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The Archaeology News Network is a news website providing all the latest developments in archaeology and related disciplines from around the world.



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Eight stone courses of the Western Wall that had been buried under an 8-meter layer of earth were recently uncovered in excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Western Wall Tunnels in Jerusalem.  These stone courses, com...

Parts of a temple to Pharaoh Ramses II (1213-1279 BC), along with reliefs of solar deities, have been uncovered by an Egyptian-Czech mission during excavation work in Abusir necropolis in the the governorate of Giza. The newly uncovered temple in Ab...

Fanged kangaroos – an extinct family of small fanged Australian kangaroos – might have survived at least five million years longer than previously thought. Balbaroo fangaroo, a fanged kangaroo from the Riverlseigh World Heritage Area  [Cred...

Greece cannot hope to benefit from EU cultural repatriation rules to get back the Parthenon Marbles from Britain in the event of Brexit, the European Commission said Thursday. A section of the marble frieze from the Parthenon which was hacked off th...

Five sculptures of gods and goddesses have been found in the sanctuary of Mēn Askaenos in the ancient city of Pisidia Antiokheia in Turkey. AA PhotoExcavations close to the ancient city, located in the southern province of Isparta’s Yalvaç distr...

Saudi international missions operating in the Tabuk region under the supervision of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) have discovered a large number of stone tools, rock art and architectural structures at three sites in t...

A team of archaeologists headed by Maya Martinova is beginning work on excavations of the Eastern Gate of Philippopolis site in Bulgaria’s second-largest city Plovdiv, following a Cabinet decision in August 2017 giving the municipality the right to...