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Current World Archaeology 4 weeks ago
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Sailing to a remote maritime sanctuary brings Richard Hodges to Europe’s earliest central place Colin…

Lucia Marchini 1 month ago
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The enjoyment of food and drink, the essence of life, was deeply ingrained in Roman…

Current World Archaeology 1 month ago
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Ruins of the Roman city of Ulpiana, with the plains and hills of Kosovo beyond.…

Andrew Selkirk 2 months ago
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On the plain of Pasargadae, Cyrus the Great founded a spectacular garden palace. Nothing like…

Current World Archaeology 2 months ago
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Cyrus the Great had an eye for the finer things in life. At Pasargadae he…

Current World Archaeology 2 months ago
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Creating images in a changing world The Messak plateau in south-west Libya features some of…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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Six Byzantine cities once flourished in the Negev Desert, but then the climate changed and…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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A view across the ruins of the ancient city of Knidos. Claims and counter-claims about…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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What is it? This mid 3rd century AD semi-cylindrical shield is known as a scutum…

Current World Archaeology 4 months ago
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Life and death in a 5th-century ringfort This aerial view of the Sandby borg ringfort…

Current World Archaeology 4 months ago
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The deeds of royal dynasties presiding over Maya city-states in northern Guatemala can still be…

Current World Archaeology 4 months ago
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The Guatemalan rainforest has kept its secrets well. Maya monuments like the world-famous pyramids at…