Archaeology

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Drought conditions in Spain have resulted in a new tourist attraction... Whose up for diving trip to blessington...

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The first modern archaeological excavation at Stonehenge (the last was over 40 years ago) is due to begin...

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One for our friends over at Treadwells. From Times Online: Evidence of pagan rituals involving swans and other...

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The unmarked grave of 32 individuals has been found on the site of an abandoned prision. Just to...

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An honestly wonderful archaeological discovery - Lupercale: the cave location of Rome's birth myth, where the twins were...

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"The mystery behind the sudden death of Tutankhamun, the boy king who ruled Egypt more than 3,000 years...

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Not every day you read a headline like that, is it? From the Beeb: 'After seven hot summers...

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An article in the September 2007 edition of National Geographic puts forward some new theories to explain these...

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Ireland's bronze age folk may have been as fond of their 'pint' as people are today, according to...

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Why the hell isn't Newgrange on this list? Is a megalithic structure aligned to the Winter Solsitice (with...