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Byzantine swords unearthed at the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem

During urban redevelopment work west of the Jaffa Gate,...

New discovery in San Casciano: A marble Apollo emerges from the water

Following the awe-inspiring bronze findings, a monumental statue standing...

Significant discoveries made at the Claterna Archaeological Site in northern Italy

The archaeological investigations at the ancient Roman city of...

Sculpted warrior face emerges at Chichén Itzá

During excavations funded by the Archaeological Zones Improvement Program...

Rediscovery of the Ancient Basilica of Ostia

In the outskirts of the archaeological excavations of Ostia...

Exciting discoveries continue in the Late Antique Market Area of Aquileia

A team from the University of Verona - Department...

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Unveiling a 2nd century AD complex in central Athens

As part of the "Reconstruction-Formation of Queen Olga Avenue in Athens" project, rescue excavations have brought to light a complex dating back to the...

Exciting discoveries continue in the Late Antique Market Area of Aquileia

A team from the University of Verona - Department of Cultures and Civilizations, under the direction of Patrizia Basso in collaboration with Diana Dobreva,...

Cultural artifacts serve as ‘cognitive fossils,’ helping uncover the psychology of the past

No two societies in history think exactly alike. In fact, the mindset of a given society throughout history can help historians unpack important clues...

Why a surprising discovery, warming seas and the demise of the ‘Meg’ may spell trouble for more and more sharks

Some unexpected shark strandings and subsequent surprises following autopsies have, ironically, taken marine biologists millions of years back in time as they look to...

Research transforms understanding of the history of cats in Europe

An international team of researchers has found new archaeological and genetic evidence which transforms our understanding of the history of cats in Europe. Domestic...

Mini temples discovered in the Roman Camp of Haltern, Germany

Archaeologists from the Westphalia-Lippe Regional Association (LWL) have uncovered the foundation remains of two small Roman temples and a sacrificial pit on the site...