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Archeologists studying new type of Egyptian mummy they've never encountered
A mummy that dates back more than 3,000 years is puzzling archeologists because it was prepared in a way that nobody has ever seen before, revealing new insights into the death rituals of ancient Egyptians.
Archeologists unearth Bronze Age graves at England’s Stonehenge tunnel site
Bronze Age graves, Neolithic pottery and the vestiges of a mysterious C-shaped enclosure that might have been a prehistoric industrial area are among the finds unearthed by archeologists who have carried out preliminary work on the site of the proposed new road tunnel at Stonehenge.
Archeologists uncover ‘find of the century’ medieval burial site in Cambridge
Archeologists have uncovered a medieval burial site in Cambridge that has been described as the “find of the century” by experts.
Archeologists to excavate ancient beach at Herculaneum in Italy
Archeologists are to excavate an ancient beach at Herculaneum, Campania, Italy, the ancient Roman town that along with Pompeii was partially destroyed and entombed by the eruption of Mt Vesuvius nearly 2,000 years ago.
Archeologists find chocolate at Chaco Culture National Historical Park in US
Chocolate had a place of honor for the historic residents of Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico, the US. Until recently, though, the cacao bean’s importance to the Chacoans was unknown to archeologists.
Archeologists discover medieval treasure hoard in central Hungary
Archeologists conducting a rescue excavation in the village and commune of Újlengye, in the Pest County of Central Hungary, Hungary, have unearthed over 7,000 medieval and Roman coins.
Turkish archeologists discover ancient Egyptian seal
Turkish archeologists have unearthed a seal belonging to ancient Egypt in a Black Sea city called Comana Potica, which dates back thousands of years.
Archeologists discover 66 Roman military camps in Spain
Using different remote sensing techniques and open access datasets (mainly aerial photography, satellite imagery, and airborne LiDAR), an international team of archeologists has discovered 66 Roman military sites of different sizes — used for training and shelter — in the northern fringe of the River Duero basin in León, Palencia, Burgos and Cantabria provinces of Spain.
Archeologists discover secrets of Indus Civilization diets
Archeologists are closer to understanding the diets of the people of the ancient Indus Civilization after new research found fatty residues in ceramic vessels, indicating an abundant use of animal products.
Archeologists find Britain’s only 5th century Roman mosaic
Archeologists conducting excavations at Chedworth Roman Villa in Gloucestershire, England, have discovered the first known Roman mosaic that dates from the 5th century CE.
Archeologists discover eight ancient graves in Greece
According to the Greek Ministry of Culture, archeologists excavating a site in Ilia, a region in the western Peloponnese, recently discovered eight ancient graves spanning from the second to the fourth century BCE.
South Korean archeologists discover 900-year-old lost treasure under sea
An amazing video shows South Korean archeologists discover a heavy slipway used for Chinese merchant ships about 900 years ago along with a bounty of ancient coins and ceramic artifacts.
Archeologists discover Viking ship burial in Norway
Archeologists conducting a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) study of an Iron Age funerary mound have discovered evidence of a previously unknown Viking ship burial in Gjellestad, Norway.
Archeologists discover treasure trove of metal artifacts in Poland
Archeologists excavating in the village of Poniatach Wielkie, within the Pułtusk County, Masovian Voivodeship, of east-central Poland have discovered hundreds of metal objects that date from the 11th/12th-13th centuries.
Archeologists from Dublin, York team up to explore a shared Viking past
“Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, and York, a city in northeast England, are by the far the most important Viking towns in Western Europe,” said Glasgow University archeology lecturer Stephen Harrison.

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