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  1. Ancient canals found under Mayan temple in Palenque, MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Located in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, the ancient city of Palenque is one of the most important Mayan archaeological sites. The find cancels the original theory that the funeral chamber of the Mayan ruler Pakal, discovered in 1952 by archaeologist Alberto Ruz Lhuillier, led to other chambers under the temple, the the National Anthropology and History Institute said.

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  2. Pair of archaeologists sift through Riverfront Park ahead of construction - Tue, 26 Jul 2016 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Spokesman-Review

    It's a scene much less exciting than Indiana Jones running from a giant boulder: two real-life archaeologists watching an excavator claw into the ground. Their fedoras are pulled tight to block the sun, and they occasionally unbuckle their trowels to sift through the large mounds of dirt.

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  3. Remains of lost Spanish fort found on South Carolina coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Brownsville Herald

    ... last month, they found the site and are publishing the details of their work this week in The Journal of Archaeology Science Reports. Santa Elena, founded in 1566 to protect Spanish shipping interests, was the first capital of Spanish colonial ...

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  4. Site of lost Spanish fort found on South Carolina coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBS News

    ... last month, they found the site and are publishing the details of their work this week in The Journal of Archaeology Science Reports. Santa Elena, founded in 1566 to protect Spanish shipping interests, was the first capital of Spanish colonial ...

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  5. UGA archaeologist helps unearth long-sought-after Spanish Fort in LowcountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SavannahNow

    ... last month, they found the site and are publishing the details of their work this week in The Journal of Archaeology Science Reports. Santa Elena, founded in 1566 to protect Spanish shipping interests, was the first capital of Spanish colonial ...

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  6. History: Wampanoag artifacts offer clues to the pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SouthCoastToday.com

    It's not every day that you get to handle a piece of history that's several thousand years old. Nine-year-old Alanna Robidoux-Couto got that opportunity recently, when members of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society set up a booth at the Acushnet Farmer's Market and set out a display of Native American stone artifacts.

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  7. Cool Alamo discoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Fox News

    Archaeologists digging at the Alamo have discovered an adobe wall that may provide clues to the famous site's Spanish Colonial history. The wall, which is about 23 inches below the flagstone surface of San Antonio's Alamo Plaza, was discovered Friday near where historians think the west wall of the complex was built.

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  8. As Storms Erode California's Cliffs, Buried Village Could Get Washed AwayRead the original story

    Tuesday | National Public Radio

    Michael Peterson, an archeologist at Redwood National Park in California, photographs the coastline annually to monitor erosion of archeological sites. Jes Burns/OPB/EarthFix hide caption Michael Peterson, an archeologist at Redwood National Park in California, photographs the coastline annually to monitor erosion of archeological sites.

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  9. Los Angeles Art Museums' New ExhibitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chattanoogan.com

    Los Angeles has always been considered a backwater in the global art world, though it boasts the world's best-funded museum, the Getty Center and the impressive 100,000 items of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art .

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  10. How Do Ancient Artifacts Shed Light on the New Testament?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Logos Bible Software Blog

    ... more fascinating pieces of history with scholar and archaeologist Dr. Craig Evans in his Mobile Ed course Archaeology and the New Testament . You'll learn the fundamentals of archaeology, discover how archaeology informs us about the lifestyle and ...

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  11. Archaeology Day at Cahokia MoundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | KFVS12

    ... try their hand at playing the Native American "chunkey" game or throwing spears with an atlatl spear-thrower. Archaeology Day is sponsored by the Cahokia Archaeological Society with cooperation from the Cahokia Mounds staff and Volunteers, the ...

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  12. Water Tunnel Discovered at Mexico's Temple of InscriptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Archaeology

    ... this allegorical meaning for waterwhere the cycle of life begins and ends," said Pedro Sanchez Nava, director of archaeology for the National Institute of Anthropology and History. To read in-depth about a Maya king, go to " Tomb of the Vulture Lord ...

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  13. History carved in stoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Nation

    Si Satchanalai, Sukhothai province, was built in 13th century to serve the crown prince of the Sukhothai Kingdom. NATION/THANIS SUDTO Done Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Luang Prabang in Northern Laos, Bagan in Myanmar but still thirsting after archaeological marvels, preferably without the crowds? Southeast Asia has a rich history.

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  14. Archaeologists find elusive 16th century Spanish fort on Parris IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Blog

    ... allowed for a fresh search," said DePratter, who conducts research through USC's South Carolina Institute for Archaeology and Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences. "Pedro MenA ndez didn't leave us with a map of Santa Elena, so ...

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  15. An incredible discovery found under a Mayan pyramid may have been a 'path' to the afterlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Silicon Alley Insider

    A network of underground waterways may have led ancient Mayan rulers to the afterlife, according to new research at the Mayan ruins of Palenque in Mexico. Archaeologists announced the discovery of the channels under the roughly 1,700-year-old Temple of Inscriptions on Monday.

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  16. Big Discovery at Alamo Dig Site Read Story Bryan WendlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KCEN

    Archaeologists looking for signs of the South and West walls of the original Alamo Complex made a big discovery Friday night. "We got very excited and we showed some of the team members and they said, I'm not quite sure what I'm looking at," said Alamo Archaeology team leader Nesta Anderson.

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  17. What did archaeologists digging around the Alamo find?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Austin American-Statesman

    Hand out photo of the Alamo. - The Alamo seems spooky enough, but its curator and historian neither acknowledges nor denies ghosts.

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  18. Texas archaeologists may have found more pieces of the AlamoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Amarillo.com

    Spanish colonial adobe bricks discovered at a dig site in downtown San Antonio's Alamo Plaza may have made up part of the mission's original western wall, researchers announced Monday, although more analysis is needed to verify the architectural function of the centuries-old bricks. The dig, the first of its kind at the Alamo, is the first phase in a larger effort by state and local officials to renovate the historical landmark .

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  19. Archaeologists hope to uncover secrets of Eastbourne's 'mysterious mound'Read the original story

    Tuesday | Eastbourne Herald

    ... Chuter will also lead a free guided walk on August 6 at 2.15pm from Butts Brow to Coombe Hill, exploring the archaeology of the area and understanding the bigger picture around the excavation. Keen historians can also monitor the dig via the daily ...

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  20. Canadian scientist and educator Ursula Franklin remembered as 'global pioneer'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Now Newspaper

    The late Ursula Franklin is being remembered as a "global pioneer," a trailblazer in science and academics, a staunch feminist and outspoken peace activist. Franklin was born in Munich, Germany, in 1921, and educated in Berlin.

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