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March 27th & 28th, 2015 Edition

Bulgarian Archaeologist Finds 5000-Year-Old Relief from Ancient Mesopotamia among Artifacts Seized from Treasure Hunters Archaeology in Bulgaria

Stone-age Italians defleshed their dead Science News

An amazing grave: Archaeologists say skeleton of woman is latest known early medieval burial found in Wales Culture 24

Archaeologists in Bulgaria’s Varna Unearth 3 More Skeletons, Identify Necropolis under Fortress Wall of Ancient Odessos Archaeology in Bulgaria

March 26th, 2015 Edition

Bulgarian Man Finds Silver Treasure of Western European, Ottoman Coins While Plowing Field Archaeology in Bulgaria

Red Lady cave burial reveals Stone Age secrets New Scientist

Row over plans to use ancient Spanish amphitheatre as tennis court Guardian UK

Massive Underground City Found in Cappadocia Region of Turkey National Geographic

Archaeologist Discovers Mysterious Ancient Maya Citadel Popular Archaeology

Ancient gold artefacts uncovered in north Wales-Two gold artefacts thought to be around 3,000 years old have been found near Wrexham ITV News

March 25th, 2015 Edition

Local cults of saints played a role in Scandinavian Christianisation Past Horizons

Archaeologists studied the remains of Biskupin-type fortified settlement in Germany Science in Poland

Geopolitics in Aztec-era Mesoamerica Popular Archaeology

Bulgarian Archaeologist Shows Off 1500-Year-Old Bronze Lamp to Get Govt Funding for Excavations of Late Antiquity Fortress Archaeology in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Archaeologists Figure Out Ancient Odessos Thracians Worshiped Greek Goddess Aphrodite, Not Thracian Goddess Bendis Archaeology in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Archaeologists Discover Lead Reliquary with Ashes from John the Apostle’s Grave at Ancient Fortress Burgos (Poros) Archaeology in Bulgaria

March 23rd & 24th, 2015 Edition

Archeologists discover Maya 'melting pot' EurekAlert

Prehistoric site in Alberta centuries older than previously thought CTV News

Porcupine unearths 1,400 year old oil lamp at archaeological site in Emek Hefer Jerusalem Post

Poisons, plants and Palaeolithic hunters University of Cambridge

Oldest evidence of breast cancer found in Egyptian skeleton Reuters

Horse and camel hunting by prehistoric humans in North America Popular Archaeology

March 21st & 22nd, 2015 Edition

Archaeology: Ancient ‘imaginary creatures’ artifacts fascinate Columbus Dispatch
and this Can We Recover The Meanings OF Ancient Art Ohio Archaeology

Peru's growing capital seeks to preserve Inca ruins PhysOrg

Neanderthals shape up as globe's first jewellers PhysOrg

Forgotten monuments of Northern Sweden Past Horizons

March 20th, 2015 Edition

Scientists reveal prehistoric animal lived longer than previously thought Siberian Times

Who do you think you really are? The first fine-scale genetic map of the British Isles EurekAlert

Prehistoric stone tools bear 500,000-year-old animal residue EurekAlert

More on Luxor tombs found Al-Ahram Weekly

Did a volcanic cataclysm 40,000 years ago trigger the final demise of the Neanderthals? Science Daily

Researchers from the Institute of Archaeology at the University of Warsaw are studying the infrastructure of the Roman fort Tibiscum in western Romania Science in Poland

Bulgarian Archaeologists Unearth Neolithic Bone Needle, 100-Meter Fortress Wall at Medieval Asen’s Fortress Archaeology in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Archaeologists Find Ancient Pithoi, Medieval Byzantine Seals at Upper Voden Fortress Archaeology in Bulgaria

The most complete ancient crossbow unearthed with terracotta army ECNS News

March 19th, 2015 Edition

10,000-Year-Old Stone Tool Site Discovered in Suburban Seattle Western Digs

Coral Pyramids in Micronesia Date Back to Middle Ages Live Science

Archaeologists Dig Up Ancient Skeleton from under Odessos Fortress Wall in Bulgaria’s Varna Archaeology in Bulgaria

Archaeologists Find Byzantine Coins, Roman Inscription in Aquae Calidae – Thermopolis Preserve in Bulgaria’s Burgas Archaeology in Bulgaria

East African Fossil Finds Show Early Human Diversity-Early human fossils found at Koobi Fora in Kenya show some surprising features Popular Archaeology

March 15th to 18th, 2015 Edition

Archaeological research conducted in three sites occupied by the Mochicas Andina

Archaeologists Find Rare Bronze Mask of Pan Sci-News

Gem Engraved with Goddess' Image Found Near King Herod's Mausoleum Live Science

Spain finds Don Quixote writer Cervantes' tomb in Madrid BBC News

Scientists offer new perspectives on China's long history of reunifications EurekAlert

Cultivated papaya owes a lot to the ancient Maya, research suggests University of Illinois

Bronze bracelet from the 3rd century BC has been discovered in Pakoszówka near Sanok Science in Poland

Researchers discover possible origin of Trieste, Italy Popular Archaeology

Unearthing an Iron Age Sanctuary in the Mediterranean Popular Archaeology

Ancients Set Stage for Collapse of Teotihuacan Popular Archaeology

March 14th, 2015 Edition

Ancient Receipt Proves Egyptian Taxes Were Worse Than Yours Live Science

More on: Are the world’s oldest mummies being damaged by a changing climate? Guardian UK

