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‘Artefact detectives’ in Iraq aim to end the theft of their history
A group of amateur ‘artefact detectives’ in Iraq are on a mission to return countless historical items taken from their country over the years.
Ancient Mayan palace unearthed in Mexico
The researchers from Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) believe the palace was an “enclave” of the famous Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá, in the Yucatan province.
Archaeologists discover treasure troves in Greek Bronze Age tombs
Researchers think the priceless treasures found in the beehive-shaped tombs could help to unlock secrets about life in ancient Greece.
Egypt unveils biggest ancient coffin find in over a century
The wooden coffins with mummies inside were discovered in two layers, and were all exceptionally painted and preserved. The coffins will undergo restoration before being moved to a showroom at the Grand Egyptian Museum.
Local communities help UNESCO restore war-torn MENA heritage sites
A consequence of war and social unrest in the Middle East and North Africa in recent decades, has been the destruction of some of the region’s most ancient, treasured and culturally important monuments.
Sir Bani Yas Monastery: UAE’s oldest Christian site opens to public
Located around 200 kilometers from the UAE’s capital Abu Dhabi, on the eastern coast of Sir Bani Yas Island, lies the country’s oldest Christian site.
Hand-holding skeletons dubbed Lovers of Modena 'were both male'
Researchers from the University of Bologna used a new technique which found a male-only protein present in their teeth enamel
Fossil discovery reveals face of oldest early human ancestor
The ancestor's face has been reconstructed from a skull found in Ethiopia and is the direct ancestor of the skeleton, Lucy, found in 1974.
Archaeologists in Peru unearth ancient mural
Archaeologists in northern Peru have unearthed an ancient mural from the lost Caral civilisation that is believed to be about 3,800 years old, officials reported.
Trove of jewels, beads and good luck charms found at Pompeii
Archaeologists say the finds at the House of the Garden in Regio V of Pompeii
Explorers to sail ancient Black Sea route on reed boat
A boat constructed of reeds will recreate ancient trade routes betweebn Egypt and the Black Sea that could predate the Greek Argonauts.
Watch: Enormous thigh bone of a dinosaur found in southwest France
This femur is two metres long, bigger than the average human male!
Remains thought to be Napoleon's general found in Russia
General Charles-Etienne Gudin was killed on the battlefield in 1812 during the French Emperor's doomed invasion of Russia.
Evidence of prehistoric settlement discovered in North Sea
Archaeologists from Bradford University in the U.K. discovered traces of a lost settlement in the North Sea.
Watch: Sphinx room accidentally unearthed at Nero's Golden House
The Sphinx Room features lavish frescoes of panthers, centaurs and, of course, a sphinx. Experts chanced upon it while doing restoration work on the vault of a neighbouring part of the building.
Watch: Treasures unearthed from Anglo-Saxon tombThe 1400-year-old site
The 1400-year-old site, in Southend-on-Sea, was discovered accidentally by road workers in 2003.
Ancient tomb dating back 4,500 years discovered in Egypt
An ancient tomb dating back 4,500 years has been discovered in Egypt, announced the ministry of antiquities.
Looted artefacts from Middle East sold in Europe via social media
"Social media was a very important driver of (the Arab Spring) protests so it was only a matter of time before the looting and trafficking of antiquities would bleed into social media," Dr Amr Al-Azm, Professor Middle East History and Anthropology, told Euronews.
Egypt unveils the 2,500-year-old mummy of a high priest
Egyptologist Zahi Hawass and an Egyptian team opened three sealed sarcophagi from the 26th Dynasty. One contained the well-preserved mummy of a powerful priest, wrapped in linen and decorated with a golden figure depicting Isis, an ancient Egyptian goddess.
Fast food's 2,000-year-old ancestor unearthed in Pompeii
The frescoed counter served drinks and snacks including coarse bread with salty fish and lentils.
'Incredible' treasure trove discovered under Chichen Itza in Mexico
Archaeologists rediscovered a cave underneath Mexico’s most famous Mayan ruins, contending with a venomous snake and narrow crawlspaces to gain access.
Why is Al-Ula paving the way towards tourism in Saudi Arabia?
The Al-Ula governorate in Saudi Arabia is an area packed with prehistoric sites and landmarks.
Primitive life existed on earth over 2 billion years ago: researchers
French researchers have discovered that life was already moving on our planet earlier than first thought — now thought to be 2.1 billion years ago. Previously, early life forms were said to date back 1.5 billion years.
1,200-year-old Bible seized in Turkish anti-smuggling operation
Six people were arrested for attempting to sell the Biblical text.
Egyptian archaeologists discover 50 unidentified mummies
They uncovered them at an ancient burial site dating back to the Ptolemaic era.
Remains of explorer Matthew Flinders discovered near London station
The remains of the first man to circumnavigate Australia, explorer Matthew Flinders, have been discovered near a train station in London