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When the Spanish conquistador Hernando Pizarro arrived at Pachacamac, Peru, in January 1533, he had…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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As the Inca state expanded, the inhabitants of Pachacamac, Peru, found themselves on the receiving…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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Today, a network of subterranean passages spreads out from under the world’s first cathedral, in…

Current World Archaeology 6 months ago
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A trip to Crete allows Rachel Glaves to delve into the fact and fiction of…

Current World Archaeology 6 months ago
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There are dowsers, whose hazel wands will tremble, not only for water, but also for…

Current World Archaeology 6 months ago
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Frisians and their North Sea Neighbours: from the 5th century to the Viking age John…

Current World Archaeology 6 months ago
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Megadrought and Collapse: from early agriculture to Angkor Harvey Weiss (ed.) Oxford University Press, £53…

Current World Archaeology 7 months ago
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What is it? This ancient Mesopotamian sculpture known as the ‘ram in the thicket’ is…

Current World Archaeology 7 months ago
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At first, they came by sea, carrying cargoes of broken objects destined to be deposited…

Current World Archaeology 7 months ago
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A fresh approach to a celebrated collection On 18 October 2018, the new Albukhary Foundation…

Current World Archaeology 7 months ago
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Situated at the remote tip of a sparsely inhabited Cycladic island, Dhaskalio seemingly had little…

Current World Archaeology 8 months ago
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Infancy and Earliest Childhood in the Roman World Maureen Carroll Oxford University Press, £75 ISBN…