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Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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Could the locations of Easter Island’s ahu be associated with freshwater sources? A recent research…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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A fresh perspective on Pompeii and Herculaneum What can modern fine-art practice teach us about…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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Our judge, Adam Stanford of Aerial-Cam, and Simon Butler from Hidden History Travel & Archaeology,…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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It may be the royal tombs that spring to mind when we think of the…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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The pharaohs did not lie in splendid isolation in the Valley of the Kings. While…

Current World Archaeology 4 months ago
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More than a decade ago I took a holiday on Naxos. This Cycladic island is…

Current World Archaeology 4 months ago
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The 200th anniversary of Raffles’ arrival in Singapore has galvanised debate about the legacy of…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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The golden burial of a Scythian king In 2001, more than 5,000 gold objects were…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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When excavations at Akrotiri commenced in 1967, they revealed a prehistoric town with buildings still…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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It is a building like no other at Akrotiri. Now known as the ‘House of…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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How did an Egyptian pharaoh rejuvenate after a demanding year? The annual Opet festival at…

Current World Archaeology 5 months ago
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A Tuscan challenge Modern archaeology cannot turn a blind eye to its importance in contemporary…