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Old January 23rd, 2012, 07:35 PM   #911

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The Press Association: 'Time capsuals' history challenge
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In 2005, scientists unearthed three preserved bodies underneath two Bronze Age roundhouses in South Uist, Hebrides, Scotland. The bodies date to between 1300 and 1500 B.C. Arranged stones marked the graves, which surprisingly were located right inside the entrances to the homes.
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BUILDING BLOCKS Hundreds of bricks stamped "Konstans," made in Constantinople starting in the fifth century, were found at Bathonea.
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Archaeologist defends Hang Tuah?s existence | BorneoPost Online | Borneo , Malaysia, Sarawak Daily News

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Archaeology:Greece,the 10 most important discoveries of 2011 - Culture - ANSAMed.it

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Oldest Dinosaur 'Nursery' Discovered -- Science & Technology -- Sott.net
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This is a close-up of an embryonic skeleton of the dinosaur Massospondylus from a clutch of eggs at the 190-million-year-old nesting site found in the Golden Gate Highlands National Park in South Africa. The head was pushed out of the egg after death, probably because of gases produced by decay
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Mexican Archaeologists Discover Kiln More Than 1,300 Years Old



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Archaeologists hypothesize that the oven dates from the early years of occupation of pre-Columbian site (650 - 900 AD), ie it's more than 1,300 years.
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from the "winged" article --- perhaps they were trying out a "new" architect -- ??????
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