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Human remains and ‘lavish’ jewels unearthed at ancient burial site in England
Skeletons and ‘lavish’ artefacts have been unearthed at an historic burial site in Lincolnshire, in eastern England.
Thracian Civilization being unearthed
Excavations to be carried out in the ancient city of Heraion-Teikhos, which has traces of the Thracian Civilization, in Süleymanpaşa district of the northwestern province of Tekirdağ, Turkey, aim to reveal the health and cult centers of the Thracians.
Three 17th-century shipwrecks unearthed in Swedish city
Massive construction plans in Sweden's second-largest city have yielded a valuable insight into Gothenburg's former harbor.
Neanderthal child tooth unearthed in Kermanshah
Iranian archeologists discovered an ancient tooth with the features of a Neanderthal kid in the mountains of the western province of Kermanshah.
Unique kiln, pottery unearthed at Alborz archeological site
A unique kiln and pottery with stamped and rope decorations have been discovered during an archeological operation at Imamzadeh Qassem Mound in Iran’s Alborz Province situated in the northwest of Tehran.
Oldest stone tools outside Africa unearthed in China
Throughout the 20th century, the widely accepted story of humanity's migration from Africa began with a human ancestor called Homo erectus, a relatively big-brained, tall species of hominin that began to venture all across Asia more than a million years ago. But in recent decades, new evidence has begun to punch holes in that timeline. Now, reports Carl Zimmer at The New York Times, new stone tools unearthed in China indicate someone made it 8,000 miles from Africa to east Asia as far back as 2.12 million years ago, and that someone probably wasn't Homo erectus.
'Exceptional' Neolithic henge site containing remains of 6,300-year-old auroch unearthed
Archeologists have unearthed a 4,000-year-old wooden trackway that forms the centerpiece of a Neolithic henge.
2,800-year-old skeleton unearthed in western Iran
The remains of a body, buried in ancient times, was unearthed during construction activities in a neighborhood in Hamadan, said the supervisor of ancient excavations in the western Iranian city.
'Exceptional' medieval treasure trove unearthed at Abbey in France
An 'exceptional and rare' medieval treasure trove including more than 2,200 gold and silver coins was found in France in what has been called a 'remarkable' discovery by archeologists. It's the kind of discovery archeologists dream of.
Miles of forgotten WWI trenches unearthed in England
The full extent of the networks of trenches and defensive fortifications built in England during the First World War was revealed in the first major survey of its kind.
Mummies unearthed near Egypt’s Luxor
Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed several mummies, colorful wooden sarcophagi and more than 1,000 funerary statues in a 3,500-year-old tomb near the city of Luxor, hailing an "important discovery".
Prehistoric Cochno Stone to be unearthed for first time since 1965 burial
A prehistoric stone panel said to be the most important in Europe is being unearthed for the first time in 50 years — next to a housing estate in Clydebank.
New mass grave of 150 bodies unearthed in Syria’s Palmyra
A new mass grave containing the bodies of 150 people believed to have been killed and tortured by Daesh terrorists has been found in the recently-liberated Syrian city of Palmyra.
Another mass grave unearthed in Syria’s Palmyra
The Syrian army forces have discovered a mass grave holding more than 60 bodies in the sewers southwest of Palmyra Airbase.
8,000-year-old potteries unearthed at Sarsakhti Castle
Archeologists came across to 8,000-year-old potteries during the first season of excavations in Sarsakhti Castle in Shazand, Markazi Province.

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