Ring brings ancient Viking, Islamic civilizations closer together Science News

More on stone tool from Oregon archaeological site could point to oldest human presence in western U.S. Oregon Live

March 13th, 2015 Edition

2,500-Year-Old Bison-Kill Site Offers New Clues Into Ancient Culture of Northern Plains Western Digs

Big toe's big foot holds evolutionary key EurekAlert

Bronze Age bones offer evidence of political divination PhysOrg

Humans adapted to living in rainforests much sooner than thought EurekAlert

Archaeological discovery sheds light on ancient Kyiv Kyiv Post

Palaeolithic art discovered in Cantabrian cave Past Horizons

Smithsonian Takes Hall of Human Origins Across Country in New Traveling Exhibition Popular Archaeology

March 12th, 2015 Edition

Unique tooth reveals details of the Peking Man’s life University of Uppsala

For 80 Years, Ancient Gold Treasure Rested Undisturbed Science Daily

A carpet of stone tools in the Sahara Past Horizons

Humans adapted to rainforest living much earlier than thought Popular Archaeology

Neanderthals modified eagle claws 130,000 years ago Popular Archaeology

March 10th & 11th, 2015 Edition

Honduran Archaeologists Doubt National Geographic Found White City Latin American Herald Tribune

Ancient Fossils Reveal Diversity in the Body Structure of Human Ancestors University of Missouri

ARCE team is on fire. Second 18th Dynasty tomb to be discovered in a week Luxor Times

More on Centuries-old DNA helps identify specific origins of slave skeletons found in Caribbean Stanford University

Bavarian archaeologists find 250-year-old pretzel The Local

Polish archaeologists in the forgotten capital of ancient Egypt Science in Poland

'Bedlam' Graveyard Excavation May Reveal Thousands of Skeletons Live Science

Neanderthal jewelry? Discovery sheds light on predecessors' cognitive abilities University of Kansas

March 8th & 9th, 2015 Edition

Mysterious Jade Artifact May Have Been Offering to Ancient Gods Live Science

Evidence indicates Yucatan Peninsula likely hit by tsunami 1,500 years ago University of Colorado Boulder

Cavers find treasure from era of Alexander the Great in Israel CNN News

No One Knows Our Names-Centuries-old DNA helps identify origins of slave skeletons found in the Caribbean Popular Archaeology

Saving Chilean mummies from climate change Harvard University

Rufford Abbey 'photo tripod stone' is Roman artefact BBC News

March 7th, 2015 Edition

More on Stone Tool Unearthed in Oregon ‘Hints’ at Oldest Human Occupation in Western U.S. Western Digs

New Recipe For 19th Century Shipwrecked Beer Discovery

Bottle of grey wine that was dug out of US Civil War shipwreck after 151 years gets tasted Independent UK

March 5th & 6th, 2015 Edition

Excavation reveals ancient town and burial complex in Diros Bay, Greece EurekAlert

Evidence indicates Yucatan Peninsula hit by tsunami 1,500 years ago EurekAlert

Study finds significant facial variation in pre-Columbian South America EurekAlert

Giant tomb of a Iron Age Celtic prince discovered just 100km from Paris in Champagne Connexion
and this Archaeologists uncover royal Celtic burial site in small French town (More pics) France 24

Eastern Oregon dig uncovers ancient stone tool PhysOrg

Karnak: Excavation yields 38 artifacts Science Daily

ISIS Militants 'Bulldoze' Ancient City in Iraq AFP\Discovery

Archaeologists Return to Unearth Base of the Roman Sixth Legion Popular Archaeology

March 4th, 2015 Edition

When age matters-The precise dating of ancient charcoal found near a skull is helping reveal a unique period in prehistory EurekAlert

Tomb of Amun gate's guard uncovered in Luxor Ahram Online

Body of young woman who had Charles I shilling placed over eye found in shallow Oxford grave Culture 24

Advanced modeling software explores whether Augustus Caesar really transformed Rome PhysOrg

Europe's Languages Were Carried From the East, DNA Shows-The new settlers, revealed by a genetic analysis, may solve a mystery swirling around the origins of Indo-European languages National Geographic

Scientists Develop New Model of Life's Evolution Popular Archaeology

Study Lends New Support to Theory that Early Humans were Scavengers Popular Archaeology

March 1st to 3rd, 2015 Edition

More on The Destruction of Cultural Heritage Should be a War Crime (Commentary) Wall Street Journal

Jesus' House? 1st-Century Structure May Be Where He Grew Up Live Science

Archaeologists open the mysterious lead coffin found buried just feet from the former grave of King Richard III EurekAlert

Improbable archaeology: Stone tool found in Sitka landslide KTOO News

200 bodies found in mass grave beneath Paris supermarket-Archeologists discover the remains of more than 200 people believed to have died from the plague hundreds of years ago Telegraph UK

Exclusive: Lost City Discovered in Honduran Rain Forest-In search for legendary “City of the Monkey God,” explorers find the untouched ruins of a vanished culture National Geographic

February 28th, 2015 Edition

By Questioning Conventional Wisdom, Archaeologys Peter Magee Unearths The Arabian Peninsulas Past Bryn Mawr College

