing the “Troy Museum Journal” magazine for publication

The Troy Museum, which was selected as the European Museum of the Year last year, is breaking new ground with its social media activities. Troy [more…]

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Archaeologists discover the smallest Neolithic pot of its kind in China

Archaeologists have discovered a Neolithic pot, the smallest of its kind, in the Peiligang area in Xinzheng, eastern China’s Henan Province. This type of small-mouthed, [more…]

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A 2000-year-old Urartian object was unearthed in the excavations of Divriği castle, which started with the information in Evliya Çelebi’s Seyahatname

Excavations at Divriği Castle in the Divriği district of Sivas province, located in northeastern Turkey, unearthed many finds, especially a 2000-year-old Urartian metal object. Divriği [more…]