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Archaeologists in Norway discover church and altar of Viking King Olav Haraldsson

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Archaeologists in Norway claim to have discovered a church where the Viking King, Olaf Haraldsson was first enshrined as a saint.
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Archaeologists throw new light on Shakespeare after uncovering the stage at The Curtain Theatre

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A three-month detailed excavation of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre by MOLA archaeologists has revealed details of a stage that is much longer than originally thought with
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Underwater Stone Age settlement mapped out

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Six years ago divers discovered the oldest known stationary fish traps in northern Europe off the coast of southern Sweden. Since then, researchers at Lund
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Pharaonic boat burial uncovered in Abydos, Egypt

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Penn Museum archaeologists excavating at the desert site of Abydos, Egypt have discovered the remains of a subterranean pharaonic boat burial dating to the reign
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New evidence found of human activity 1.4 million years ago at the site of Barranco León in Orce

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The research team that has carried out the last campaign found remains of stone carving along with cutting and fracturing marks on the bones of
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Santorini eruption: new theory says ‘pyroclastic flows’ caused devastating Bronze Age tsunamis

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Take the ferry to the beautiful Greek islands of Santorini and you will sail into a truly unique landscape forged by a cataclysm towards the
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Researchers find lost remains from the Fougueux

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This work proves how effective the combined application of numerical tools based on dispersion models and oceanographic and historical research is in finding underwater archaeological
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Grolier Codex ruled genuine: what the oldest manuscript to survive Spanish conquest reveals

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The Maya were, at their height, one of the world’s great civilisations. In the “classic” period, from AD 250–900, Maya cities with monumental architecture and
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Research provides new data about the first communities of the Old Neolithic in the Iberian Peninsula, based on the study of stone bracelets

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A researcher from the University of Granada (UGR) has shed new light on the lifestyle of the first communities in the Early Neolithic (7500-6800 years
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Significant Bronze Age city discovered in Northern Iraq

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Archeologists from the University of Tübingen perform excavation work just 45 kilometers from IS territory – the settlement may have been an outpost of the
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Middle Stone Age ochre processing tools reveal cultural and behavioural complexity

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Middle Stone Age humans in East Africa may have employed varied techniques to process ochre for functional and symbolic uses, according to a study published
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Pictish Carved Stone with Dragon Motif Discovered in Orkney Cliff

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Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology (ORCA) with support from Historic Environment Scotland complete a delicate rescue mission to recover a rare Pictish Carved Stone from
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Document mentioning the name of Jerusalem from the Time of the First Temple seized from Looters

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In a complex enforcement operation, inspectors of the IAA seized a papyrus that includes the earliest reference to Jerusalem in an extra-biblical document, which is
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Archaeologists discover location Romans breached Jerusalem’s city walls 2,000 years ago

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Fascinating evidence of the Romans breaching of Jerusalem’s Third Wall at the end of the Second Temple period was discovered in an excavation the Israel
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Archaeologists use drones to trial virtual reality

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Archaeologists at The Australian National University (ANU) and Monash University are conducting a trial of new technology to build a 3D virtual-reality map of one
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Extensive heat treatment in Middle Stone Age silcrete tool production in South Africa

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Humans living in South Africa in the Middle Stone Age may have used advanced heating techniques to produce silcrete blades, according to a study published