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  • Old Vero Man Archaeological Dig

    Old Vero Man Archaeological Dig

    In January, archaeologists started excavating the site near where the Old Vero Man bones were found nearly a century ago.

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  • The earliest human footprints outside Africa found in Norfolk

    The earliest human footprints outside Africa found in Norfolk

    A series of footprints that were left by early humans over 800,000 years ago have been discovered by a team of scientists led by the British Museum, Natural History Museum and Queen Mary University of London. The footprints left in ancient estuary muds were found at Happisburgh in Norfolk and are direct evidence of the earliest known humans in northern Europe. Find out more about the discovery: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/about-us/news/20… Archaeological finds from Happisburgh and other locations around the country feature in […]

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  • Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey

    Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey

    A small selection of finds from the first three years of the Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey. www.medieval-graffiti.co.uk Soundtrack: Radical Face

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  • Durham archaeologists uncover Mass grave

    Durham archaeologists uncover Mass grave

    Durham University experts said that some of the corpses are arranged in a North-South alignment instead of the conventional East-West arrangement found in medieval graves.

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  • 3,000 Year Old Ancient Village Discovered

    3,000 Year Old Ancient Village Discovered

    A team of archaeologists painstakingly shifted through earth at Colombia’s largest excavation site on Friday (December 05) after construction workers uncovered pre-Hispanic ceramic pieces that experts believe could be nearly 3,000 years old. Some 170 archaeologists are digging in the rural area of Soacha, just south of Bogota, looking to piece together the remains of an ancient village that could provide new insights into the country’s pre-Hispanic Herrera culture. With excavators just beginning to crack the surface at the massive […]

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  • Candi sites destruction

    Candi sites destruction

    Datuk V. Nadarajan shares thoughts and frustration on the destruction of the Candi sites in Malasia for more: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/12/10/Candi-Lembah-Bujang-destroying-history.aspx

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  • Crossrail archaeology: Roman skulls discovered at Liverpool Street

    Crossrail archaeology: Roman skulls discovered at Liverpool Street

    Crossrail tunnellers have discovered about 20 Roman skulls while building a utility tunnel at Crossrail’s Liverpool Street station site. Working under the direction of Crossrail’s archaeologists, the construction workers have carefully removed the human skulls and Roman pottery, found in the sediment of the historic river channel of the River Walbrook. The skulls have been found below the Bedlam burial ground established in the 16th century, where 3,000 skeletons will be carefully removed during major archaeological excavations next year. For […]

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  • Peruvian Archaeologists Find 5,000 Year Old Temple in Lima

    Peruvian Archaeologists Find 5,000 Year Old Temple in Lima

    Says what it is. now try and prevent it being knocked down  Search terms:ペルーの考古学者

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  • ASKAEOLOGY 3: On a scale of 1 to.. Tutankhamun, what was the best thing you’ve found.

    ASKAEOLOGY 3: On a scale of 1 to.. Tutankhamun, what was the best thing you’ve found.

    Young people ask real archaeologists what was the best thing they found. CoastArchaeology

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  • ASKAEOLOGY 2 – WHAT GOT YOU INTO ARCHAEOLOGY?

    ASKAEOLOGY 2 – WHAT GOT YOU INTO ARCHAEOLOGY?

    Young people ask real archaeologists what got them into archaeology? CoastArchaeology

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  • Rescued from the Sea

    Rescued from the Sea

    Amazing work by the sea Mesolithic remains, an early Bronze Age cemetery and ancient peat beds are just some of the heritage wonders due to be excavated from the cliffs at Low Hauxley, Northumberland, thanks to a partnership between NWT and Archaeological Research Services Ltd, with a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund. by Joe Tong http://www.nwt.org.uk/rescued-from-the-sea  

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  • Archaeology and forensic anthropology confirm survival cannibalism at Jamestown

    Archaeology and forensic anthropology confirm survival cannibalism at Jamestown

    Findings were proven through collaborative research efforts by Preservation Virginia’s Jamestown Rediscovery Project (archaeology), The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (historical context) and Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History (forensic anthropology). https://www.facebook.com/historicjame… Search terms:法医考古学法医考古学者

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  • Archaeologists unearth 1000 year-old tomb in Peru

    Archaeologists unearth 1000 year-old tomb in Peru

    Archaeologists in 2012  discovered a 1,000-year-old tomb 20 miles south of the Peruvian capital Lima. It contains the cloth-covered skeletal remains of over 70 people – most of them thought to be children. The 60-ft-long grave is linked to the ‘Painted Temple’ where the Huari people used to pray to Pacha Kamaq – their God of Creation.

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  • Limestone Landscapes: Community Archaeology

    Limestone Landscapes: Community Archaeology

    We are helping local communities to discover more about their heritage through taking part in archaeology, learning the techniques of excavation and survey. Community excavations led by professional archaeologists are looking at sites in the area to date a range of sites to improve knowledge and understanding of the historic environment. There is also training in archaeological techniques for people in local areas.

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  • Community Archaeology in the Beman Triangle

    Community Archaeology in the Beman Triangle

    Wesleyan’s Sarah Croucher – Community Archaeology in the Beman Triangle Sarah Croucher is assistant professor of anthropology, assistant professor of archaeology at Wesleyan University. She works with her students on a community archaeology project in the “Beman Triangle” in Middletown, CT. The houses built on this land from the 1840s were home to a community of African Americans living in Middletown, tied to the A.M.E. Zion Church. Artifacts discovered in 19th century buried trash pits in the area shed new […]

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