War of the Roses skeletons unearthed in York York Press

Rare, Native American artifact discovered in Newtown, Ohio WVXU News

A stunning gold and jewel Anglo-Saxon pendant has been uncovered in a Norfolk EDP24

More on the violent death of Pharaoh Senebkay Popular Archaeology

Mosul Museum video from Islamic State could be a staged drama Los Angeles Times

February 26th & 27th, 2015 Edition

ISIS Onslaught Engulfs Assyrian Christians as Militants Destroy Ancient Art New York Times
and this UNESCO condemns Iraq museum attack blamed on Islamic State Los Angeles Times

Kublai Khan was a notorious … polluter Science Magazine

Found Islamic Coins Hidden Inside Viking Age Shield Boss Thor News

DNA evidence shows surprise cultural connections between Britain and Europe 8,000 years ago Science Daily

More on Rare Intact Roman Tombstone Found in England Discovery

February 24th & 25th, 2015 Edition

Archaeologists discover secret room in ancient Sidon temple Daily Star

Rare Roman tombstone found in Cirencester makes archaeological history Gloucestershire Echo

Trail of Tools Reveals Modern Humans' Path Out of Africa-Early Homo sapiens lingered in a lush Arabia before encountering Neanderthals in the Levant National Geographic

American Egyptologists prove Pharaoh was brutally killed in a battle away from home Luxor Times

Two black granite busts of the ancient Egyptian lioness goddess Sekhmet unearthed in Luxor Ahram Online

The first barrow from the turn of the third and second millennium BC excavated in the south-eastern Poland Science in Poland

Archaeologists Unearth Possible Ancient Judean Administrative Center Popular Archaeology

February 21st to 23rd, 2015 Edition

Vikings were pioneers of craft and international trade, not just pillaging PhysOrg

More on Embracing Stone Age Couple Found in Greek Cave National Geographic

Humans may have migrated out of Africa in phases based on the weather Past Horizons

Ancient mortuary sheds light on early burial rites USA Today

More on Drones to scan for evidence of ancient civilizations in Amazonia Popular Archaeology

Mummified Monk Sits Inside Ancient Buddha Statue Discovery

Stone Age Skull Reveals Astonishing Human Diversity Live Science

February 18th to 20th, 2015 Edition

Divers in Caesarea find largest treasure of gold coins ever discovered in Israel Jerusalem Post

Details on lost Ancient Egyptian queen’s tomb emerge Daily News Egypt

Ancient Shrines Used for Predicting the Future Discovered Live Science

Neanderthal groups based part of the their lifestyle on the sexual division of labor PhysOrg

Ancient and modern cities aren't so different EurekAlert

Archaeologists discovered a reach settlement from before 1.5 thousand years in Mazury Science in Poland

Stone Age skeleton judged Norway's oldest The Local

Maya Mural Reveals Ancient 'Photobomb' Live Science\Yahoo News

Recording endangered archaeology of the Middle East and North Africa Past Horizons

February 15th to 17th, 2015 Edition

Theory looks at how ancient goods got to Ohio Columbus Dispatch
and this The Hopewell Mortuary-Ceremonial Interaction Sphere Ohio Archaeology

Pilbara digs debunk timeline for ancient tool development PhysOrg

Italian cemetery may provide insights to cholera's evolution-The archaeological investigation could lead the way to the first steps for finding a cure Popular Archaeology

Paid sick days and physicians at work: Ancient Egyptians had state-supported health care PhysOrg

Villa Owned by Ben-Hur's Rival Identified Discovery

February 13th & 14th, 2015 Edition

Dominican archeology team uncovers ancient stele in Egypt that is over 2,200 years Fox News

Researchers use isotopic analysis to explore ancient Peruvian life EurekAlert

Greek archaeologists find couple locked in millennia-old hug PhysOrg

Larger area analysis needed to understand patterns in ancient prehistory PhysOrg

Treasure of bronze objects from before 3.5 thousand years discovered in Bieszczady Science in Poland

New film footage reveals potential 'killer blow' to King Richard III Popular Archaeology

Brazil Amazon: Drone to scan for ancient Amazonia BBC News

February 11th & 12th, 2015 Edition

Rare shipwreck excavated off Paralimni Cyprus Mail

Illegal 'nighthawkers' damage Hadrian's Wall Telegraph UK

Monument marred by vandalism, trash Alburquerque Journal

Ancient tablets displayed in Jerusalem fuel looting debate PhysOrg

Earliest evidence of large-scale human-produced air pollution in South America found Science Daily

Oldest Twin Remains Found in Siberia Discovery

Pits, pots and pitchstone – a palimpsest of prehistory in one corner of Scotland Past Horizons

Butchered Bones Found in Yukon Cave Bear Marks of Early Americans, Study Finds Western Digs

A first-of-its-kind discovery of 1,500 year-old grape seeds may answer the question: Why was the wine of the Negev so renowned in the Byzantine Empire Israel Antiquities Authority

February 10th, 2015 Edition

Historic Indian sword was masterfully crafted-Italian, UK researchers use non-destructive techniques and show the secrets of forging methods EurekAlert

Skeletons uncovered at Ipplepen reveals major Roman cemetery University of Exeter

Ancient Orkney child remains excavated BBC News

Archaeologists and veterans to explore what lies beneath Waterloo Battlefield, 200 years on PhysOrg

