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A wreck off the Sicilian coast offers a rare look into the world of Byzantine commerce... [Read More]
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Long-lost clues to the lives of forgotten New Yorkers are emerging from the sands at Dead Horse Bay... [Read More]
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An ancient city in Germany tells a different story of the Roman conquest... [Read More]
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Was a new regional power, once thought of as a bloodthirsty invading force, actually a catalyst for ancient Egypt's most prosperous era? [Read More]
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The only Maya city with an urban grid may embody a creation myth... [Read More]
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Archaeologists explore the landscape of England's first civil war... [Read More]
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Far above the royal pomp and circumstance, archaeologists unexpectedly discover seven centuries of England's past... [Read More]
Found in the waters off a small Dutch island, a seventeenth-century shipwreck provides an unparalleled view of the golden age of European trade... [Read More]
Archaeologists uncover evidence suggesting rice terraces helped the Ifugao resist Spanish colonization... [Read More]
Tomb paintings hold clues to the ancient Egyptian desire to bring order out of chaos... [Read More]
ARCHAEOLOGY's editors explore the many reasons people have tended the earth... [Read More]
How archaeologists trying to locate the final resting place of Suleiman the Magnificent uncovered the remains of a crucial outpost of the Ottoman Empire... [Read More]
A tale of conflict and adaptation played out in northern England... [Read More]
As a new pipeline cuts its way through the Balkans, archaeologists in Albania are grabbing every opportunity to expose the country's history—from the Neolithic to... [Read More]
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Searching for prehistoric hunting grounds in an unlikely place... [Read More]
ARCHAEOLOGY's editors reveal the year's most compelling finds... [Read More]
Paintings in a Texas canyon may depict mythic narratives that have endured for millennia... [Read More]
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