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Ancient Roman Board Game Found in Norwegian Burial Mound

Ancient Roman Board Game Found in Norwegian Burial Mound

Researchers unearthed a four-sided dice and 18 circular tokens JUNE 12, 2020 Archaeologists excavating a burial mound in western Norway have disco...

Ancient 12,000-Year-Old Mine Discovered in Underwater Caves on Mexican Coast

Ancient 12,000-Year-Old Mine Discovered in Underwater Caves on Mexican Coast

7 JULY 2020 The underwater caves along Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula contain within them a sprawling labyrinth of archaeological relics perhaps unlike...

Scholars Just Removed a High-Ranking Mummy From Her Coffin; to Discover She Was Buried With a Secret Painting

Scholars Just Removed a High-Ranking Mummy From Her Coffin;  to Discover She Was Buried With a Secret Painting

Conservators at the Perth Museum and Art Gallery in Scotland made a surprising discovery when they cracked open the coffin of a nearly 3,000-year-o...

Kitchener road faces extended closure after ‘significant’ find of Indigenous artifacts - Canada

A major Kitchener, Ontario  roadway will likely be closed for months, due, in part, to a “significant” finding of Indigenous artifacts.A Waterloo r...

Gladiator fresco discovered at Pompeii - Ancient Rome

Gladiator fresco discovered at Pompeii - Ancient Rome

ROME, Italy - A vivid fresco depicting an armour-clad gladiator standing victorious as his wounded opponent stumbles gushing blood has been discove...

More Than 140 Nazca Lines Are Discovered in Peruvian Desert

More Than 140 Nazca Lines Are Discovered in Peruvian Desert

A team of Japanese researchers combined on-the-ground archaeology with modern technology, including artificial intelligence, to identify the 2,000-...

Tutankhamen head fetches millions at UK auction despite Egypt's protests

A brown quartzite head of young king Tutankhamen sold at auction in London for more than 4.7 million pounds on Thursday, in the face of Egyptian de...

Greek Archaeologists Make Major Discovery at Battle of Salamis Site

Greek Archaeologists Make Major Discovery at Battle of Salamis Site

Marine archaeologists are announcing that they have discovered underwater artifacts at the site of a building where the naval battle of Salamis was...

ARCHAEOLOGISTS AT POMPEII DISCOVER A FAST FOOD BUSINESS PRESERVED IN RUINS OF ANCIENT ROMAN CITY DESTROYED BY VOLCANO

ARCHAEOLOGISTS AT POMPEII DISCOVER A FAST FOOD BUSINESS PRESERVED IN RUINS OF ANCIENT ROMAN CITY DESTROYED BY VOLCANO

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient snack bar (fast food style business) in the ruins of the Roman city of Pompeii. The counter’s colorful fr...

Etruscan tomb in Corsica may yield secrets on civilization's decline

Etruscan tomb in Corsica may yield secrets on civilization's decline

French archaeologists have unearthed an Etruscan tomb containing a skeleton and dozens of artifacts in Corsica, a rare discovery that could shed ne...

Riddle of Ancient Egyptian Statues' Broken Noses Revealed

Riddle of Ancient Egyptian Statues' Broken Noses Revealed

An antiquarian revealed this week why so many Ancient Egyptian relics had their noses broken off.Curator Edward Bleiberg, in charge of Ancient Egyp...