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Israel Antiquities Authority excavations being carried out on a massive scale in Yavne have uncovered the first evidence there of a building from the Sanhedrin—the supreme legislative Jewish assembly that went into exile in Yavne after the fall of...

Thanks to social media, the Spanish National Police recovered over 400 looted archaeological pieces spanning several historical periods and going as far back as the Bronze Age.Among the recovered pieces are a knife and a halberd from the Bronze Age [...

The return to Greece and the Acropolis Museum of a fragment of the Parthenon frieze from Italy is underway, via the process of long-term borrowing, as announced by the Ministry of Culture.This is the left part of the Block VI, which is completed with...

More than 11,000 illicitly obtained archaeological finds were seized by the Carabinieri of the Palermo Cultural Heritage Protection Unit, in cooperation with the Syracuse Section and the Carabinieri Company Command of Santo Stefano di Camastra.Credit...

Archeologists in Peru working on a site in the outskirts of the capital Lima have unearthed a mummy believed to be between 800 and 1,200 years old—and, surprisingly, bound with rope.

Archaeologists from the University of Gothenburg have concluded an excavation of two tombs in the Bronze Age city of Hala Sultan Tekke in Cyprus. The finds include over 150 human skeletons and close to 500 objects—including gold jewellery, gemstone...

What if Indigenous diets could save our politically and ecologically strained planet? The answer may lie in the success of an ancient civilization high in the Andes Mountains, where not much grows.Quinoa growing on Bolivia’s Taraco Peninsula [Credi...