Category: Issue 54

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How does the archaeological record reflect the vital role horses played in the development of…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Is global trawling of fragile shipwrecks the greatest threat to underwater heritage today?

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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What was life like under the shadow of the pharaohs? The realities of life and…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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When they were built in the 2nd century AD, the great watermills at Barbegal, in…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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‘Expect the unexpected’ is a good maxim for any archaeologist. But nothing could have prepared…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Why were the bodies of a dozen newborn babies placed around the edge of a…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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The unstoppable Persian king, Cyrus the Great, powered through Anatolia, conquering all in his path.…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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The Koru tumulus The large cluster of tumuli around Lake Kuş (Lake Manyas) – reminiscent…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Europe's oldest known cave art could be the work of Neanderthals more than 40,000 years…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Fragments of 20,000-year-old pottery discovered in south-east China have pushed back the use of ceramics…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Michaela Binder discovers what the dead can tell us about living.

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Archaeologists have identified the world’s oldest instruments, showing that early modern humans were making music…