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A wooden beam that has long been the focus of the search for a 17th century shipwreck in northern Lake Michigan was not attached to a buried vessel as searchers had suspected, but still may have come from the elusive Griffin or some other ship, archaeologists said Wednesday.
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A large Maya city dubbed ChactAon, or Red Stone , has been discovered in the jungles of Mexico's Central Lowlands, in an area once used by loggers, but only recently explored by archaeologists equipped with aerial photographs and images created with LIDAR.
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All around the hull of the longest Viking warship ever found there are swords and battle axes, many bearing the scars of long and bloody use, in an exhibition opening in Copenhagen that will smash decades of good public relations for the Vikings as mild-mannered traders and farmers.
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Airborne laser technology has uncovered a network of roadways and canals, illustrating a bustling ancient city linking Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temple complex.
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A wooden beam embedded at the bottom of northern Lake Michigan appears to have been there for centuries, underwater archaeologists announced Tuesday, a crucial finding as crews dig toward what they hope is the carcass of a French ship that disappeared while exploring the Great Lakes in the 17th Century.
This weekend marks the celebrations for this year's summer solstice - but forget visiting Stonehenge.
When Tatar parents want to show their children the exquisite wash basins that were excavated at the ancient town of Bolgar, they have to pack up and head to Moscow's State Historical Museum.
In this photo taken on June 28, 2012, Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples complex stands in Siem Reap province, some 230 kilometers northwest Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Nicholas Pedrosa comes to Santorini on an archaeological dig, his first dig fresh out of university.
Buy this photo Bryn Walters, director of the Swindon-based Association for Roman Archaeology pictured outside the town's Bath Road Museum, where the silver bowl is displayed.
Barbeau's 46-foot boat is the offshore nerve center for an expedition seeking the underwater grave of the Griffin, the first ship of European design to traverse the upper Great Lakes.
Four men blow into long horns at the entranceway into a 1,500-year-old tomb chamber, located on the south wall.
Year 12 students around the country have a unique opportunity to work side by side with the University of Leicester archaeologists who discovered King Richard III.