The Unfinished Business at Ancient Herodium Popular Archaeology

February 7th to 9th, 2015 Edition

Untouched Mycenaean Tomb Found in Central Greece Greek Reporter

Treasure hunters find late Roman mosaics Hurriyet Daily News

100 Ancient Cult Sites Discovered in Israel Live Science

Outline of medieval church revealed on building site The Advertiser

Ancient animal bone suggests Himiko adopted Chinese fortunetelling method Asahi Shimbun

Roman cemetery: Fifteen skeletons found at Ipplepen dig BBC News

Mystery Over 15th-Century Drilled Skull Solved Discovery

Original Magna Carta Copy Found in Scrapbook Discovery

Barley and wheat residues in Neolithic cemeteries of Central Sudan and Nubia Past Horizons

Research continues into 3000 year-old Nok culture of sub-Saharan Africa Past Horizons

Earliest evidence of large-scale human-produced air pollution in South America found Popular Archaeology

February 6th, 2015 Edition

Mysterious Stone Carving May Contain Old Message Live Science

Prehistoric Grave May Be Earliest Example of Death During Childbirth Live Science

Norway’s Melting Snow Exposes Fragile Artifacts Norwegian University of Science and Technology

February 5th, 2015 Edition

Neanderthals disappeared from the Iberian Peninsula before than from the rest of Europe PhysOrg

Ill-fitting teeth began with earliest farmers Past Horizons

Archaeologists excavate fortified site from ancient Kingdom of Judah Popular Archaeology

Darwin's theory continues to shape human evolution Popular Archaeology

Crisis Management in the Ancient Southwest University of Arizona

February 4th, 2015 Edition

Poles reconstructed houses of the first Egyptians Science in Poland

Unearthed grave sheds light on Batavia shipwreck mass murder ABC News

First wooden 'tachikazari' ornament unearthed in ancient burial dig in Sakai Asahi Shimbun

February 3rd, 2015 Edition

Prehistoric Temples on Maui Reveal Origins of Island’s First Kingdom Western Digs

Newfound 'Gospel of the Lots of Mary' Discovered in Ancient Text Live Science

Ancient tablets reveal daily life of exiled Jews in Babylon 2,500 years ago Jerusalem Post

York academics reveal fishy cooking habits of North American hunter-gatherers EurekAlert

Bone bow and arrow wrist guard and pottery found with Bronze Age body in Drumnadrochit Inverness Courier

Iceland to build first temple to Norse gods since Viking age Guardian UK

February 1st & 2nd, 2015 Edition

Mystery of missing Confederate submarines tackled by Louisiana archaeologist NOLA Today

Tomb raiders arrested in Ashkelon National Park for looting, damaging ancient site Jerusalem Post

Taj Mahal Gardens Found to Align with the Solstice Sun Live Science

Site C floods will wash away 12,000 years of human history in British Columbia Globe and Mail

Northampton's medieval chess workshop 'first to be found' BBC News

Ancient Maya bookmakers get paged in Guatemala Science News

Mall construction unearths American Indian mound in Ohio Chillicothe Gazette

Prehistoric caves found in Papua Antara News

January 30th & 31st, 2015 Edition

UB students of Archaeology discover a 2,200-year-old Iberian moat in Valls Universitat de Barcelona

Archaeologist begins dig in the Sudan, Nile River Valley area PhysOrg

Archaeologists excavate Roman and Punic city in Tunisia-The site of Zita contains remains of a Roman forum and a Punic child sacrifice precinct Popular Archaeology

First Major Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes to Tour Internationally Popular Archaeology

January 29th, 2015 Edition

Scientists recreate ancient Siberian brain surgery techniques for first time Siberian Times

Humans and Neandertals likely interbred in Middle East Science Magazine

Ancient sacrificial architecture unearthed in Shaanxi China Daily

Corpse of 200-Year-Old Monk Found in Lotus Position Discovery

Found in Spain: traces of Hannibal's troops The Local

January 27th & 28th, 2015 Edition

Face of tattooed mummified princess finally revealed after 2,500 years Siberian Times

Genghis Khan's genetic legacy has competition: The Mongolian leader left a strong footprint in the Y chromosomes of modern descendants—but he was not the only one Nature

Site of SS Great Britain 'shipwreck' located in Northern Ireland PhysOrg

Big-toothed fossil may be primitive new human ABC Science News

The largest necropolis from the Roman period in Karczyn in Kujawy is the object of detailed scientific research Science in Poland

More on Winchester Model 1873 Found Abandoned in Nevada Desert Popular Archaeology

Obsidian artefacts help researchers understand historic land use on Easter Island Past Horizons

1st Americans Used Spear-Throwers to Hunt Large Animals Live Science

More on At Newly Discovered Water Temple, Maya Offered Sacrifices to End Drought National Geographic

January 25th & 26th, 2015 Edition

Blackbeard's Booty: Pirate Ship Yields Medical Supplies Live Science

Archaeologists Excavate Pre-Roman Burials in Spain Popular Archaeology

Searching for Cervantes: Archaeologists find casket with Don Quixote author's initials CBC News

Louisiana archaeologists hunt for Acadian burial sites-New Acadia Project is looking for unmarked burial sites of at least 34 people CBC News

