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Archaeologists found a Phoenician family grave at Achziv

Archaeologists found a Phoenician family grave at Achziv

Phoenician family tomb discovered in Israel. Archaeologists have discovered the remains of an entire Phoenician family buried together in a tomb in Achziv, an ancient population center on the Mediterranean coast near the northern city Nahariya.

Ruins of 1500-year-old Mayan Palace discovered in Mexico

Ruins of 1500-year-old Mayan Palace discovered in Mexico

37 kilometers southeast of the city of Tizimin in Yucatan, Kulubá is located. It is quite an interesting Mayan archaeological site since everyday something new shows up. The name Kulubá, according to the Maya language specialist William Brito…

57 ancient tombs discovered in China

57 ancient tombs discovered in China

Archaeological items have been found in 57 ancient tombs in south China's Guangdong Province, a local cultural heritage and archaeology institute explained.

Earliest fossil evidence of parental behaviour discovers

Earliest fossil evidence of parental behaviour discovers

Varanopid from the Carboniferous of Nova Scotia reveals evidence of parental care in amniotes: The specimen, consisting of an adult and associated conspecific juvenile, is also identified as a varanopid suggesting parental care is more deeply rooted…

Calanais Stones were constructed with astrological phenomena

Calanais Stones were constructed with astrological phenomena

Commonly, an archaeological monument or series of monuments is identified but little is known about the surrounding areas and, in particular, the palaeo-landscapes within which the monuments are located. This situation is exemplified by the standing…

Statistical reliability analysis for Roman emperors

Statistical reliability analysis for Roman emperors

When statistically modelled, the length of time from the beginning of their reign until their death followed a set pattern, similar to that seen in reliability engineering, interdisciplinary research by Dr. Joseph Saleh, an Aerospace Engineer from…

Birch bark tar was used in early medieval England

Birch bark tar was used in early medieval England

Was the birch bark tar continuity of tradition or technological revival? Scientists from the University of Bristol and the British Museum, in collaboration with Oxford Archaeology East and Canterbury Archaeological Trust, have, for the first time,…

Theres so much more to discover for origin story of human

There's so much more to discover for origin story of human

Joshua Akey, a professor in the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, uses a research method he calls genetic archaeology to transform how we’re learning about our past. Fossil evidence illustrates the spread of two long-extinct hominin…