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An ancient Mesopotamia clay tablet, on display at the British Museum, is said to contain specifications for an Ark, which was said to have saved two of each animal - and a handful of humans - from a catastrophic flood.
Heaving flooding south of Naples exposes Roman ruins near Pompeii.
Punjab officials say teaching archaeology is the key to preserving historical heritage sites of the Potohar region.
Civil War artifacts uncovered in pits used to shelter Union POWs from South Carolina winter.
A new study says climate change, not Paleoindians, killed off the massive mammals that roamed North America thousands of years ago.
Archaeologists in Rome believe they’ve uncovered the oldest known Roman Temple.
Ancient Teeth Help Scientists Decode Plague
Achaemenid Inscription Found in Iran’s Perspolis
Old manuscripts get face-lift at Jerusalem mosque
Examination of Olmec offering from La Venta
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