More on Scientists use X-rays to decipher charred Vesuvius scrolls Telegraph UK

Salvadoran archaeological site provides window into pre-Columbian life Fox News

Climate Change and the Rise and Fall of a Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican City-Pre-Columbian city of Cantona expanded and contracted through increasingly arid climate conditions, suggests study Popular Archaeology

Ancient Assyrian Soldiers Were Haunted by War, Too-A new study finds evidence of trauma experienced by soldiers returning home from combat over 3,000 years ago Smithsonian Magazine

January 23rd & 24th, 2015 Edition

Find at Shiga ruins suggests ancient Buddhist site-cleansing ritual Asahi Shimbun

Early ancestors used their hands like modern humans University of Kent

Scan finds new tattoos on 5300-year-old Iceman Red Orbit

Red Seat Numbers Found on Rome's Colosseum Discovery

Archaeologist set to dig for Sherman's discarded Confederate ordnance SC Now

January 22nd, 2015 Edition

Italy seizes more than 5,000 looted antiquities in record haul AFP\Yahoo News

Beard on King Tut mask hastily glued back on with epoxy Herald Tribune

Forest Service seeking information on archaeological site vandalism USDA Forest Service

Tomb reveals burial methods of ancient age Hurriyet Daily News

A building pre-dating the walled city of Derry has been discovered by archaeologists U TV

January 20th & 21st, 2015 Edition

Vandals dig out rocks from archaeological site in Sedona TV 3 Arizona

Evidence for ancient bone surgery found at Kuelap Fortress Peru This Week

Between 7,200 and 3,100 years ago humans from Atapuerca ate domestic dog, wild cat, fox and badger Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution

Kennewick Man's DNA likely that of a Native PhysOrg

Unlocking Scrolls Preserved in Eruption of Vesuvius, Using X-Ray Beams New York Times

January 17th to 19th, 2015 Edition

Mummy Mask May Reveal Oldest Known Gospel Live Science

Vast ancient Greek tomb contains bones of woman, baby, men Reuters\Yahoo News

Archaeologists Investigate Ancient Greek Temenos on Black Sea Island-Possible evidence of lost temple of Apollo uncovered Popular Archaeology

January 15th & 16th, 2015 Edition

Excavation plans for Exeter's Roman Baths BBC News

Possible ruins of ancient emperor's grave unearthed in Asuka Asahi Shimbun

Burial Mound in Kazakhstan Yields Gold Artifacts Tengrin News

Abandoned 1882 rifle sparks archaeological quest in Nevada Los Angeles Times

Ancient bone hand ax identified in China Science News

More on Military fortresses in Tel Habuwa, the tomb of a previously unknown queen in Abusir and a relief showing quarry work in ancient Egypt are among important new discoveries in Egypt Al-Ahram Weekly

Roman drunkard found on Danish island Science Nordic

A viking blacksmith buried with his tools Science Nordic

A Renaissance warlord poison mystery Past Horizons

ArchaeoSpain Calls for Participants in Mallorca Excavation of a Byzantine Settlement-Archaeologists are breaking ground on a dig that is uncovering a Byzantine baptistery, basilica, and the potential discovery of additional human remains dating from as early as the 5th century CE Popular Archaeology

January 14th, 2015 Edition

Stone Age man wasn't necessarily more advanced than the Neanderthals EurekAlert

Expedition to Idalion, Cyprus, Explores Ancient Sanctuaries-Archaeologists focus on two ancient religious sanctuaries and an industrial site Popular Archaeology

St. Louis Archaeological Group Could Lose Charter For Selling Egyptian Artifacts St. Louis Public Radio

How to Recreate a Sloppy Ancient Greek Drinking Game Live Science

January 13th, 2015 Edition

Roman link to local cemetery-UK Luton Today

Archaeology office unearths prehistoric bracelets in Jayapura, Papua Antara News

'Little Pompeii' site is even older than thought Belfast Telegraph

Earliest Known Stone Tools Planted the Seeds of Communication and Language Popular Archaeology

Mesoamerican ‘Fool’s Gold’ Mirrors Found in Arizona Reveal Ties to Ancient Mexico Western Digs

January 10th to 12th, 2015 Edition

Archaeologists: Remains of bustling city found near new bridge Belleville News Democrat

Urartians used jewelry according to status Hurriyet Daily News

Ancient Egyptian fortress unearthed in Sinai Cairo Post

Hundreds of 19th-Century Wickiups Recorded in Colorado Mountains Western Digs

New technologies reveal hidden secrets at old archaeological sites Columbus Dispatch
and this Amazing Discoveries Just Waiting to be Made Ohio Archaeology

Mummy Poo Solves 700-Year-Old Murder Mystery Discovery

Offering to goddess reveals reach of late 15th century Aztec empire Past Horizons

Unknown earth fortifications discovered in the Subcarpathian province Science in Poland

Archaeologists Uncover Possible Royal Escape Tunnel at Biblical Site Popular Archaeology

January 8th & 9th, 2015 Edition

Western Digs’ Top 5 Archaeology Stories of 2014 From the American West Western Digs

More on Scientist tackles mystery of ancient astronomical device PhysOrg

Ancient maize followed two paths into Southwest Science Daily

China: 30 tombs, 28 chariots and 98 horse skeletons dating back 2,800 years found in Hubei International Business Times

