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Nearly 800 archeological finds stolen from Italy, returned
Italy said it recovered from a Belgian collector hundreds of illegally gathered archeological finds dating as far back as the sixth century BCE, worth 11 million euros.
Hamedan home to largest archeological hills in Iran
Iranica Desk The Hegmataneh Hill is one of the largest archeological mounds in Iran, located in Hamedan Province, western Iran. Built in the 8th century BCE, Hegmataneh, also known as Ecbatana, which means ‘the place for convention’, was designated the capital of the Median Empire, IRIB News reported.
Iran ready to share experiences with Pakistan to restore archeological sites
Tehran is ready to exchange experiences with Pakistan for conservation and restoration of archeological sites in the country, said the director of the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran, or Khana-e-Farhang in Lahore, Jafar Ronas.
Archeological finds show 'lions once roamed' London and ‘hippos swam in Thames'
London was once home to a number of exotic animals — including lions, hippos and elephants — according to experts who uncovered remains and plotted Britain's climate history.
5,000-year-old archeological discovery in Spain’s Malaga
Experts carrying out an archeological excavation of a 5,000-year-old site in Casabermeja, Malaga, Spain, have discovered the area may have been used as a necropolis.
Egypt makes 'major discoveries' at Saqqara archeological site
Egypt announced the discovery of a new trove of treasures at the Saqqara necropolis south of Cairo, including an ancient funerary temple.
Mystery structure found during archeological dig in Istanbul's Haydarpaşa
Archeologists have uncovered the ruins of a marble structure during an excavation in Istanbul's Kadıköy district on the Asian side. While the site's architecture does not lend any clues to its function, archeologists believe it was considered a sacred place. Mass graves were also found during the excavations.
Groundbreaking archeological finds in Scotland recognized as best of the year
Archeological discoveries in the north and northeast Scotland have been recognized as some of the most groundbreaking findings of the year.
British gardeners hitting archeological jackpot during quarantine
The English appear to have developed a green thumb for archeological treasures while in quarantine.

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