"Archaeology" Blogs & Blog Posts

Ancient DiggerAncient Digger

Learning from the past while digging in the present. A journal and educatio...

 
The Archaeology News NetworkThe Archaeology News Network

The Archaeology News Network is a news website providing all the latest dev...

 
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The TravelSphere is a new travel site introducing readers to the more uniqu...

 
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Archaeological news from Europe

 


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On Tuesday, a new McDonald's restaurant opened in Italy with one added extra that wasn't on the menu: an ancient Roman road, complete with three skeletons. Roman road with cast of skeleton in original grave location  [Credit: Cinque Quotidiano]...

Archaeologists working at the site of Omrit in northern Israel have uncovered a Roman house dating back around 1,900 years. The 1,900-year-old house containing scenes of nature is part of a much larger archaeological site called Omrit  [Credit:...

Harvard University to conduct DNA study on Lady of Cao - Peru this WeekArchaeologist Regulo Franco Jordán announced that specialists from Harvard University began conducting a DNA study of the Lady of Cao, a woman consi...

The discovery of four graves from the 11th century site Yur-Yakha III are unlike anything else seen from this era in Yamal, say scientists. Two of the dead were young women aged around 18 to 20 and all had 'serious diseases'. Archaeologists from the...

A thousand years ago, for reasons we will never know, the residents of a tiny farmstead on the coast of central Norway filled an old well with dirt. The toy boat had a hole in the middle where a mast could have been stepped, allowing a child to sail...

Photo taken by Agatha ChristieAgatha Christie had little-known role in ancient Nimrud | The Times of IsraelThe British mystery writer’s second husband, Max Mallowan, was an archaeologist — respected in his field, but with nowhere near the renown...

Customs authorities at the Allenby Crossing between Jordan and Israel foiled on Sunday an attempt to smuggle Roman and Mamluk period coins into Israel. Some of the smuggled coins [Credit: Alleby Customs Authority]The smuggler, a resident of the Pale...