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An international expedition will seek signs left by an ancient civilization in the prehistoric sanctuaries of Belintash , Tatul and Harman Kaya in Bulgaria's Rhodope mountains.
7 hrs ago | Lynn News
There will be family fun with crafts and activities for children of all ages including pot making and Iron Age face painting.
Archaeologists are getting a unique look into our region's distant past. Crews with the State Archaeological Survey have uncovered remnants of a prehistoric society, right near the Southern Illinois airport.
A mere 2 percent of the site of the Santa Elena settlement, on what is today called Parris Island, has been excavated since the location of the first colonial capital was confirmed in 1979.
Pieces of what used to be a clay pot used by Native Americans in Southern Illinois.
Iraqi lawmakers elected a veteran Kurdish politician on Thursday to replace long-serving Jalal Talabani as the country's new president in the latest step toward forming a new government.
Here in southeastern Virginia, our biggest city, Norfolk, is saddled with an unwanted claim to fame.
For years, scientists have been searching for an ancient temple dedicated to a winged warrior.
So let's start with the enticing premise of Luc Besson's "Lucy," starring Scarlett Johansson: Human beings only use 10 percent of their brain capacity.
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an ornamental Roman arcade under the floor of the property in Colchester High Street.
Jorge Drexler 's songs have been called introspective and literate. He's been compared to Paul Simon .
A Paleolithic child that died 100,000 years ago may have suffered from brain damage after an injury.
A view of the concrete pads that will anchor the bridges spanning the underpass road into Willits.
A Sioux City complex that was once home to a repair and maintenance terminal for steam locomotives will be the site of an archaeological dig next month.
ALEX.SANCHEZ@STAUGUSTINE.COM Mischa Johns, city archaeologists assistant, Carl Halbirt, City Archaelogist, David Corneal, property owner and Stan Corneal, property owners brother, stand atop a cistern that dates back to the late 1800's midday Thursday, July 17, 2014.
It's one of the more poignant stories in the history of museology: a collection of rare and priceless artefacts from Afghanistan, believed to have been lost to the country's seemingly perennial political conflict, are discovered stashed away in the vaults of the presidential palace in Kabul, untouched and preserved while wars raged on around them.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:30 am
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