Author: Current World Archaeology

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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The Greeks called them Scythians, the Assyrians and Achaemenid Persians called them Saka. We know…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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Searching for Samnites in the ‘Region of Little Cities’   Surprisingly few people have heard…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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What is it? This enigmatic fired-clay disc, dating to around 1700-1600 BC, was discovered in…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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Mleiha: The Unwritten History The Ancient State of Puyŏ in Northeast Asia Age of Empires:…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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The first anyone knew of the Scythians was when exquisite gold ornaments started to turn…

Current World Archaeology 3 years ago
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The exotic Lady of Pacopampa and the recently discovered Serpent-Jaguar Priests were high ranking members…

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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Little is known of the fierce warrior nomads who occupied the southern region of the Ural…

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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Richard Hodges explores the history and archaeology of the Spanish Basque Country.

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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Nearly 20 years of digging in and writing about Albania's ancient sites has left a…

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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The dig  The Hypogeum Ħal-Saflieni was discovered in 1902 when builders, working on a new housing development,…

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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How often do you visit a rock-art site armed only with binoculars? You do at…

Current World Archaeology 5 years ago
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Exploring Iron Age burial mounds on the Trail of Princes, Patrick Skinner sets out from…