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The massive European network of Stone Age tunnels that weaves from Scotland to Turkey | Mail Online
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Roman anti-pagan legislation in theory and practice
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Second Piece of Historic Ship Discovered at WTC Site - DNAinfo.com


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The Hindu : Arts / History & Culture : Country's oldest sunken garden discovered

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A NEW PERSPECTIVE: Isa Khan’s garden tomb in the precincts of Humayun’s Tomb World Heritage Site in the Capital can now be considered the earliest example of a sunken garden in India – attached to a tomb – a concept later developed at Akbar’s Tomb and at the Taj Mahal.
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Ancient Graves Reveal When Elderly Gained Power | Age & Archaeology | Society & Aging | LiveScience

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Remains of Ancient Palace Discovered | Ancient Civilizations | MeroŽ & Central Sudan | Ancient Egypt & Archaeology | LiveScience

Click the image to open in full size.Only a small portion of the structure, possibly an ancient palace, has been excavated so far (part of it can be seen in the photo's bottom foreground) in central Sudan beneath another ancient palace. The structure may be the oldest building ever found in the ancient city of MeroŽ.
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Earliest image of Egyptian ruler wearing 'white crown' of royalty brought to light

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Image of the "main scene" etched on wall. (Credit: Image courtesy of Yale University)
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The Scottish Mummies of Cladh Hallan | Archaeology in Marlow

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Mmegi Online :: Hunt for origins of beautiful Tsodilo ritual stones begins

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Spearheads buried near the python stone carving were particularly beautiful and were brought from hundreds of miles away. They have been dated to at least 70,000 years ago.


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The newfound python carved from stone in a cave in the Tsodilo Hills of Botswana contained more than 400 indentations that could have been made only by humans.
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Two new monuments uncovered at Karnak Temple
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