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1 hr ago | Wirral Globe
AN appeal has been launched for photographs of Wirral people who lived through the First World War for a shopping centre display.
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5 hrs ago | Hispanically Speaking
An international research team has discovered new fragments of the Spanish ship La Purisima Concepcion, shipwrecked in 1765 on the coast of the southern Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego, officials told Efe.
9 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
When developer MDM Group managed to yank away from Miami's historic preservation board last week the question of what to do with the discovery of a significant prehistoric Tequesta Indian village site, they moved the ball into a potentially more advantageous court - the political, deal-making world of the City Commission.
14 hrs ago | News Observer
Now the state's archaeologists are going back for more. On Monday morning, a 23-foot boat will sweep sonar waves and a magnetic-field instrument over a half-mile stretch of the river near Kinston, searching for parts of the Confederate ship, including a propeller, an anchor and a cannon.
Hopi tribal elder Lawrence Keevama speaks with French attorney Pierre Servan-Schreiber and Sam Tenakhongva, Hopi Kachina Society leader, at the Hopi tribal offices in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Excavators working in the city of Cusco have discovered a burial site containing five individuals from the Marcavalle culture, a pre- Inca society.
Another page may be added to St. Augustine's historical legacy this spring once archaeologists explore an uncharted area of the nation's oldest colony.
PLEASE NOTE: EDIT CONTAINS MATERIAL THAT WAS ORIGINALLY 4:3 They're human remains but these found in Peru are particularly special.
Archaeologists from the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork, Queens University Belfast pictured during excavations in the remains of the Great Hall in Carrickfergus Castle.
A DOG walker took a step back in time during his routine stroll, finding footprints thought to be 7,000 years old.
Artist David Rau created "As Seen From Above" for the Chester Historical Society's Unearthed in Chester Challenge & Reception.
Pictured here for their "hands-on lesson" are campers Max and Audrey Webb and Luke Wilhelm discovering archaeology with teacher Allie Webb reassembling a broken flower pot.
A new course is being plotted for a lengthy natural gas line here after archaeologists unearthed a 2,300-year old village.
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ARCHAEOLOGISTS working on the Friars Walk site in the city centre have uncovered what is thought to be part of a 600-year-old medieval friary that once stood in Newport.
Alison Faulhaber, left, of Lowell, Mass., and Amy Nelson of Arlington, who began a friendship two decades ago, hiked to dead Woman's Pass on the Inca Trail in Peru for a dual birthday celebration.