Category: Issue 45

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In the summer of 1911, the young Arnold Toynbee (1889-1975) went on a bicycling tour…

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Today, Gravina is one of those little-known Italian towns that every tourist falls for. Meaning…

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In 1996, Alastair Small and his wife Carola launched a major fieldwalking project to examine…

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The fate of the inland cities of Southern Italy depended to a considerable extent on…

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The Samnites were hardy folk. Living in a region dominated by the Apennine mountains to…

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Throughout most of Italy, the 2nd and 1st centuries BC were a time of increasing…

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The convulsions in land use that usher in the post-Roman period are vividly laid bare…

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Not long after sunrise on 13 July 2010, two archaeologists descended a long aluminium ladder…

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In August 1903 Gabriel Gustafson, director of the University Museum of Antiquities in Kristiana (now…

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Researchers at Tel Aviv University have uncovered an ancient royal garden at the site of…

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Robots roam at Teotihuacan, Mexico Robots for exploring deep under pyramids are a new fashion…

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A team of archaeologists, working Peruvian Andes, has hailed as 'sensational' the discovery of three…