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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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An Iron Age skeleton with his hands bound has been discovered by HS2 project archaeologists, who believe he may be a murder victim. The skeleton was found with its hands tied together during HS2 works in Buckinghamshire [Credit: Infra Archaeology/H...

In 1931, the renowned British archaeologist Sir Marc Aurel Stein (1862 – 1943) surveyed Tepe Gariran in western Iran along with several others across the ancient land. His views were published in November 1969 in a book titled “Old Routes of West...

Recently published photos of an excavation site in the Sultanahmet District of Istanbul reveals a hidden church and holy spring dating back to the days of the Byzantine Empire. Credit: The Byzantine LegacyThe site is located on Amiral Tadfil Street...

A team of Inrap archaeologists is currently carrying out an excavation in Autun - the ancient Augustodunum - in collaboration with the Archaeological Service of the town of Autun. The excavation concerns a necropolis located near the early Christian...

A large Ionic sandstone capital and two rectangular blocks was found inside a large circular well in the urban area of Gela, in Via Sabello, during the excavation work for the laying of electrical cables conducted under the archaeological supervision...

The evolution of human teeth began among ancient armored fishes more than 400 million years ago. In the scientific journal Science, an international team led by researchers from Uppsala University presents groundbreaking findings about these earliest...

The works to extend the Athens metro Line 3 towards Piraeus has included large-scale salvage excavations by archaeologists to depths unusual for such projects, with associated finds that include rare wooden remains from homes and even tree branches o...