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White man's skull has Australians scratching heads
The centuries-old skull of a white man found in Australia is raising questions about whether Captain James Cook really was the first European to land on the country's east coast.
40 Rare and Important Archaeological Finds of all time
"The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there." The past can be both shocking and familiar. It's common to say that human nature never changes - but it's still possible for archa...
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Ladbyskibet - A Viking Chieftain Burial - Viking Denmark...
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Archaeologists find complete suit of Roman armour
Archaeologists have found what is thought to be a full suit of ancient Roman armour, described as being "extremely rare." Roman soldiers were not normally buried in armour.
'Secret' Labyrinth of Tunnels Under Rome Mapped
Ancient quarries under Rome put modern streets and buildings at risk of collapse, with more than 80 events in 2013 so far. Geologists are mapping these quarry systems to prevent more collapses.
Skulls in mass grave at the Shimao Ruins reveal ancient...
ARCHAEOLOGISTS in China have unearthed the skulls of more than 80 young women who may have been sacrificed more than 4000 years ago, state media report.
Could these 1,400-year-old gold figures be evidence of a...
The religious figurines, found in Blekinge, are made from Roman coins and were discovered alongside the ruins of houses suggesting a cult lived in the region.
Viking 'sunstone' more than a myth
Ancient tales of Norse mariners using mysterious sunstones to navigate the ocean when clouds obscured the Sun and stars are more than just legend, according to a study published Wednesday.