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Why did Tutankhamun have a dagger made from a meteorite?

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Scientists have long speculated that the ancient Egyptians used metal from meteorites to make iron objects. Now an analysis of a dagger found in Tutankhamun’s
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Archaeologists reveal initial findings from detailed excavation at Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre

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Archaeologists from MOLA today unveil their initial findings from the detailed excavation of The Curtain Theatre, in London’s Shoreditch. Archaeologists have revealed that the theatre
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The Curtain takes centre stage as excavation of Shakespearean theatre begins

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Archaeologists from MOLA have broken ground for the detailed excavation of the Curtain Theatre, one of Shakespeare’s least historically documented playhouses, in London’s Shoreditch. The
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Second Temple period bronze implements discovered in Magdala excavations

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A decorated bronze incense shovel (used for transferring embers from place to place) and a bronze jug were recently uncovered in archaeological excavations in Magdala
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Ancient DNA shows European wipe-out of early Americans

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The first largescale study of ancient DNA from early American people has confirmed the devastating impact of European colonisation on the Indigenous American populations of
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Ancient Southwest Pueblo people marked by repeated periods of boom and bust

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The heavily studied yet largely unexplained disappearance of ancestral Pueblo people from southwest Colorado is "the most vexing and persistent question in Southwestern archaeology," according
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Text in lost language may reveal god or goddess worshipped by Etruscans at ancient temple

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Archaeologists in Italy have discovered what may be a rare sacred text in the Etruscan language that is likely to yield rich details about Etruscan
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Conservators reveal Viking treasures discovered in a field in Galloway, Scotland

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More than ten centuries after being buried in a field in Galloway, archaeology conservators are releasing images that reveal the contents of a pot of