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Old August 9th, 2011, 10:49 AM   #51

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I am glad you liked it. I brought it up once before, and I believe Satuf brought it up a second time. As we get new members, I definately believe this link should be revisited...just a great amount of items to study here.
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Light shed on South Pole dinosaurs

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This is a cross section of a South Pole dinosaur bone. In the center of the bone marrow cavity are dirt and bone matrix. (Credit: Photo courtesy of Holly Woodward)
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http://www.livescience.com/15420-rem...ral-sudan.html
"...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 is the oldest building ever found in the ancient city of MeroŽ.

Hidden beneath an ancient palace in what is now central Sudan, archaeologists have discovered the oldest building in the city of MeroŽ, a structure that also may have housed royalty.
The capital of a vast empire that flourished around 2,000 years ago, MeroŽ was centered on the Nile River. At its height, the city was controlled by a dynasty of kings who ruled about 900 miles (1,500 kilometers) of territory that stretched from southern EgyptClick the image to open in full size. to areas south of modern-day Khartoum.
People of MeroŽ built palaces and small pyramids, and developed a writing system that scholars still can't fully translate today. Although MeroŽ has been excavated off and on for more than 150 years, archaeologists are not yet clear on how it came to be. The city seems to have emerged out of nowhere...."
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Senior Israeli archaeologist casts doubt on Jewish heritage of Jerusalem

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Roman town of Venta Icenorum site bought for public ownership | Science | The Guardian

Unusual move with English Heritage, National Heritage Memorial Fund and other money helps to preserve buried archaeological site in Norfolk
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Stone Age toe could redraw human family tree - life - 10 August 2011 - New Scientist

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Underwater treasure trove

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Iron Age people gave interiors of dwellings a decorative streak - The Local

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Roman child's remains dug up in Dorchester (From Dorset Echo)

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