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CWA 106

It was the railways that first fired public interest in Old Oslo back in the 19th century. Although the crumbling ruins of…

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CWA 105

Excavations on Corsica sprang a surprise when archaeologists discovered a set of steps descending into the ground. Work at the site, undertaken…

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CWA 104

Tantra has inspired striking imagery: heavily armed gods and goddesses committing violent carnage while adorned with human body parts, or enacting acrobatic…

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CWA 103

The Ancient Egyptian cemetery at Saqqara received burials for thousands of years. One consequence of this is a remarkable concentration of funerary…

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CWA 102

The megalithic jars of Laos have been entrancing visitors since the 19th century. These remarkable stone receptacles can occur individually, or in…

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CWA 101

What went on inside Neolithic tombs? Recent survey of one stunning example in Spain has revealed previously unknown artwork, raising questions about…

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CWA 100

When the very first issue of CWA was created in September 2003, founder and editor Andrew Selkirk wrote that, ‘It’s time for…

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CWA 99

The archaeological legacy of the Trojan war is immense. Greek vases pull no punches when they show Homeric heroes engaged in brutal…

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CWA 98

Tutankhamun ruled in interesting times. His father, Akhenaten, had upended Egyptian society by venerating the sun and founding a new capital at…

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CWA 97

Cyrus the Great had an eye for the finer things in life. At Pasargadae he established a fabulous palace, which boasted lavish…

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CWA 96

The Guatemalan rainforest has kept its secrets well. Maya monuments like the world-famous pyramids at Tikal may seem hard to miss, but…

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