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Clues to Medieval Archaeology vigour:

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A few tantalising pieces of evidence for why Manchester came to dominate North-West England in the industrial age, an event long regarded as something of a mystery, have been pieced together as a result of recent archaeological and historical work in the city. Traditionally Manchester was thought to have developed only from about 1750, having […]

Tutankhamen Fathered Twins, Mummified Fetuses Suggest:

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Robert Connolly, who is working with the Egyptian authorities to remains of Tutankhamen and the two stillborn children, will discuss the new findings at the Pharmacy and Medicine in Ancient Egypt Conference at The University of Manchester on September 1, 2008. Mr Connolly says: “The work carried out by Catherine Hellier in Norway and I […]