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A yet-to-be identified , intact, male skeleton has been excavated from a brick tomb at the Tartu Cathedral, despite archaeologists' initial worry that the tomb would be empty.
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Nearly 70 years after the discovery of the world's oldest biblical manuscripts, the Palestinian family who originally sold them to scholars and institutions is now quietly marketing the leftovers - fragments the family says it has kept in a Swiss safe deposit box all these years.
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Another finalist seeking a position as curator at the University of Alaska Museum of the North is set to speak at a free public seminar at the University of Alaska Fairbanks next week.
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British scientists announced Monday they are convinced "beyond reasonable doubt" that a skeleton found during an archaeological dig in Leicester, central England, last August is that of the former king, who was killed at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.
In the contemporary world, art is a primary mean of development of human social and aesthetical values which compliment, compete or exclude each other.
It looks Chicago Meeting of US Theoretical Archaeological Group in May 2013 contributed to the 21st archaeology in most charming way.
The researchers say our upright gait may have its origins in the rugged landscape of East and South Africa which was shaped during the Pliocene epoch by volcanoes and shifting tectonic plates.
"Fox & Friends" reports a giant circular structure has been found by scientists at the bottom of the Sea of Galilee! Archaeologists are trying to raise money for an excavation.
AN OXFORD college has recreated its historic dining hall in a marquee while A 7m improvements are being carried out.
The cities of Jerusalem and Petra may not seem the timeless twins they truly are at first glance.
The remains of King Richard III, which were discovered under a city car park, were found in a hastily dug, untidy grave, researchers have revealed.
Image Caption: Specialists of the NIAH located the cave paintings in the Sierra de San Carlos, Tamaulipas.
An archaeologist looks at the remains of Buddha statues discovered inside an ancient monastery in Mes Aynak.
In 1976 two books were published on the Native American history of western North Carolina in conjunction with the state sponsored Cherokee History Project.
Members of the Sussex Archaeological Society unearthed an Edward I silver farthing during the Battle of Lewes metal detecting survey on Sunday, May 19.
St. Lawrence University professor Shinu Abraham recently edited a book on the recent work of American archaeologists in South Asia.
ANYONE who was involved in the discovery of the Rockbourne Roman Villa site or the Damerham Archaeology Project, or who knows someone who was, is being urged to contribute their memories and pictures to a special display.