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An iconographic treasure unearthed in Jordan

An iconographic treasure unearthed in Jordan

In northern Jordan, a Roman-era painted tomb has been unearthed by the Department of Antiquities. An extraordinary document of religious, p...
Neolithic burials discovered in Vietnam cave

Neolithic burials discovered in Vietnam cave

Vietnamese archaeologists have announced announced the results of their excavation in the Krong No volcanic cave in Dak Nong Province, in t...
Floor mosaic unearthed in ancient Nysa

Floor mosaic unearthed in ancient Nysa

Archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Nysa have uncovered a mosaic floor, which is believed to date back to the fourth century....
Site in Jericho offers clues into burial rites of ancient world

Site in Jericho offers clues into burial rites of ancient world

The transition in burial practice and rites during different phases of the Bronze Age intrigued researchers studying the ancient site of Je...
5,000-year-old baskets, ropes and nets discovered in Oman

5,000-year-old baskets, ropes and nets discovered in Oman

Fossilised baskets, ropes and nets that date back to the early Bronze Age, between 3,100 BCE and 2,700 BCE, have recently been discovered, ...
Discovery of an Early Iron Age tumulus on Anavlochos, Crete

Discovery of an Early Iron Age tumulus on Anavlochos, Crete

As part of a 5-year (2017-2021) programme of systematic excavations on Anavlochos, Crete, an Early Iron Age tumulus was discovered in Augus...
Research finds Aboriginals lived in Western Desert 50,000 years ago

Research finds Aboriginals lived in Western Desert 50,000 years ago

Archaeologists from The University of Western Australia working with Traditional Custodians from the Birriliburru Indigenous Protected Area...
Nomadic hunter-gatherers show that cooperation is flexible, not fixed

Nomadic hunter-gatherers show that cooperation is flexible, not fixed

In the realm of evolutionary biology and survival of the fittest, cooperation is a risky business. Yet humans do it on a scope and a scale ...
Fat from 558 million years ago reveals earliest known animal

Fat from 558 million years ago reveals earliest known animal

Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) and overseas have discovered molecules of fat in an ancient fossil to reveal the e...

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