Archaeology

Ancient ruins of distillery discovered in China

Chinese archaeologists have discovered the ruins of an ancient distillery, the largest of its kind ever found in the country, local authorities said Wednesday. Credit: KKNews The distillery dates back to...

Researchers reveal the secret of the famous Pazyryk carpet

The Pazyryk carpet is the world's oldest example of a knotted-pile carpet and is kept at the State...

Roman blue glass bowl found intact in the Netherlands

It was not Romans who lived at the Winkelsteeg in Nijmegen, but Batavians, the local population. In other...

Oldest known shipwreck found near Dominican Republic

Utah based Deep Blue Marine believes they located the oldest known shipwreck off the coast of the Dominican...

Search for Nefertiti’s tomb begins

Infra-red scanning of King Tutankhamun's tomb could support a British archaeologist's theory that Queen Nefertiti -- or another...

Archaeologists discover Roman wind chime decorated with ‘magical’ phallus in Serbia

Recent excavations in Viminacium have led to an extraordinary discovery. Archaeologists, just as they began researching the city, stumbled upon a unique object known...

Monumental Bronze Age Meeting Hall discovered near tomb of legendary king in Germany

Archaeologists have debunked the notion that the Prignitz is a peripheral region, at least concerning the Bronze Age. It appears that the region was...

Sculpted warrior face emerges at Chichén Itzá

During excavations funded by the Archaeological Zones Improvement Program (Promeza) at the Temple 6 of Maudslay, part of the Casa Colorada complex in Chichén...

Rediscovery of the Ancient Basilica of Ostia

In the outskirts of the archaeological excavations of Ostia Antica, the basilica of Saints Peter, Paul, and John the Baptist has emerged. After thirty...

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,...
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