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Upper Paleolithic cave painting found in the Urals

Sun, 12/03/2017 - 11:47
The ancient image of a two-humped camel has been discovered in the Kapova cave (Southern Urals). With the dating of cave painting being estimated to between 14,500 and 37,7000 years...
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Ancient textiles reveal differences in Mediterranean fabrics

Sun, 12/03/2017 - 11:46
One of the earliest human craft technologies and applied arts, is the production of textiles. The production of this material would represent one of the most important, time, resource, and...
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3,000-year-old graves found in Norway: report

Sun, 12/03/2017 - 11:46
Archaeologists from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology Museum have recently uncovered 3,000-year-old graves in central Norway near a new part of the European route E6, which is under...
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Rescue archaeology in England uncovers rare jewellery

Sat, 12/02/2017 - 11:43
As part of the Planning Approval for a proposed Eastern Bypass for Lincoln, in Eastern England, archaeologists from Network archaeology Ltd were called in to carry out rescue archaeology prior...
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Bronze Age site in Palestine under serious threat

Sat, 12/02/2017 - 11:43
Archaeologists and activists are seriously concerned that a valuable Bronze Age site on the outskirts of Gaza City (Palestine) is under threat of destruction. The site was first identified in...
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Evidence grows that Neanderthals lived in a caring society

Sat, 12/02/2017 - 11:42
In 1957 a team of archaeologists working in the Shanidar caves in Iraqi Kurdistan, discovered the bones of a 50,000 year old Neanderthal, nicknamed Shanidar 1. Nothing extra remarkable in...
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Mystery surrounds 2,400 year old find in Ontario

Sat, 12/02/2017 - 11:42
In the province of Ontario (Canada), lies a city called Mississauga. In the distant past, before European settlers moved here, in fact nearly 2,400 years ago, Iroquois Indians were travelling...
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