Buddhist Relics of 3rd Century Unearthed New Indian Express

Crowdsourcing used in Genghis Khan tomb search PhysOrg

Ancient Tomb Discovered in Downtown Varna Novinite

Rapid Desert Formation May Have Destroyed China's 1st Kingdom Live Science

January 6th & 7th, 2015 Edition

Twenty-five century-old coin mystery uncovered PhysOrg

Earliest musical instrument Se unearthed in Central China China Daily

Prehistoric Easter Islanders Didn't Experience a Simple Collapse, Say Researchers Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists trying to link Maurya dynasty to Nepal temple Economic Times

New dates for prized Kimberley spear points Science Network Australia

Pharaonic rock carving of obelisks found in Gebel el Silsila quarry Cairo Post

Study of ancient dogs in the Americas yields insights into human, dog migration EurekAlert

Archaeological dig at car park suggests hats were made from cats in medieval Norwich EDP24

Gleaming cast metal called orichalcum, which was said by Ancient Greeks to be found in Atlantis, has been recovered from a ship that sunk 2,600 years ago off the coast of Sicily Discovery

Study casts doubt on mammoth-killing cosmic impact PhysOrg

Beyond Machu Picchu — Choquequirao, Lost City in the Clouds Peruvian Times

Szczecin archaeologists discovered megalithic structures Science in Poland

Archaeologists Recover Artifacts Under Museum Construction Site in Philadelphia Popular Archaeology

January 4th & 5th, 2015 Edition

4,500 year-old tomb of previously unknown pharaonic queen found in Egypt BBC News

Tomb of Osiris discovered in Luxor Luxor Times

Let in the Light: Ancient Roman Fort Designed for Celestial Show Live Science

New research dishes the dirt on the demise of a civilization EurekAlert

December 31st to January 3rd, 2015 Edition

Ancient Amulet Discovered with Curious Palindrome Inscription Live Science

4,000-Year-Old Copper Crown Found in India Epoch Times

Mid-Norway Vikings among the first to sail to British Isles Science Nordic

Late Bronze Age treasure found in the field near Chojnice Science in Poland

Smithsonian Galleries Launch First Complete Digitized Collection for Public View Popular Archaeology

The remarkable church that has somehow withstood three centuries of turmoil-Spaso-Zashiverskaya has survived wars, permafrost, and a smallpox outbreak that wiped out its congregation Siberian Times

Hidden World War II Battlefields Reveal Germans' Secret Tactics Live Science

December 30th, 2014 Edition

Eggs of intestinal parasites identified in Late Iron Age site Past Horizons

Coolest Archaeological Discoveries of 2014 Discovery

Remains May Be Irish Children Who Died in Wreck of Coffin Ship Globe and Mail

December 28th & 29th, 2014 Edition

Ancient Buddhist stupa and Kushan-era coins discovered in Pakistan Hindustan Times

Massive ancient underground city discovered in Turkey's Nevsehir Hurriyet Daily News

Temple culture on Malta Stone Pages

Evidence of sacrificial practices found at 6,000 year old temple in Ukraine Independent UK

Belize's Famous 'Blue Hole' Reveals Clues to the Maya's Demise Live Science

Excavation suggests human presence at Old Vero Man site in Florida Past Horizons

Archaeologists Investigate Early Urban Center Near Sea of Galilee Popular Archaeology

December 25th to 27th, 2014 Edition

Hittite rock inscription in Bolkar Mountain to be taken under protection Hurriyet Daily News

Exotic hoard artefacts found in field hint at long-distance Bronze Age sea travel, say archaeologists in Wales Culture 24

End of archaeological dig at Mt. Clare Mansion stirs controversy-City terminates agreement with a private foundation that seeks to preserve Baltimore slave history Baltimore Brew

The Controversial Afterlife of King Tut-A frenzy of conflicting scientific analyses have made the famous pharaoh more mysterious than ever Smithsonian

Synagogue from Roman Empire unearthed-Excavations in town of Magdala in Golan Heights reveal remains of ancient structure; 'historic and rare findings' include fragments of columns, parts of benches and pottery YNet News

Researchers try to answer mystery of saintly skull Past Horizons

Archaeologists Investigate Early Modern Human Adaptability in South African Rock Shelters Popular Archaeology

December 20th to 24th, 2014 Edition-Happy Holidays!!!

Antiquities Authority finds 1,600-year-old glass bracelet with menorah inscription Jerusalem Post

Reconstruction of a church floor unveils rare archaeological findings Slovak Spectator

Scientists discover oldest stone tool ever found in Turkey EurekAlert

Hunter-gatherer past shows our fragile bones result from physical inactivity since invention of farming University of Cambridge

Arrow Heads and Other Artifacts Stolen from Lake Oroville State Recreation Area Recovered Sierra Sun Times

Scientists discover oldest stone tool ever found in Turkey PhysOrg

Archaeologists from Kraków discovered Hellenistic agora in Nea Paphos Science In Poland

Mystery of Ancient Chinese Civilization's Disappearance Explained Live Science

Pompeii restored with help of artefact thieves The Local

Millennia-old village unearthed in northern Vietnam Tuoi Tre News

December 19th, 2014 Edition

Coins at Kastellet: Archaeologist strikes silver Copenhagen Post

Stonehenge dig finds 6,000-year-old encampment BBC News

Million Mummy Discovery Disputed In Egypt Huffington Post

More on Scientists Find Evidence of Viking Presence in Arctic Canada Sci-News

Unique entry complex discovered at Herodian Hilltop Palace Hebrew University of Jerusalem

