Category: Issue 13

One of the strange aspects of the great cities of the ancient world is the way they maintained what might seem to be excessive storage capacity. A fascinating example of this has recently been discovered at Hattusa/ Bogazk

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The forgotten Achaumenid Empire is remembered in a new exhibition at the British Museum

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The excavations at the Turkish site of Bogazkoy, capital city of the Hittites

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Andrew Selkirk recalls the city before the devestation of Hurricane Katrina, and reveals some unusual…

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Revealed: the evidence for ancient copper mining at Wadi Faynan in Jordan, sinisterly called 'most…

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A close look at the copious Roman artefacts found at the bottom of the sacred…

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A collection of lost or unknown Egyptian artefacts found in the Beijing museum

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Two boys discover artefacts dating between AD 900-1100 Tromsø, Norway

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Remains of a young woman found in a bog in 2000 have been identified as…

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Mexican footprints may hold the key to discovering the origins of human populations in the…

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Evidence for the earliest footwear known to man

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A set of ancient silverware is discovered at Pompeii

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Stone phallus discovered during excavations at Hohle Fels Cave, Swabian Jura, Germany