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1 hr ago | Pensacola News Journal
Patrick M. Rowe, professor of art history at Pensacola State College, collects 19th and 20th century pieces that he organizes for art museum exhibitions.
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5 hrs ago | National Geographic
It's a mystery that has intrigued Americans for centuries: What happened to the lost colonists of North Carolina's Roanoke Island? The settlers, who arrived in 1587, disappeared in 1590, leaving behind only two clues: the words "Croatoan" carved into a fort's gatepost and "Cro" etched into a tree.
7 hrs ago | Dear Kitty
Archaeologists digging at Lord Buddha's birthplace have uncovered remains of the earliest ever "Buddhist shrine".
8 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
The remains of a 900-year-old estate that has a fountain in its garden have been discovered in excavations carried out at the entrance to Ramle, in an area where a bridge is slated to be constructed as part of the new Highway 44, the Israel Antiquities Authority revealed Sunday.
Some 170 archaeologists and workers have spent the last year excavating a 3,000-year-old site in a rural area near the Colombian capital.
Archaeologists in Peru are hailing the find of a tomb thought to belong to the Chimu culture, a people that were eventually conquered by the Incans.
Mizoram is set to enter India's archaeological map for the first time as the Ministry of Culture issues a preliminary notification that seeks to declare a 9000 sq.m site that hosts 200 stone menhirs embossed with images of humans, animals and hunting scenes and several caves as a site of national importance.
Archaeologists digging in southern Turkey say they've discovered more than 600 stamp seals, cylinder seals and amulets left as religious offerings in an ancient sanctuary.
Archaeologists have uncovered more than 80 skulls of young women who may have been sacrificed 4,000 years ago in China.
The city of Heracleion was engulfed underwater 1500 years ago. This grand city had been mentioned by the Greek writer Herodotus, the 5th-century BC historian.
Nestled between the headwaters of the Magdalena river and high Andean moorland, the ancient stone statues at San AgustA n are among the most mysterious pre-Columbian archaeological artefacts.
Lunar heritage sites such as Tranquility Base - shown here with Buzz Aldrin in 1969 - must be protected a but a US bill is not appropriate.
Artisans At Work celebrates its first year of existence this month. Join them for a congratulatory toast at the monthly First Friday event this Friday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. The regular party serves as the opening reception for each month's exhibition, which is following the theme of Cabinet of Curiosities for December.
Recently the press has noted that Steve Green , CEO of Hobby Lobby , announced that he was asking an Oklahoma high school to add a course on the Bible to their curriculum.
The war of narratives shaped itself as a "slam dunk" win for the Palestinian people and had the potential to change the lineup of forces in the struggle for a just solution to the crisis.
When Powers Molinar reads some of the books that his son enjoys, he often finds himself thinking, "I would have done that differently."