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Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity in the past, primarily through the recovery and analysis of the material culture and environmental data that they have left behind,... More
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Archaeologists have known since 1919 that Easter Island's heads have bodies. Did you?
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THE giant stone statues scattered around remote Easter Island are even more impressive than they first appear. Hidden from view, the heads are attached to bodies that extend metres underground.

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Ancient Alignment in the Andes Hints at Lost Global High Culture | Ancient Explorers
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Words by: Dave Truman In the 1970s the Dutch-Peruvian mathematician, Maria Sholten D'Ebneth wrote a book in which she claimed to have discov...

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Ancient Spooning Couple Discovered in Greece | Discovery Blog | Discovery
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Archaeologists digging in Greece stumbled upon a love scene 6,000 years in the making: a man and woman, buried with intertwined arms and legs, as if they were spooning. Experts are still searching for clues as to why the couple was interred...

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Derinkuyu Caves, Turkey BBC World Wonders
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Biz iranlilarin Zerdüşt atalarimiz hatta bugünki Türkiyenin ortasinda yaşamişlar ‫‫نیاکان زرتشتی و آریایی ما ‫ایرانیان حتی در مرکز ترکیه امروزی هم زندگی میکردن. Azer...

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Millions of years old vehicle/sledge tracks; Phrygia Valley, Forbidden Archeology Documentary
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Vehicle tracks fossilised 5 to 23 millions of years ago? Research by Alexander Koltypin, Phrygia Valley, Turkey - Neogene period vehicle/car tracks, new Forbidden Archeology documentary sources: www.dopotopa.com

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Naked ambition: when the Greeks first stripped off | Art and design | The Guardian
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We are so used to nude statues their strangeness escapes us. Was this exposure of the body to do with sex, athletics, war or virtue? James Davidson visits Defining Beauty, the stunning new exhibition of the body in #Greek #art

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2,000-Year-Old Mosaics Discovered In Turkey Before Being Lost To Flooding
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Amazing mosaics dating back 2,000 years discovered in #Turkey just before being lost to flooding.

Posted by phil  (United States)

On ISIS's Path of Ruin, Many Sites of Global Importance
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The extremist group is pursuing an... #ISIS

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World's Oldest Pretzel Found in Germany : Discovery News
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The baked goods were totally carbonized, which is why they have been preserved for some 250 years. Continue reading →

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Lost Egyptian City Found After 1,200 Years
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The ancient #Egyptian city of #Heracleion was once a legend, something known to modern man only by myth and ancient historians. So when its ruins were discovered by French underwater #archaeologist Franck Goddio in 2000, no one was expecting t...

Posted by phil  (United States)

US tourists caught carving names into Rome’s Colosseum | World news | The Guardian
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Californians, aged 21 and 25, break away from tour group to scratch their initials into ancient #amphitheatre, where defacing walls is strictly forbidden

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Oregon’s “Tantalizing” Evidence of Human Occupation- Archaeology Magazine
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Near the Rimrock Draw Rockshelter, beneath a layer of ash from an eruption of Mt. St. Helens some 15,800 years ago, archaeologists have found a tool made of orange agate thought to have been used for scraping animal hides, butchering, and possibly even carving wood. “The discovery of this tool below a layer of undisturbed ash that dates to 15,800 years old means that this tool is likely more than 15,800 years old, which would suggest the oldest human occupation west of the Rockies,” said...

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Pharaoh of "Lost Dynasty" Died Brutal Death, Forensic Study Reveals
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Forgotten #pharaoh may have been earliest Egyptian ruler to die in battle. #Egypt

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Archeologists Uncover Genghis Khan’s Lost Mongolian Fortress | IFLScience
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#GenghisKhan, born as Temujin in 1162, became one of the greatest military leaders of all time by building and ruling the #Mongol Empire. At the time of his death, he ruled from the eastern stretches of #Asia to as far west as Russia. A team... #Archaeology

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Long-Lost City Discovered Deep Within Honduras Rainforest | IFLScience
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The first archaeological expedition to a lost ancient city in eastern #Honduras has returned with exciting new discoveries. The explorers have come back with a treasure trove of images, yet have barely scratched the surface of what the c...

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Parisians carry on shopping as mass graves are exhumed below their feet | World news | The Guardian
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Archaeologists unearth hundreds of carefully lain skeletons underneath Monoprix supermarket where medieval hospital once stood... #Paris

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ISIS Smashes Priceless, Ancient Statues in Iraq
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Islamic militants have destroyed priceless statues in #Iraq. What was lost, and why is it important? #ISIS #MiddleEast #terrorism #Ruins #Archeology

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Embracing Stone Age Couple Found in Greek Cave
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Rare double burials discovered at one of the largest #Neolithic burial sites in Europe.

Posted by tom  (United States)

 
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