Category: Issue 43

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In the morning of 15 July 1099, the starving knights of the First Crusade broke…

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Somaliland is not Somalia. Somaliland is in the northern part of Somalia, occupying the area…

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When Cyprus adopted the Euro early in 2008, the government had to decide what symbol…

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About ten years ago a collector of ancient Indonesian art contacted my husband and me…

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Most people today probably think Marathon has something to do with the Ancient Greek Olympics.…

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Human remains found wrapped in costly dyed silk in Germany's Magdeburg Cathedral in 2008 have…

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A Maya lord The ancient Maya continue to surprise us, this time with the discovery…

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Irving Finkel, the British Museum specialist on the Cyrus Cylinder, has announced that horse bones…

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Australian academics and members of the Aboriginal community working together to record and protect rock…

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Thanks to preservation under waterlogged conditions, a well in the federal state of Saxony, Germany,…

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Human remains unearthed in Lima, capital of Peru, have yielded the first direct evidence of…

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Francesco Benozzo, of the University of Bologna, studies the continuity of Palaeolithic words into recent…