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When the water levels were lowered in an eastern China reservoir due to a renovation project, no one was expecting to find a 600-year-old Buddha statue.  SEE ALSO: Study makes new claims about world's oldest human civilization A local villager i...

A total of 12 bone lamellae of crocodile were discovered in the Ruins of Haojing, which was part of the capital of the Western Zhou Dynasty (1066-770 BCE), in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, according to the news released on January 11th by Shaanxi Provinci...

The timing of the first entry of humans into North America across the Bering Strait has now been set back 10,000 years. This horse mandible from Cave 2 shows a number of cut marks on the lingual surface. They show the animal’s  tongue was cut...

“A historic water canal has been recently discovered in Isfahan,” announced Alamdar Alian, the head of Archaeology Department of Isfahan Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization. A large, complicated underground water network has...

Thousands of Victorian jam jars and pickle pots have been discovered beneath a former nightclub during the building of Crossrail, it has emerged. Marmalade was one of the condiments produced in the factory by Crosse & Blackwell  [Credit: Cr...

Bronze and porcelain are among the items unearthed in an ancient tomb that had recently been discovered along the Jingmen section of the Menghua Railway in Central China's Hubei province. Archaeologists work at the site of an ancient tomb in Jingmen...

A set of surgical instruments made of bronze and iron has been discovered by researchers from the Institute of Archaeology of the Jagiellonian University in a room in more than two thousand years old destroyed portico in Nea Paphos in Cyprus. The res...