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Andrew Selkirk 1 week ago
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Is it possible to write history without people? Of course, archaeology is all about history…

Lucia Marchini 1 week ago
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With prehistoric painted caves, ruins of Roman cities, spectacular places of worship converted during periods…

Current World Archaeology 1 week ago
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High on a hilltop near the village of Ploçe, Albania, lie the ruins of the…

Current World Archaeology 1 week ago
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Discover how a chance detail on a 19th-century map set in train a longstanding archaeological…

Current World Archaeology 1 month ago
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Golubac castle watches over the entrance to the famed ‘Iron Gates’ of the Danube: it…

Carly Hilts 1 month ago
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The history of Hamilton Grange brings new meaning to ‘moving house’. Here, the former home…

Current World Archaeology 1 month ago
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Chania in the winter, as a baleful sea swells within the Venetian harbour. Archaeology indicates…

Lucia Marchini 2 months ago
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As they walked across Engare Sero in northern Tanzania, a group of people left their…

Andrew Selkirk 2 months ago
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The House of Augustus: a historical detective storyT P WisemanPrinceton University Press, £30ISBN 978-0691180076Review by:…

Current World Archaeology 2 months ago
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Behind the scenes of a great excavation The digging at Megiddo was undertaken by local…

Current World Archaeology 2 months ago
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Clusters of massive stone jars in Laos have inspired considerable curiosity. Little is known about…

Andrew Selkirk 3 months ago
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The modern city of Barcelona, as seen from the forecourt of the National Art Museum…

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