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Archaeologists in Guiyang county of Hunan province have found a batch of rarely seen brick carvings from the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The bricks from local collector Li Shaoyu's collection, are covered in dust, but experts believe they are of high va...

Three looters who stole artefacts from the ancient city of Knidos in Turkey's western Datça district have been caught red-handed by police. View of the archaeological site at Knidos [Credit: Expedia]The looters had excavated artefacts from the rema...

The news of the destruction of the 12th-century Great Mosque of al-Nuri and the adjacent al-Hadba Minaret left me speechless. The destruction of sites throughout Mosul over the last three years has made headlines and deepened the pain we feel for tho...

In different places in Europe archaeologists find very similar amber beads from about 3,500 years ago. For a long time they believed that the finds should be linked to a trade route to Greece. Poznań archaeologist Mateusz Cwaliński believes that th...

A series of Late Neolithic to Early Bronze Age cairns have been discovered along a ridge behind Bryn Celli Ddu by archaeologists including Dr Ben Edwards from Manchester Metropolitan University. Bryn Celli Ddu, a Neolithic passage tomb on the Isle o...

Inca ceramic fragments —allegedly burned following an offering to Mother Earth— were discovered 30 centimeters underground at Machu Picchu's Mirrors Room. Archaeologists at Machu Picchu uncover a paved floor and a vessel used by the Incas as a r...

The remains of ancient villages dating back to 5,500BC have been discovered on a construction site in Sion in the Valais. Burial found at the site [Credit: Valais Archaeological Service]The find was made by archaeologists during building work on the...