Category: Issue 49

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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At first glance Japanese castles appeared to have weathered the centuries unscathed, but looks can…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Three opulent palaces sit within a stone's throw of each other, built when Persian kings…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Water is our most precious resource. Its scarcity and overabundance have determined our survival and…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in Spring this year, archaeologist Simon…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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The deadly wave that engulfed the northeastern coastline of Japan devastated many archaeological sites and…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Half of Australia’s rock art could disappear in the next 50 years, according to the…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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A superbly carved and intact lion sculpture, excavated by a Canadian team in south-eastern Turkey,…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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A paper by Paul Mellars and Jennifer French, published in Science, contributes to the widely…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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In Alaska, the cremated remains have been found of a three- year-old child who might…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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A paper in Science argues that modern humans gained significant health benefits from interbreeding with…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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The cause of the sudden collapse in AD 1350 of the Viking settlement established in…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Scandinavian and British experts meeting at an academic conference in Reykjavík have been debating the…