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Large amounts of flour residue discovered in 3,000 years old building in Metsamor, Armenia

Large amounts of flour residue from 3,000 years ago have been discovered by a Polish-Armenian team of archaeologists working in Metsamor, Armenia. The discovery...

Polish-Armenian team discovers 3,200-year-old ‘golden tomb’

A Polish-Armenian team of archaeologists have uncovered a ‘golden tomb’ during excavations in Metsamor, Armenia. The team were exploring a grave of two people, probably...

New analysis of obsidian blades reveals dynamic Neolithic social networks

An analysis of obsidian artifacts excavated during the 1960s at two prominent archaeological sites in southwestern Iran suggests that the networks Neolithic people formed...

The thread to the needle: How our ancestors used the native flora

Under the aegis of the University of Oslo, an international research team has extracted and analyzed plant DNA from the sediments of the Armenian...

Easternmost Roman aqueduct discovered in Armenia

Archaeologists from the University of Münster and the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia have discovered remains of a Roman arched...

‘Nero: the man behind the myth’ at the British Museum

Nero: the man behind the myth will explore the true story of Rome's fifth emperor informed by new research and archaeological evidence from the...