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Daer Excavation Update

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We’ve now completed a few more sites and a new one; no. 104 was only discovered last weekend and we have already excavated 9 square metres of it. This new site is only a few metres away from site No100 which we started a couple of weeks ago and are still progressing – No 100 […]

Archaeology Related from Kotha Bangaru Lokam in trouble

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After scoring a clean 60 days run, Dil Raju’s film Kotha Bangaru Lokam considered a hit in the industry circles has run into a trouble. The Department of Archaeology and Museums and the Indian National Museum’s for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) have jointly issued notices to the Producer to this extent for taking shoot […]

Humans 80,000 Years Older Than Previously in Archaeological Reviews:

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Modern humans may have evolved more than 80,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to a new study of sophisticated stone tools found in Ethiopia. The tools were uncovered in the 1970s at the archaeological site of Gademotta, in the Ethiopian Rift Valley. But it was not until this year that new dating techniques revealed […]

Small Islands Given Short Shrift In Assembling Archaeological Record

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We’ve written history based on the bigger islands,” said Bill Keegan, a University of Florida archaeologist whose study is published online in the journal Human Ecology. “Yet not only are we now seeing people earlier on smaller islands, but we’re seeing them move into territories where we didn’t expect them to at the time that […]

Clue to medieval church uncovered

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Archaeologists have found a carved sandstone fragment believed to be part of a medieval church in Ross-shire. Highland Archaeological Services said the piece provided a link between an 8th Century monastery and 17th Century church at Tarbat, Portmahomack. The remains were uncovered during Scottish Water’s £3m project to replace mains pipes in the area. The […]