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Levänluhta jewellery links Finland to a European exchange network

Levänluhta jewellery links Finland to a European exchange network

The Levänluhta water burial site, dating back to the Iron Age (300-800 CE), is one of Finland's most famous archaeological sites. Nearl...
Bronze Age mace head discovered in Poland

Bronze Age mace head discovered in Poland

The first ever object from the Bronze Age belonging to a culture not already living locally has been found in Poland. Credit: Zawiadowc...
Road leading to Anatolia’s largest ancient stadium soon to be unearthed

Road leading to Anatolia’s largest ancient stadium soon to be unearthed

An ancient road that leads to the largest ancient stadium in Anatolia, which can accommodate nearly 30,000 people, will soon be unearthed t...
Byzantine-era pottery kilns revealed during works in northern Greece

Byzantine-era pottery kilns revealed during works in northern Greece

Two well-preserved kilns of the Byzantine era were discovered in the area Gratsani in Kozani, northern Greece, during works for the constru...
Wadi Hammeh, one of the largest repertoires of Natufian art

Wadi Hammeh, one of the largest repertoires of Natufian art

Wadi Hammeh 27, located 2 kilometres north of Pella, represents one of the largest and most complex Natufian base-camps in the southern Lev...
Mochica elite's last woman unearthed in Lambayeque

Mochica elite's last woman unearthed in Lambayeque

A burial chamber of the last woman in the Mochica elite has been recently unveiled at Huaca Santa Rosa de Pucala archaeological site in nor...
Unusual Roman wooden arm found during Northamptonshire excavation

Unusual Roman wooden arm found during Northamptonshire excavation

During OA East's most recent excavations at Warth Park, in Raunds, Northamptonshire, a very surprising discovery was made, in the form ...
Germany returns ancient Roman bust to Italy

Germany returns ancient Roman bust to Italy

The marble bust of a Roman youth was returned to Italy this week for the first time since it was smuggled out over 50 years ago. Credit...
2,700-year-old watchtower discovered in southern Israel

2,700-year-old watchtower discovered in southern Israel

A 2,700-year-old watchtower was discovered at a military base in southern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority said Wednesday. The ...
Archaeologists unearth 9,000-year-old site in Vietnam

Archaeologists unearth 9,000-year-old site in Vietnam

Archaeologists from the Vietnam Archaeology Institute and Bac Kan Museum have unearthed ancient artefacts on karst mountains in Ba Be distr...
First Australians may have arrived in large groups using complex technologies

First Australians may have arrived in large groups using complex technologies

New insights into how people first arrived in Australia have been revealed by a group of experts brought together to investigate the contin...
Y chromosomes reveal population boom and bust in ancient Japan

Y chromosomes reveal population boom and bust in ancient Japan

Researchers at the University of Tokyo conducted a census of the Japanese population around 2,500 years ago using the Y chromosomes of men ...

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