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It is a mystery which has intrigued archaeologists for centuries: did the huge Neolithic stones which make up Stonehenge form a complete circle? But this year, the hose they used was too short to reach the whole site.
6 hrs ago | AmmoLand
September is Nebraska archaeology Month and staff of the Nebraska State Historical Society will lead tours of the archaeological sites at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park on Sept.
8 hrs ago | ScienceBlogs
I've read Marilyn Johnson's forthcoming book Lives in Ruins. Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble.
12 hrs ago | EKathimerini
Let us suppose that archaeologists discover that the tomb uncovered in Amphipolis was not the resting place of Roxana or Nearchos, but of Alexander the Great.
Lake Ray IV and his father, state Rep. Lake Ray III, hold a few artifacts from the site where they believe they have discovered the location of Fort Caroline.
The public will soon get to see an ancient human skeleton recently rediscovered in a Philadelphia museum's storage room.
Colombia has successfully recovered from Spain hundreds of priceless, pre-Colombian artifacts smuggled out of the country more than a decade ago.
Even before rising sea levels created the Islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket about 6,000 years ago, Native Americans in the northeast were at work fashioning arrowheads, knives, and other stone implements for daily use.
A series of lines scratched into rock in a cave near the southwestern tip of Europe could be proof that Neanderthals were more intelligent and creative than previously thought.
BMW Z4. Tour BMW's factory in Regensburg, Germany and see robots and archaeological relics.
Rocks are his life. And now, this bespectacled, erudite resident of Hazaribagh, a self-taught 'megalithic explorer', is going to Spain to tell the world about his life's learning.
A group of international experts is traveling across Haiti to examine the country's archaeological sites and develop a plan to better protect them.
College students have always had a taste for beer, and archaeologists have uncovered new evidence at the College of William and Mary to prove it.
ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, SEPT. 1, AND THEREAFTER - In this photo taken on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, Colonial Williamsburg archaeologist, Andrew Edwards displays artifacts from a dig next to the Wren Building on the campus of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va.
Fearful of losing their culture and land, ethnic Maya people in Guatemala -- who have faced centuries of discrimination themselves -- drove out a group of 230 ultra-Orthodox Jews, experts say.
In the Mayan ceremonial center of CopA n in Honduras, an ancient temple has been covered and preserved over the centuries by the builders themselves.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:01 pm
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