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Archaeologists and physicists both covet ancient Roman lead - for very different reasons.
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"Serendipity." That was the word used by National Trust Co-ordinator, Jalaludin Khan to describe the visit of a mixed group of American and Dutch experts on archaeological heritage management.
Peru has increased surveillance at popular archaeological sites to counter a new trend of tourists taking nude photos at the Machu Picchu Inca ruins.
Metal detectorists Terry Marsh, Alan Smith, Roy Damant and Robert Atfield visited the new exhibition of the items found in Suffolk's village of the kings that includes the items they found.
The remains of an 800-year-old monk have been found after a beach walker spotted his leg bones sticking out of a cliff face.
The note from her friend and colleague had read "I have quite the monster for you to chase, dear Annja."
Tel Aviv University and an Honors Bachelors degree from the University of Toronto in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, Jewish Studies, and English.
"Cultural Anthropology and Psychiatry" is perhaps the best summary of Sapir's approach to what would become known as the 'culture and personality' movement in anthropology.
Bhubaneswar, March 11: Anthropologists, who are excavating a site near Banga village in Harirajpur gram panchayat area on the city outskirts, have found a 5-ft tall skeleton, which, they claim, belong to the Neolithic-Chalcolithic era.
Archaeologists are the latest group to weigh into a controversial iwi consultation rule, saying most of the thousands of affected sites have not been evaluated.
Christian Madsbjerg likes to talk about how booze companies often forget who their customers really are.
About 8,000 Terracotta Warriors were buried in three pits less than a mile to the northeast of the mausoleum of the First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huangdi.
Illicit treasure hunters may have stolen some of the most precious finds from the site of Suffolk's "village of the kings".
The "new" Ashraf Ghani speaks to supporters during a campaign rally in Kabul on March 9, against a backdrop of himself in conservative garb and his vice-presidential running mates, Abdul Rashid Dostum and Sarwar Danish.
Beach walker Mandy Ewington looked up and saw two thigh bones poking out of a vertical cliff face - it turned out to be part of a Middle Ages burial ground The grisly remains of an 800-year-old monk have been discovered after a stunned walker spotted his legs sticking out of the ground.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have claimed the undiscovered heritage of North Yorkshire could be destroyed if a council cuts its historic environment team.