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Archeologists in Turkey discover mysterious ancient kingdom lost in history
It was said that all he touched turned to gold. But destiny eventually caught up with the legendary King Midas, and a long-lost chronicle of his ancient downfall appears to have literally surfaced in Turkey.
Archeologists close in on Spanish Empire's 'greatest treasure' in huge breakthrough
Archeologists are closing in on a "cursed" vessel that has languished at the bottom of the sea near Mexico for nearly 400 years — representing a discovery of "the greatest treasure galleon" the likes of which have only been seen in drawings.
Archeologists analyze the composition of a Roman-era makeup case
A study carried out by researchers from the Merida Consortium, the University of Granada (UGR) and the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain has analyzed a makeup case from the 1st century CE.
British archeologists begin study of artefacts found in Nepal
A team of British archeologists has started studying the structure believed to be that of a temple dating back as early as the first millennium in Rautahat, Nepal.
Archeologists discover ancient aqueduct in Armenia
Archeologists have discovered an ancient water supply system in Armenia with almost two thousand years of history.
Archeologists stunned as ‘Britain’s most exciting’ mystery solved after 4,000 years
Archeologists were stunned after “Britain’s most exciting” mystery was solved 16 years after it was first uncovered in Cliffsend, Kent, helping explain more about a civilization that lived more than 4,000 years ago.
Archeologists report unearthing remains of Amazon 'women warriors'
Russian archeologists working in the southern region of Ostrogozhsk reported uncovering the remains of several women believed to be Scythian Amazons in burial mounds.
Archeologists discover ancient 1,000-year-old Mayan palace in Mexico
Archeologists have discovered a large palace likely used by the Mayan elite more than 1,000 years ago in the ancient city of Kuluba, near the modern day tourist hot spot of Cancun in eastern Mexico, Mexican anthropology officials said.
Archeologists dig up a Celtic iron mill predating Jesus Christ
Archeologists in Poland have discovered 12 Celtic furnaces predating the birth of Jesus Christ by at least 400 years.
Int’l archeologists stress importance of Iran’s Tepe Sialk at Louvre conference
International archeologists and historians attended a conference in the Louvre Museum about Iran’s Tepe Sialk and its importance in terms of archeology.
Chinese, Japanese archeologists restore millennia-old iron-smelting techniques
Chinese and Japanese archeologists have successfully restored the iron-smelting techniques that date back about two millennia.
Archeologists discover Aztec tunnel world hidden beneath Mexico City
Archaeologists have discovered a secret Aztec tunnel world nestled below the busy streets of Mexico’s capital city.
Irish archeologists abroad transform 360-year-old Iceland shipwreck into virtual reality
Two Irish maritime archeologists living on opposite sides of the world have created a virtual reality version of a shipwreck that has been at the bottom of the ocean for 360 years.
Archeologists uncovering ancient fort’s secrets before it falls into sea
Archeologists in the UK are working to uncover the secrets of an ancient coastal hillfort before it falls into the sea.
Egypt: Archeologists unveil 2,000-year-old Ptolemaic 'Tomb of Tutu'
Researchers near the ancient city of Akhmim discovered a 2,000-year-old tomb thought to belong to an official called 'Tutu', revealed the secretary general of the Supreme Council for Antiques, Mostafa El-Waziry, on Friday.

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