New, tighter timeline confirms ancient volcanism aligned with dinosaurs' extinction Science Daily

Mystery of the grave by the Mazury lake solved Science in Poland

Indonesian Cave Art Among Science's Top 10 Breakthroughs of 2014 Popular Archaeology

December 17th & 18th, 2014 Edition

Khirbet Summeily Yields 10th-Century B.C. Clay Seals Mississippi State University

Remains of 8,000-year-old olive oil found in Lower Galilee Jerusalem Post

New laser technology investigates bones of sailors who perished on Henry VIII’s ship Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Digging up the 'Spanish Vikings' The University of Aberdeen

Unique entry complex discovered at Herodian Hilltop Palace Hebrew University of Jerusalem

December 16th, 2014 Edition

Million-Mummy Cemetery Unearthed in Egypt Live Science

Mausoleum plans unveiled for homecoming of Siberian ice maiden Siberian Times

Evidence of Viking/Norse metalworking in Arctic Canada EurekAlert

Back to future with Roman architectural concrete EurekAlert

Dental plaque reveals key plant in prehistoric Easter Island diet University of Otago

Archaeologists Worry As Drilling Approaches Chaco KUNM News

Massive 2,800-year-old farmhouse found in central Israel-Structure in modern Rosh Ha’ayin was used during Assyrian, Persian and Hellenistic periods Times of Israel

December 14th & 15th, 2014 Edition

After Amphipolis, New Ancient Burial Ground Found in Platamonas Greek Reporter

Pharaoh’s statue restored 3,200 years after collapse in earthquake Guardian UK

Bronze Age skeleton 'warrior chief' Belfast Telegraph

More on San Francisco's Deadliest Shipwreck Found Discovery

Uncovering the Secrets of Cosma-Part 1 of a series: In a remote valley in north-central Peru, archaeologists are beginning to peel back the layers of monumental structures that may tell a forgotten story of an ancient people Popular Archaeology

Oldest Danish town, Ribe, possibly older Copenhagen Post

Drought and Ancient Maya Practices Spelled Collapse of Tikal, Says Study-Episodes of persistent and unusually low rainfall during 9th century tipped the scale against Maya engineering and land use practices Popular Archaeology

December 13th, 2014 Edition

Mystery Surrounds Delicate Nasca Lines Threatened by Greenpeace Stunt National Geographic

Planned Arizona copper mine would put a hole in Apache archaeology Science Magazine

Israeli cave offers clues about when humans mastered fire Science Magazine

December 10th to 12th, 2014 Edition

Polish archaeologists in Cypriot breakthrough Radio Poland

Israel: 7,500-year-old lost Neolithic village discovered off coast of Haifa International Business Times

Affluence Explains Rise of Moralizing Religions, Suggests Study-Roots are in the rising standards of living of the 'Axial Age' between 500 BCE and 300 BCE Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists Excavate Ancient Wari Temple in Peru Popular Archaeology

NOAA, partners reveal first images of historic San Francisco shipwreck, SS City of Rio de Janeiro National Marine Sanctuaries NOAA

Quileute Tribe celebrates discovery of historic rock carving-A fisherman stumbled upon a rock carving that appears to show a legendary battle in Quileute mythology Seattle Times

Water’s role in the rise and fall of the Roman Empire Science Daily

Polish archaeologists in the ancient city of Jupiter Capitolinus Science in Poland

The Origin of the Number Zero-Deep in the jungle, an intrepid scholar locates a symbol of power and mystery Smithsonian

Discovery in Nara Prefecture suggests building linked to imperial family 13 centuries ago Asahi Shimbun

Tomb of royal wife and several bronze statuettes discovered by French archaeologists Ahram Online

December 9th, 2014 Edition

Think again about the pillaging Viking warriors - it wasn't just the men who raided Britain Independent UK

Antiquity thieves caught at Cave of Skulls searching for Dead Sea artefacts Past Horizons

Danish Bronze Age glass beads traced to Egypt Science Nordic

The sarcophagus of god Amun's singer unearthed Ahram Online

2,400-Year-Old Coffin's 'Odd' Art Hints at Ancient Egypt's Brain Drain Live Science

Penn Museum Exhibits Spectacular Finds from Ancient Panama Popular Archaeology

December 6th to 8th, 2014 Edition

Sunken WWII Ship, Famed for Pearl Harbor Rescue Mission, Discovered Off Hawaii Coast Western Digs

Opulent Clothing Unearthed in Ming Dynasty Tomb Live Science

Archaeology: Flint tool disappeared with Hopewell culture Columbus Dispatch
and this Bladelets, Flint Rodge Flint, and the Hopewell Interaction Sphere Ohio Archaeology

Scientists reveal parchment's hidden stories EurekAlert

Chicago scientists open Egyptian mummy coffin PhysOrg

Major Viking hall identified in Sweden Science Daily

Discoveries of Polish archaeologists in Armenia Science in Poland

Looting, Antiquities Trafficking Supporting ISIS, Say Officials Popular Archaeology

December 4th & 5th, 2014 Edition

More on Shovels Untouched, Archaeologists Survey a Medieval Town in Britain New York Times

Archaeologists in Jersey find solid gold torc hidden in Celtic coin hoard Culture 24

Findings at Viking archaeological site show power trumping practicality PhysOrg

More on Richard III: case closed? Current Archaeology

Localized climate change contributed to ancient southwest depopulation EurekAlert

Ancient Pond, Bronze Fingernail Cleaner Hint at Roman Settlement Live Science\Yahoo News

Saving Khufu’s second boat Al-Ahram Weekly.

