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15

Oct

Archaeologists unearth remains of an Iron Age chariotA set of iron tools were discovered around the ‘find of a lifetime’ chariot, tools that may have been used to care for horses at the time.

Archaeologists unearth remains of an Iron Age chariot
A set of iron tools were discovered around the ‘find of a lifetime’ chariot, tools that may have been used to care for horses at the time.

30

Sep

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10 things over 10,000 years old that you can see for yourself
These historic artifacts make it possible to come face-to-face with ancient times.

13

Apr

Aerial archaeologist finds bittersweet beauty in geological photo surveys
Ever since earning his private pilot license 26 years ago, German photographer Klaus Leidorf has made it his mission to capture a bird’s-eye perspective of the way humans have shaped the world — a study known as aerial archaeology.

07

Nov

Utah’s ‘King of Gore’ dinosaur reveals T. Rex lineage
Researchers think that the various T. Rex species evolved as sea levels rose, isolating the creatures and changing environments.

21

Aug

Does ancient bowl shard have links to the Bible?Israeli archeologists have discovered what remains of a fortification, believed to have been built some 2,700 years ago, that might match up with a story from the Bible.

Does ancient bowl shard have links to the Bible?
Israeli archeologists have discovered what remains of a fortification, believed to have been built some 2,700 years ago, that might match up with a story from the Bible.

15

Aug

Archeologists ditch pick axes, use badgers insteadOne talented digging mammal has unearthed a Medieval burial ground in Germany.

Archeologists ditch pick axes, use badgers instead
One talented digging mammal has unearthed a Medieval burial ground in Germany.

02

Aug

Have archaeologists unearthed a piece of Jesus’ cross?Numerous churches around the world claim to possess a small relic of the wooden cross, but the authenticity of these relics is often in doubt.

Have archaeologists unearthed a piece of Jesus’ cross?
Numerous churches around the world claim to possess a small relic of the wooden cross, but the authenticity of these relics is often in doubt.

10

Jun

Easter Islands’ ‘walking’ stone heads stir controversyIn the past, archaeologists proposed that a lost civilization chopped down all the trees to make paths to roll the megalithic structures.

Easter Islands’ ‘walking’ stone heads stir controversy
In the past, archaeologists proposed that a lost civilization chopped down all the trees to make paths to roll the megalithic structures.

07

Mar

Stone-age skeletons unearthed in Sahara
The grave sites suggests a gender-divided society where women played a critical role.

Stone-age skeletons unearthed in Sahara

The grave sites suggests a gender-divided society where women played a critical role.

04

Dec

New construction timeline revealed for StonehengeThe new dating allows the archaeologists to tie the structure to specific people who lived in the area at the time, likely pig farmers.

New construction timeline revealed for Stonehenge
The new dating allows the archaeologists to tie the structure to specific people who lived in the area at the time, likely pig farmers.