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BBC News - Ancient dog skull unearthed in Siberia

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BBC News - More 'medieval' skeletons found in Kempsey

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Mariemont serpent mound could be world's largest | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com
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Inuit remains to return home - Nfld. & Labrador - CBC News
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Archaeologists Hope to Solve Ancient Mystery | Places | English

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Aerial view of Dionisio Point where archaeologists are examining why nomads in the area settled into village life
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Early Human Ancestors were at Home on the African Savanna | Popular Archaeology - exploring the past

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Police confiscate artifacts from Grand Bazaar, including ancient copy of Quran
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Elephants as Enemies in Ancient Rome
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BBC News - Is this Captain Henry Morgan's ship hull?

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A team of underwater archaeologists study the wreckage of a ship they believe to be part of Captain Henry Morgan's lost fleet. The dive team discovered part of the starboard side of a 17th-century wooden ship hull and a series of unopened cargo boxes and chests encrusted in coral.
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