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Athens: A cup believed to have been used by Classical Greek statesman Pericles has been found in a pauper's grave in north Athens, Greece's top daily reports.
In Mexico City's Centro Historico are the remnants of the Templo Mayor, one of the main Aztec temples of their capital Tenochtitlan.
Overlooking the banks of a small lake in Middle Georgia is an enigma. It is a conical mound of white quartz fieldstones with tail feathers, wings and a head extending outward.
The Yomiuri Shimbun reports that rising seas and coastal erosion have exposed human bones on the Marshall Islands.
Archaeologists excavating near the McLean County Museum of History in Bloomington have unearthed part of the footprint of the 1836 courthouse where experts said Abraham Lincoln worked as an attorney.
An expert from Channel 4's Time Team will be coming to Northampton to present the remains of a medieval house found as archaeologists investigate a site marked out for new council buildings.
When a breathless Jonas Cattell dashed into Fort Mercer that October day in 1777, the enemy wasn't far behind.
Archaeological digs have been going on at Cardigan Castle for the past two years - but only five percent of ground has been investigated.
Never Future is an action RPG game for Windows Phone that shows you just what happens when irrational thinking affects the world.
THE largest haul of treasure ever found in the UK, which was discovered in Worcestershire three years ago, will be on display for years to come thanks to a generous grant from a museum charity.
Who has ever heard of a fossilized brain? Few would expect such a discovery, yet it looks like that's what researchers found inside a Stone Age skull from Norway.
Sutton Hoo celebrate 75th anniversary with Mrs Pretty's Garden Party. The living history team as Anthony Culham, Evelyn Adams, princess Marie Louise, Mrs Edith Pretty and Elizabeth Perkins Seventy-five years ago, over glasses of sherry in a Suffolk garden, news of an extraordinary archaeological find was first announced to the world.
DIVERS have found evidence to confirm that a 17th century shipwreck in the Thames Estuary was sunk by an explosion.
Chennai, July 27: Tamil Nadu's leaders, for all their prickly championing of Tamil culture, let the 1,000th anniversary of the coronation of the greatest Tamil king ever pass without a flutter last week.
The seafaring empire of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean once spanned more than a thousand miles, serving as the hub through which distant settlements exchanged artifacts and ideas, researchers say.
Bryn Gethin, archaeologist in charge of the Kenilworth Gatehouse Dig with volunteers from Kenilworth History and Archaeology Society - Jan Copper, Keith Croucher and Margaret Kane.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 03:53 am
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