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Chinese archaeologists have "rescued" an ancient coffin from tomb raiders trying to break in to a grave site via a 10m hole, it appears.
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The past could present yet another obstacle to the future of the state Route 99 megaproject on the Seattle waterfront.
In the HBO series Assume the Position, which a ran in 2006 and 2007, comedian and actor a Robert Wuhl told us, "History is a wonderful thing, if only it were true."
Hopefully Alf Filipaina, chairman of Auckland Council's Unitary Plan committee, is right when he wrote in Wednesday's Herald that most Aucklanders want to protect our cultural heritage and values with rules "workable and fair to all".
Federal officials are putting up a $1,000 reward after someone spray-painted phrases including "I love Rachael" at an archaeological site east of Fallon.
Foreign tourists are showing way too much skin at Peru's most iconic cultural heritage site, and the government wants it to stop.
Recently, we announced a partnership with The American Schools of Oriental Research , and introduced two of their flagship journals.
"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.
Storehouses with more than twenty years' worth of finds from an archaeological dig in Syria have been ransacked amid the ongoing civil war, researchers say.
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.
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.
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.