Archaeology Weekly Roundup! 6/13/14

Posted in: Archaeology in the News, ASOR
Tags: Archaeology, artifacts, ASOR, Cycladic, Egyptian, Germany, Greece, Hastings, israel, museum, News, Otuzco, Researchers, weekly roundup
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If you missed anything from the ASOR Facebook or Twitter pages this week, don’t worry. We’ve rounded up some of this week’s archaeology news into one convenient post. If we missed any major archaeological stories from this week, feel free to let us know in the comment section!

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  • Archaeologists to return to Battle of Hastings site for major dig to preserve remaining artifacts.

  • Peru to improve Otuzco archaeological site for tourism.

  • Twelve ancient Egyptian artifacts recovered in London after court win.2014-635380980036101893-610
  • Ancient Mayan Altars, Sculpted Artwork Discovered in Guatemala. 

  • 2,300-year-old tomb with a corpse and daggers found in Sinaw.

  • Two early Cycladic artifacts returned to Greece from Germany. 

  • An exhibition at the Israel Museum brings a dozen of the world’s earliest known masks together for the first time.

  • 2,000-year-old tweezers has been found during an archaeological dig at a Roman villa in Leicester.

  • Researchers say the human face evolved from a violent past.

  • US Navy Dive Will Explore World War II-Era Shipwreck.

  • Archaeologists plan to reconstruct ancient society of Burnt City.

  • Eleventh dynasty tomb discovered in Luxor.

  • Archaeologists find ketchup, fishy condiments, beer and radio remains at World War II Prisoner of War camp.

  • Puget Sound anchor might be from 1792 expedition.

  • Ancient Love Inscriptions in Astypalea.

  • North Berstead warrior burial, Bognor Regis.

  • ‘Incredibly important’ medieval find at Llanllyr, Ceredigion.



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