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Old August 19th, 2011, 01:22 PM   #102

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Archaeology: Children found sacrificed in pre-Incan ritual - Story - Environment/Sci - 3 News
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Ancient Dog Skull Shows Early Pet Domestication
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The skull of the fossil dog found in Siberia.
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Daily Journal - German researchers: toxic substance in flask belonging to ancient Egypt's Hatshepsut


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A scientist at the university of Bonn displays a flask in Bonn, Germany, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. The university says researchers have discovered a carcinogenic substance in the flask believed to have belonged to Queen Hatshepsut, who ruled Egypt 3,500 years ago. The scientists spent two years researching the dried-out contents of the flask, which is part of its Egyptian Museum's collection and bears an inscription saying it belonged to Hatshepshut. (AP Photo/dapd, Sascha Schuermann)
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Ancient Egyptians believed in coiffure after death - life - 18 August 2011 - New Scientist

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Excavations in Kenya Shedding Light on Early Human Toolmaking and Habitat | Popular Archaeology - exploring the past

Kenya is yielding new clues about the lives and habitat of early humans.
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Black Death study lets rats off the hook | World news | The Guardian

Click the image to open in full size. Bubonic plague victims of 14th century London, uncovered in the 1980s in an excavation at the Old Royal Mint. Photograph: Rex Features
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Ancient Roman Ship Discovered off Albanian Coast :: Balkan Insight
Click the image to open in full size. Relict of ancient ship found off Albanian coast | Photo courtesy of RPM Nautical Foundation
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Ancient Roman Jar Riddled with Mystery | Roman Britain Artifacts & Museum of Ontario Archaeology | Archaeological Digs | LiveScience

Click the image to open in full size.This ancient jar is full of holes, including one at its base; though scientists have no idea what it was used for, they believe it dates back 1,800 years to Roman Britain.
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