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2 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
Saudi Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud said the "Road to Arabia" exhibit "rewrites history."
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6 hrs ago | KIMT
It wasn't quite the gold mine they thought it could be, but one Charles City business owner is still excited to dig up a piece of history.
10 hrs ago | The News Tribune
Ta-ha-do-Wa Camp for Boys is shown on Tanglewood Island in 1956. The roundhouse pavilion contained a dining area, meeting rooms and showers.
14 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Archaeologists and Native Americans are clashing over Indian remains and artifacts that were excavated during a construction project in the San Francisco Bay Area, but then reburied at an undisclosed location.
18 hrs ago | Staffordshire Newsletter
ARCHAEOLOGY fans can learn all about the treasures that can be found under car parks during the next meeting of Stafford and Mid Staffordshire Archaelogical Society.
Jamie Lund, National Trust regional archaeologist, Allan Steward of Levens Local History Group, Mark Brennand, Cumbria historical environment officer and Stephen Read Gill Wood of Levens Local History Group A COMMUNITY archaeology venture is to be extended to assess how the ecology of South Lakeland has changed in the aeons since the last Ice Age.
Photo credit: Sean Mattson, STRI. Smithsonian archaeologist, Dolores Piperno, measures a teosinte plant growing under past climate conditions.
An Israeli archaeologist claims to have found an ancient chisel used in the construction of the Western Wall some 2,000 years ago.
Hudson's Bay: National Park Service archaeologist Robert Cromwell, from left, and laboratory supervisor Katie Wynia are presented the President's Award on April 1 by Elaine Dorset, former president of the Oregon Archaeological Society.
The Aberystruth Archaeology and History Society, which was set up just a few weeks ago, is led by founding member and full time history and heritage student Ian Fewings, 47. The society, which has members aged between 21 and 80 years old, was set up by Mr Fewings who wanted to form a group that people could actually attend rather than just ... (more)
Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project has won almost A 100,000 of Heritage Lottery Fund support for a new community-based archaeology project.
The paw prints and hoof prints of a few meddlesome animals have been preserved for posterity on ancient Roman tiles recently discovered by archaeologists in England... The artifacts, which could be nearly 2,000 years old, were found in the Blackfriars area of Leicester... Wardell Armstrong Archaeology was brought in to dig at a site where a ... (more)
An archaeology professor at SUNY Adirondack is hoping a dig at Lake George Battlefield Park this summer will help determine which parts of the site were used during the French and Indian War and which were utilized during the American Revolutionary War.
The paw prints of a puppy, and hoof prints of a sheep or goat were found on 2,000-year-old tiles discovered in a Leicester, England, archaeological excavation.
And now the mayor of the small Spanish town of Castrillo Matajudios - which means Castrillo Kill Jews in English - has said residents will get the opportunity to vote on a name change.
Chili peppers reign as the world's most widely cultivated spice crop; farmers grow them in bulk, and self-described chili-heads breed ever-spicier varieties of the fruit.
A couple recently bought a A 400,000 - four-bedroom house on an estate in Britain.