Archaeology In The News

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Recent news and a parable from the world of archaeology.

 

  • Australopithecus afarensis metatarsal shows evidence of upright walking.
  • Despite previous claim, tomb of Maya in Egypt undamaged.
  • Roman statues from Severan dynasty uncovered.
  • Voynich Manuscript dated.
  • Sunken Nantucket whaling ship found in Hawaii.
  • Statues missing from Cairo Museum.
  • Tell el-Hammam survived climatological disaster.
  • Ancient Egyptian prosthetics
  • 2,000 year old Roman child’s footprints uncovered in England
  • Manchu Picchu terraces restored and reopened to public
  • Did the first cities grow from marshes?
  • Givat Ha’Aralot: An Archaeological Parable
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