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Egypt unveils a treasure trove of ancient artifacts
Egyptian antiquities authorities on Monday put on display a set of 2,500-year-old artifacts recently unearthed at the famous Saqqara necropolis near Cairo.
Qatar’s history: a rich past of heritage and archaeology
Qatar 365 has visited some of the Qatar’s most intriguing historical sites – from heritage houses, ancient forts to reconstructed palaces. But what are the challenges of telling the untold stories? And how can future generations benefit from lessons from the past?
Cultural restitution: Artefacts returned to Iran after legal battle
The long lost Mannean bricks turned up for sale in Europe in the 1990s and after a spell in a Swiss bank are back in Iran in the National Museum.
Archaeologists to open mystery Notre Dame sarcophagus
The remains inside are thought to perhaps belong to a senior clergyman from the 14th century.
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4,600 year-old tombs discovered west of Cairo
Tombs believed to be 4,600 years old have been uncovered in Saqqara, west of Cairo, and are thought to be the burial places of leading figures in society.
Pompeii's excavation uncovers 'duck and snails' fast food shop
New work to preserve the remains of the city of Pompeii has uncovered some interesting archaeological discoveries.
Hadrian's Wall under threat from climate change on 1900th birthday
Archaeologists fear climate change could lead to the destruction of many artefacts around the site of the Roman fortification in northern England.
Learn about the most crucial UK archaeological discovery in 100 years
The chalk drum statue is a significant development in understanding Britain's neolithic inhabitants and will feature in an exhibition on the subject.
Mexico calls on France to stop 'brazen' sale of pre-Hispanic artefacts
The President of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador says French auction houses had gone beyond the pale with brazen sales of pre-Hispanic artefacts.
Unearthed items show a time when Italy was colonised by ancient Greece
Southern Italy used to be a Greek colony and recent archaeological excavation could explain the religious practices of soldiers praying to Athena.
60 years on: What do we know about the Derveni Papyrus
Discovered by accident, the Derveni Papyrus offers key insights into ancient philosophy and literature. Here's what we know about it.
Italy send Parthenon fragment to Athens in Elgin Marbles nudge to UK
About half the surviving 5th century B.C. sculptures that decorated the Parthenon temple on the Acropolis are in the British Museum in London, which has long resisted Greek appeals for their return.
Scientists plan to digitally unwrap mummified children in Sicily
The remains of 41 mummified children in the Capuchin Catacombs are to be analysed by a team of researchers from the UK using x-ray technology.
Secrets of a 3000-year-old mummy unwrapped using X-ray and 3D scans
Scientists uncover what was hidden under a mummy's wrappings for over three thousand years using X-rays, CT scans and 2D and 3D softwares.
Hercules of Cadiz temple thought to have been found
In the Spanish town of Sancti Petri, research teams from the University of Seville and the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage say they have finally solved an archeological mystery.
Terrified looking ancient mummy discovered by archeologists in Peru
Archaeologists have found a bizarre looking mummy and a host of other treasures in a tomb seven floors underground. They believe it could date back to pre-Inca times 800 years ago.
Luxor`s `Sphinx Avenue` reopens after years of excavations and restorations
A ceremony to celebrate the completion of renovation work of an ancient road lined with hundreds of statues of sphinxes and rams in Luxor, southern Egypt, was held on Thursday.
'Most exciting Roman mosaic discovery in the UK' found under farmland
The mosaic is part of what was believed to be an elaborate Roman villa complex between the 3rd and 4th century AD.
Turkey: The perfect destination for white sand beaches and winter sun
There are a host of new attractions on offer in Turkey in the lead up to the country's centennial in 2023.
Well-preserved 'slave room' unearthed in ancient Roman city of Pompeii
Archaeologists have unearthed what they think was a room for slaves in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii
Ancient Greek God statue heads have been discovered in Turkey
Carved from limestone 5,000 years ago, archaeologists found the depiction of Aphrodite and Dionysus at the bottom of a creek bed.
The Vikings reached America long before Christopher Colombus
Tree rings and a solar storm have helped researchers to identify the earliest verifiable date of European settlement in the Americas.
Poo found in an Austrian mine shows we ate blue cheese 2,700 years ago
Having analysed the DNA in the preserved excrement, scientists were surprised to find Europeans were making blue cheese nearly 3,000 years ago.
Ancient winemaking complex unearthed in central Israel
Jon Seligman, one of the directors of the excavation, said the wine made in the area was known as “Gaza” wine and exported across the region.
Exhibition depicts how modern life might be viewed in 1000 years time
In St. Petersburg, a new art exhibition allows people of the future to look back and reflect on our world today in the classical setting of Ancient Greece and Rome.