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Ancient hilltop earthworks discovered here could offer the first hard evidence of Japan having had a walled city in the seventh century. Researchers study the earthworks in the Maehata ruins at Chikushino, Fukuoka Prefecture [Credit: Toshiyuki Tsun...

An ancient tomb of the Baekje Dynasty was found in Seokchon-dong in Seoul. The tomb reportedly consists of the largest number of smaller stone mound tombs ever found in Korea as at least 10 individual stone mound tombs are located closely or connecte...

A large wooden model boat from the Egyptian Middle Period 2123-1797 BC, sold for £161,000 at Bonhams Antiquities Sale in London yesterday. The boat had been estimated at £30,000-50,000. A wooden model boat from the Egyptian Middle Period 2123-1797...

In sociology, deviant behaviour can be either malum in se, meaning wrong in itself, or malum prohibita, wrong because it is prohibited. The term deviant is also used to define the mystery of an ancient necropolis unearthed at the Phaleron (present-da...

A valuable piece of India's ancient history in the heart of the nation's modern capital is being erased word by word, literally. Ashoka Pillar at Ferozeshah Kotla, Delhi [Credit: WikiCommons]The Ashoka pillar in central Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla, ere...

Works have been resumed, after two years, in the ancient city of Hadrianapolis in the northern Turkish province of Karabük (Greek Paphlagonia). Mosaics found during excavations at the ancient city of Hadrianopolis  in Paphlagonia [Credit: AA]T...

Dutch police have returned to Italy a 2nd century marble head that was stolen from a famous archaeological site outside Rome and offered up for auction in Amsterdam. The marble head depicting the Roman Empress Julia Domna was stolen in 2013  fr...