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Amy Brunskill 2 days ago
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This low-relief limestone carving, dating to c.2400 BC, formed part of a larger votive wall…

Amy Brunskill 4 days ago
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A study of the architecture of ancient Greek temples and sanctuaries dedicated to healing has…

Amy Brunskill 6 days ago
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For thousands of years, areas along the north coast of Peru have been subject to…

Amy Brunskill 1 week ago
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Three leather balls have been discovered in the prehistoric Yanghai cemetery in north-west China that…

Amy Brunskill 2 weeks ago
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A set of human footprints found in an ancient lake deposit in the south-west of…

Current World Archaeology 2 weeks ago
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On the south coast of the Polynesian island of Rapa Nui (Easter Island), a dozen…

Current World Archaeology 2 weeks ago
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Tantra’s appeal has proven remarkably broad. What began on the margins of Indian society went…

Current World Archaeology 2 weeks ago
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Tantra has inspired striking imagery: heavily armed gods and goddesses committing violent carnage while adorned…

Current World Archaeology 2 weeks ago
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When hotel construction work unearthed extraordinary mosaics, the owners decided to create a new archaeological…

Amy Brunskill 2 weeks ago
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Four hundred years ago, on 6 September 1620, the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth in…

Amy Brunskill 3 weeks ago
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The site of La Hoya in north-central Iberia was a thriving political, social, and economic…

Current World Archaeology 1 month ago
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Journeying south from the Serbian Danube presents an opportunity to revel in Roman opulence, as…

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