Category: Issue 44

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Khentkawes is hardly a household name. The historical record passes over this elusive figure without…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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The sheer scale of Rome's German frontier is overwhelming. Running for almost 550km, and boasting…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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For the Hittites of the Late Bronze Age it was a difficult, wild country where…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Sicily was best known during the Roman Republic as the breadbasket of Rome. Although she…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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In 1997 four cavers set out to explore the deepest galleries of the Grotta della…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Astonishingly, given the devastating events that took place at New York's World Trade Center on…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Iron-Age people had a conscious relationship with objects from earlier times that connected them to…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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NEANDERTHAL COMPASSION Researchers at the UK's University of York have concluded that Neanderthals had a…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Nearly 200 of the world's major archaeological and cultural sites are defined as being 'At…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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The butchered bones of cow and goat-like animals from a riverbed in Dikika, in the…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Archaeologists have found the remains of 71 tortoises and three wild cattle while excavating Hilazon…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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The esoterica of kelp forests Kelp forests are near ubiquitous along the West Coast of…