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4,000-year-old funerary garden discovered on the Dra Abu el-Naga hill in Luxor

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The Djehuty Project has discovered a 4,000-year-old funerary garden- the first such garden ever to be found- on the Dra Abu el-Naga hill in Luxor,
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Can houses die? Iron-age to Viking longhouses were burned and buried

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From the Bronze Age until the Viking Age, burial mounds could be placed on top of the remains of three-aisled longhouses. The internal posts that
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World War One Battlefield Tunnels Discovered Under Salisbury Plain

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Archaeologists working in Wiltshire have identified a unique network of First World War tunnels under Salisbury Plain.
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Steppe migrant thugs pacified by Stone Age farming women

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Research suggests that large demographic changes during the first part of the Bronze Age happened as a result of massive migrations of Yamnaya people from
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Space Archaeologist Dr. Sarah Parcak Launches Her TED Prize Wish: GlobalXplorer

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Dr. Sarah Parcak, a space archaeologist has officially launched the GlobalXplorer: a citizen science and archaeology platform that’s enlisting people around the world to discover
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Roman house with ornate mosaic and hypocaust discovered in Leicester

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Archaeologists have uncovered a fantastic Roman mosaic and evidence of good living over 1,500 years ago in Leicester city centre in a home with underfloor
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Discovery of Lost Dark Age Kingdom in Galloway

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Archaeological research has just been published which reveals the location of a hitherto lost early medieval kingdom that was once pre-eminent in Scotland and Northern
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Major Viking Age manor discovered at Birka, Sweden

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During spring of 2016 a number of large presumed house terraces were identified by the authors at Korshamn. As a consequence high resolution geophysical surveys
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6th century settlement and anglo-saxon jewellery unearthed

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Rare Anglo-Saxon artefacts, once worn and treasured by nobles between 501 and 600 AD, have been unearthed during the excavation of a housing site in
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Swedish Archaeologists Discover Unknown Ancient City in Greece

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An international research team at the Department of Historical Studies, University of Gothenburg, is exploring the remains of an ancient city in central Greece. The
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Archaeological team making new discoveries that rewrite Stonehenge landscape

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Archaeologists working near the Stonehenge World Heritage Site have discovered important new sites that rewrite the Stonehenge landscape. Some sites predate the construction of Stonehenge