Category: Issue 39

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Between Mycenaean Greece and Classical Greece there is a ‘Dark Age' during which civilization appears…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The Greek Dark Ages are no longer dark: the excavations at Lefkandi on the island…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The Valley of the Nobles, just east of the Valley of the Kings, contains some…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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From the 14th century AD the city of Timbuktu, in West Africa, became legendary for…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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To the south west of Rome, at the mouth of the Tiber, archaeologists from Southampton…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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Chinese people say that many Americans and Europeans have a distinctive odour. If you ask…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The first ever excavation of a cementation steel furnace in America - in Trenton, New…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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In Brian Fagan's latest instalment of all things archaeological that are both exotic and entertaining…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The invention of clothing and textiles ranks, along with the development of agriculture, cooking and…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The DNA of a man who died between 1 and 50 AD, and who was…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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Archaeologists excavating Nero's Domus Aurea (Golden House, so-called because of its original gold-leaf interior) have…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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Feasting of a different kind was the subject of a paper in the latest issue…