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Researchers use AI to discover ancient drawings in Peru that can be seen from space
A cultural anthropology team at Yamagata University in Japan recently announced the discovery of 143 huge ancient drawings etched in Peruvian soil known as “geoglyphs.”
Britain's 'first city' rose near an ancient spring
Britain's first 'city' rose near an ancient spring on the Salisbury Plain and its inhabitants built Stonehenge which is a prehistoric monument, archeologists believe.
Ancient Egypt shock: Scientists baffled as coffin with ‘nonsense hieroglyphics’ discovered
The coffin, discovered at an enormous burial site just south of Cairo, Egypt, has baffled leading archeologists after they could not decipher the hieroglyphics scrawled across it.
Trees from ancient forests discovered in deep ocean
The remains of ancient forests have been discovered deep beneath the sea, thousands of miles from land, with scientists finding 19 million-year-old wood chips in sediment layers at the bottom of the Bay of Bengal, the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean.
Ancient musical instruments on display in Scotland
Two ancient musical instruments dating back around 2,500 years have formed the centerpiece of a new exhibition launched at the Scottish Crannog Centre in Kenmore.
Ancient Christian church in Iran under restoration
Iran repaired Qara Kelisa (meaning black church) known as the first church built in the world after the martyrdom of Saint Thaddeus over his tomb. It is located about 20 kilometers from the town of Chaldoran in the northwestern Iranian province of West Azarbaijan.
Ancient Egyptian jewelry uncovered in Indonesia
Residents of Ogan Komering Ilir in South Sumatra, Indonesia, uncovered precious jewelry on burned peatland in various locations in the regency.
Ancient Australia was home to 'strange' marsupial giants, scientists find
The “strange” anatomy of a family of giant marsupials that roamed eastern Australia and Tasmania for much of the past 25 million years has been revealed in a new study.
An ancient Egypt-to-Black Sea route? Adventurers to test theory
Were the ancient Egyptians able to use reed boats to travel as far as the Black Sea thousands of years ago?
Ancient bird fossil fascinates researchers
A team of researchers is fascinated by the remains of an ancient bird with an unusual feature: Its middle toes are longer than the lower legs. The fossil was recovered from an amber deposit in Myanmar.
Ancient Iraqi city of Babylon designated UNESCO World Heritage Site
The ancient city of Babylon, first referenced in a clay tablet from the 23rd century BCE, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, after a vote that followed decades of lobbying by Iraq.
Ancient 3,400-year-old palace revealed after drought dries up Iraq reservoir
An ancient 3,400-year-old palace has been found in a reservoir after water levels dropped because of a drought.
Ancient Afghan citadel collapses, cultural heritage sites at risk
An ancient tower dating back 2,000 years in the historic Afghan city of Ghazni collapsed this week, local officials said, raising concerns about the vulnerability of the country’s cultural heritage and the government’s ability to protect them.
Discovery of ancient tomb in Britain yields new info
An underground chamber discovered accidentally by road workers appears to be the site of the earliest Christian royal burial ever found in Britain, archeologists say, calling it the Anglo-Saxon equivalent of King Tutankhamun’s tomb.
Official: Chicago institute to return Iran’s ancient inscriptions
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago voiced readiness for returning Achaemenid inscriptions to Iran, an Iranian official said on Tuesday.

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