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Amy Brunskill 2 days ago
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This low-relief limestone carving, dating to c.2400 BC, formed part of a larger votive wall…

Amy Brunskill 1 week ago
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Three leather balls have been discovered in the prehistoric Yanghai cemetery in north-west China that…

Amy Brunskill 2 weeks ago
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A set of human footprints found in an ancient lake deposit in the south-west of…

Current World Archaeology 4 months ago
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Clusters of massive stone jars in Laos have inspired considerable curiosity. Little is known about…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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The Selden Map of China. (Image: Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford) What is it? This…

Andrew Selkirk 1 year ago
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On the plain of Pasargadae, Cyrus the Great founded a spectacular garden palace. Nothing like…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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Six Byzantine cities once flourished in the Negev Desert, but then the climate changed and…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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The 200th anniversary of Raffles’ arrival in Singapore has galvanised debate about the legacy of…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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The golden burial of a Scythian king In 2001, more than 5,000 gold objects were…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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What is it? This ancient Mesopotamian sculpture known as the ‘ram in the thicket’ is…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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China: visions through the ages Lisa C Niziolek, Deborah A Bekken, and Gary M Feinman…

Current World Archaeology 3 years ago
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In 1640, a bronze tablet was discovered during construction work on a palace in Tiriolo,…

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