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A Roman perfume shop and an ancient Visigoth burial site have been uncovered in Spain. The skeleton of a woman from a nomadic Gothic tribe was also discovered by archaeologists, which could be an isolated burial or part of a wider grave system. The...

Classical scholars from the Cluster of Excellence "Religion and Politics" of the University of Münster discovered a large number of sealings in south-east Turkey. Sealings from the archive of Doliche [Credit: Asia Minor Research Centre]"This unique...

Remains of the Neolithic Age, about 4,500 to 5,300 years ago, were discovered at Luojiaba site in Sichuan province, said the archaeologists on Wednesday. This makes Luojiaba a Neolithic Age site with the largest and oldest collection at the Jialing R...

Gallo-Roman remains are numerous in Portbail, located in north-western France. They bear witness to the occupation of the town in the first two centuries AD and each new construction site provides an opportunity to see the city and its significance a...

The discovery of the small object has spurred big questions about how people in Medieval Oslo used written language – in this case, runes. The top has five distinct runes, where the last one is broken, and rune 2 is slightly weaker than the others...

A domus belonging to a powerful Etruscan family, a fire which occurred in the first twenty years of the first century BC and the bloody fratricidal war between Marius and Sulla for the domination of Italy. View of the Domus dei dolia from the hill b...

Roman history has emerged from the sea of Salento. In San Cataldo, a few kilometers from Lecce: 'Hadrian's Pier', so named in homage to the Emperor who ordered its reconstruction, is revealed by the aerial shots of Emiliano Peluso. Credit: Emiliano...