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Impressive farm house dated 2,800 year old Discovered near Tel Aviv, Israel

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An attractive 2,800-year-old farmhouse has been unearthed during an archaeological dig near Tel Aviv, Israel. The large, 23-room home, which covers a 100ft x 130ft area, was build in the eighth century BC, around the time of the Assyrian defeat of Israel. The site is thought to have a wealthy history, with Greek coins found […]

33 Peru Mummies Victim of Human Sacrifices

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The head of a team of archaeologists examining 33 mummies found in Peru says the bodies were human sacrifices.”The majority of them were sacrificed using a very sharp bladed tool, possibly a copper or bronze tummy knife. And for the majority there are numerous combinations, complex set of dissimilarity on cutting of the throat, “Mr. […]

Medieval finds at university dig

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Roman pottery, medieval remains and 11th Century dog bones have been found at the heart of Cambridge University during an archaeological dig. The dig has been taking place beneath a tearoom in the university’s central offices, known as the Old Schools. It was one of the events marking the 800th anniversary of the university. Some […]

Above 1,800 years old marble head unearthed in Israel

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Archaeologists in Israel have been discovered what they believed in it is the bust of a Roman boxer from the second or third century. It seems that what we have be here is a unique find, then the two directors of the excavation said in a statement released Monday by the Israel Antiquities Authority of […]

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 […]