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United Kingdom, Europe
The palace was discovered by using geophysical x-ray technology to map a long-vanished city which has lain under grass for more than 700 years.
The Independent
 | Archaeology
December 04, 2014
Indonesia, Asia
Homo erectus on Java was already using shells of freshwater mussels as tools half a million years ago.
Universiteit Leiden
 | Archaeology
December 04, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
New research of Richard III's body found under a parking lot calls into question England's most salacious royal dynasty.
The Daily Beast
 | Archaeology
December 03, 2014
Lebanon, Africa
Its weight is estimated at a daunting 1,650 tons. Obviously, they wonder by what means the Roman builders had to transport it.
IO9
 | Archaeology
December 01, 2014
France, Europe
The precious relic is a magnificent example of Palaeolithic art and is one of only 15 other similar figures found in France.
Ancient Origin
 | Archaeology
November 29, 2014
United States, North America
The research provides evidence that the milk of various animals has been consumed by human populations for at least 5,000 years.
Phys
 | Archaeology
November 28, 2014
Canada, North America
These dinosaurs roamed western North America towards the end of the Cretaceous Period, about 75 million years ago.
CTV News
 | Archaeology
November 27, 2014
Denmark, Europe
The 5,500-year-old Neolithic axe was found during archaeological surveys ahead of a multi-billion euro tunnel project.
BBC
 | Archaeology
November 27, 2014
Spain, Europe
The network also includes elaborate hydraulics systems of channels, reservoirs and river diversions to supply water to the gold mines.
Egypt, Africa, United States, North America
Egyptologist Anne Austin is creating a detailed picture of care and medicine in the ancient world.
Stanford News
 | Archaeology
November 25, 2014
World, Armenia, Europe, Slovenia, Germany, Greece, United Kingdom, United States, North America
From a royal soccer ball to a very old book, see humanity's history of innovation in ten amazing everyday objects.
Smithsonian
 | Archaeology
November 24, 2014
Turkey, Europe
The mosaics are constructed of boldly colored glass and are being covered for protection until excavation is complete.
Laughing Squid
 | Archaeology
November 24, 2014
Cambodia, Asia
If they had not been buried deep into the ground, they would have been cut off, looted and sold.
The Phnom Penh Post
 | Archaeology
November 22, 2014
China, Asia
Technology yields new insight into how the emperor produced an army for eternity.
National Geographic
 | Archaeology
November 18, 2014
World, Turkey, Chile, Ireland, Russia, Europe, United States, North America, South America, Asia, Iraq, Middle East, Germany
Some relics of our past are so mysterious that they may lead us to rewrite our history books.
Listverse
 | Archaeology
November 11, 2014
China, Asia
The Cartorhynchus lenticarpus was adapted for both land and sea.
National Geographic
 | Archaeology
November 10, 2014
Middle East, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Egypt, Pakistan, Israel, Lebanon, Asia, Africa
It's an irony that a region blessed with the gems of civilization is the most troubled by conflict.
CNN
 | Archaeology
November 09, 2014
Colombia, South America
The archaeological site is the biggest settlement ever found in Colombia.
Colombia Reports
 | Archaeology
November 08, 2014
United States, North America
Noah Cordle was boogie boarding in New Jersey when he came upon an the 14,000-year-old hunting tool.
Smithsonian
 | Archaeology
November 06, 2014
Egypt, Africa, Middle East
The unearthed blocks belong to a huge temple from the reign of King Tuthmose III.
Ahram Online
 | Archaeology
November 05, 2014
Jordan, Asia, Middle East
The larger ones would have required an architect who walked in a circle with a long rope.
The Independent
 | Archaeology
November 02, 2014
Mexico, North America
Over 50,000 artifacts have been found in the 1,800-year-old underground network.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
November 01, 2014
Peru, South America
Stylistically consistent, technically superlative, and monumental architecture.
Fertur Peru Travel
 | Archaeology
October 31, 2014
United States, North America
The finding supports the hypothesis that Earhart could have survived shortly on a Pacific atoll.
History
 | Archaeology
October 31, 2014
Antarctica
The notebook was found outside Scott's Terra Nova base during last summer's ice melt.
ABC News
 | Archaeology
October 30, 2014
Greece, Europe
Scholars may finally be about to solve one of archaeology's most famous mysteries.
Ancient Origins
 | Archaeology
October 29, 2014
Peru, South America
Another breakthrough into the mystery of the ancient world. It's getting stranger every day.
Ancient Origins
 | Archaeology
October 27, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
Maps are more than a measure of space; they're also records of our guidance throughout history.
Wired
 | Archaeology
October 26, 2014
United States, North America
Here's a hint: it was used in a cult movie featuring Charlton Heston.
Discovery
 | Archaeology
October 23, 2014
Oceania
The mystery of Easter Island now extends to its 1,920 km distant neighbor island.
WNDR
 | Archaeology
October 20, 2014
Indonesia, Asia
Human history is being redefined again... how far will it get?
Smithsonian
 | Archaeology
October 14, 2014
Greece, Europe
Archeologists have new hopes of re-exploring the ancient Greek luxury ship.
WHOI
 | Archaeology
October 12, 2014
United Kingdom
Archeologists aren't only baffled by its origins; the size of the site makes no exception.
Ancient Origins
 | Archaeology
October 02, 2014
Kazakhstan, Asia
After Peru and the Middle East, those strange carvings could be just anywhere.
Discovery
 | Archaeology
September 25, 2014
Morocco, Africa
A sea monster much more threatening than the great white shark.
National Geographic
 | Archaeology
September 22, 2014
Canada, North America
But the hunt is not over. Now they must find the second one.
The Guardian
 | Archaeology
September 11, 2014
India, Asia
Located close to the original site, classes have begun again at the historic campus.
Ancient Origins
 | Archaeology
September 06, 2014
Argentina, South America
Named 'Fearing Nothing' , the creature was larger than seven bull elephants combined.
Mashable
 | Archaeology
September 05, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
Neanderthal bones rest in a cave in Gibraltar where a cross-hatched carving was found.
National Geographic
 | Archaeology
September 05, 2014
Guatemala, North America
National Geographic wants to explore the site with hopes of a large-scale excavation.
Ancient Origins
 | Archaeology
August 31, 2014
Croatia, Europe
Maybe our ancestors enjoyed a freshly oven baked pizza just like we do today.
Ancient Origins
 | Archaeology
August 28, 2014
Egypt, Africa
As if they weren't old enough already, Egyptian mummies are still holding secrets.
Reuters
 | Archaeology
August 18, 2014

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