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Head of the archaeology team in Razavar valley river, Shokouh Khosravi, said that archaeological surveys in the area were conducted with the purpose of discovering and identifying areas dating back to the Epipalaeolithic and Neolithic eras. Credit:...

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have uncovered a previously unconfirmed population boom across South East Asia that occurred 4,000 years ago, thanks to a new method for measuring prehistoric population growth. The Man Bac bur...

A team of archaeologists have unearthed an outdoor altar area in eastern Turkey from the Urartu period. Credit: AAThe open-air altar area dating back 2,700 years was discovered during an excavation in the ancient city of Harput in the province of El...

The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works has announced the completion of the 2018 fieldwork season undertaken by the Italian Erimi Archaeological Project (University of Torino) at the site of Erimi-Laonin tou Por...

The Eastern Slovakia Museum in Košice has presented two unique bronze helmets from the late Bronze Age. A mushroom picker found them last year near the village of Trhovište in Michalovce county. The finder brought the objects to the museum in Janua...

A Roman cemetery has been unearthed on the site of a housing development in North Lincolnshire. The graves contain men, women and children and date back 2,000 years [Credit: Allen Archaeology]Dozens of 2,000-year-old skeletons have been found at th...

As part of a 5-year (2017-2021) programme of systematic excavations on Anavlochos, Crete, an Early Iron Age tumulus was discovered in August 2018 by a team from the French School at Athens, under the direction of Florence Gaignerot-Driessen. Aerial...