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Archaeologists Unearth Roman Frontier Fort and Settlement in England

Academics / Archaeology : Archaeology in Europe

L ocated near the small coastal town of Maryport in northwestern England, remains of the ancient Roman fort of Alauna were first uncovered by amateur archaeologist Joseph Robinson in the late 19th century. Among the finds were an as...

(Two) Bodies, bodies everywhere

Academics / Archaeology : ArchaeoBlog

Archaeologists at ‘Pompeii of Japan’ site find a 1,400 year-old warrior still wearing his armour Archaeologists working at Japan’s Kanai Higashiura site have unearthed the remains of a Kofun-period warrior and infant — both of whom ...

Archaeology in paradise

Academics / Archaeology : ArchaeoBlog

Archaeologists find more bones along downtown rail route Archaeologists for the city’s rail transit project unearthed another set of human remains Sunday as they worked on one of two remaining trenches in the proposed downtown corri...

Scientists unearth new species of titanosaur that roamed Australia 95 million years ago

Academics : LA Times: Science

Talk about a giant find. Paleontologists have dug up the fossil remains of two enormous long-necked dinosaurs in Queensland, Australia. One of them, Savannasaurus elliottorum, represents a species that’s new to science; the other sp...

Archaeologists Search for Slain Playwright's Remains

News / International Affairs : World from Newser

A Spanish official describes finding the remains of playwright Federico Garcia Lorca "like finding a needle in a haystack"—and the search for that needle has begun. Archaeologists yesterday kicked off a 10-day inspection of a 3,200-...


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