Giant Ancient Roman Water Basin Uncovered Discovery

Archaeologists Discover First Evidence of Frankincense in British Roman Burials Popular Archaeology

December 2nd & 3rd, 2014 Edition

Beer, Beef and Politics: Findings at Viking Archaeological Site Show Power Trumping Practicality Baylor University

Archaeologists find vast medieval palace buried under prehistoric fortress at Old Sarum Independent UK

Jamestown Unearthed: Archaeologists Work to Uncover Cellar Outside Fort Walls Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient commercial farm in the heart of modern Rome Daily Democrat

Archaeologists rethink purpose of Mummy Lake ruins San Francisco Chronicle

Oldest ever engraving discovered on 500,000-year-old shell Science Daily

King Richard III Case Closed After 529 Years Popular Archaeology

Mastodons Disappeared From Ancient Beringia Before Humans Arrived Popular Archaeology

Gardener unearths Anglo-Saxon carving in job lot of rockery stone Telegraph UK

Shackled individuals found in Gallo-Roman cemetery in southwest France Past Horizons

November 29th to December 1st, 2014 Edition

Amphipolis Tomb Timeline: What We Know So Far About the Magnificent Ancient Greek Monument Greek Reporter

Knoxville archaeologist: 'Pristine' site near Third Creek Greenway worth saving Knoxville News Sentinel

Antlers and horse bones dating back 1,500 years found on Galway beach-Marks indicate finds may have been used in ‘ritual ceremony’ Irish Times

Macabre skeletal finds sheds new light on the Sandby borg massacre Past Horizons

More on discovery about the Antikythera Mechanism reveals surprising advances in early Greek science University of Puget Sound

November 27th & 28th, 2014 Edition

Secrets of a Celtic princess Deutsche Welle

Post-medieval Polish buried as potential 'vampires' were likely local EurekAlert

Ironbridge lost cottages uncovered during works BBC News

Limestone 'Venus' 23,000 years old dug up in France PhysOrg

Workers at Biblical Copper Mines Ate Quite Well Live Science\Yahoo News

Poznan archaeologists studied a monumental mound Science in Poland

World's oldest computer is more ancient than first thought: Antikythera Mechanism was created in 205 BC, study claims Mail Online

Bathonea excavations shed light on Istanbul’s history Hurriyet News

November 25th & 26th, 2014 Edition

Stone age axe found with wood handle BBC News

Ancient house with floor heating unearthed in southern Turkey Hurriyet News

Ancient rock art discovery across Asia Griffith University

Archaeology dig yields Hatfield and McCoy artifacts Williamson Daily News

Army hospital x-rays reveal intricacies of Anglo-Saxon sword, shield, spear and grave goods Culture 24

Tombs with mythical carvings found in Chinese city that was once along the Silk Road PhysOrg

Domestic cereals in evidence 7,000 years ago in Sudan Past Horizons

Researchers Investigate ‘Vampire’ Remains in Polish Cemetery-The graves likely contained members of the local population, say study authors Popular Archaeolgy

November 23rd & 24th, 2014 Edition

Norfolk Bronze Age dagger 'doorstop' saved BBC News

1,700-Year-Old Silk Road Cemetery Contains Mythical Carvings Live Science

People ate mammoth; Dogs got reindeer Science Daily

November 21st & 22nd, 2014 Edition

Could rare sword have belonged to Ivan the Terrible? Siberian Times

Laser from a plane discovers Roman goldmines in Spain EurekAlert

Small 'Underwater Pompeii' Found Off Greek Island Discovery

Ancient Egyptian Mummy Wearing Jewels Found Discovery

November 20th, 2014 Edition

Ancient Egyptian Handbook of Spells Deciphered Live Science

Prehistoric Farming on the Tibetan Plateau-Scientists find evidence of sustained farming thousands of years BCE Popular Archaeology

Minnesota archaeological dig reveals 2,000-year-old artifacts, campsites Twin Cities

Ancient Aboriginal rock art site discovered in suburban Sydney ABC News

November 19th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists race against time to explore Neanderthal site PhysOrg

Archaeologists Excavate Imperial Roman Structure Popular Archaeology

More on climate change was not to blame for the collapse of the Bronze Age University of Bradford

November 18th, 2014 Edition

Has one of Harald Bluetooth’s fortresses come to light? Aarhus University

Archaeologist leads the first detailed study of human remains at the ancient Egyptian site of Deir el-Medina PhysOrg

Vases in Pompeii Reveal Panic Before Eruption Discovery

Fragment of ancient grave stele unearthed at Kerameikos in Athens Past Horizons

Climate Change Not a Cause of Bronze Age Collapse Popular Archaeology

November 15th to 17th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists unearthing treasures just meters from ISIL Hurriyet News

Rubbish dig casts new light on pre-Columbian village News & Observer

Utah Cave Full of Children’s Moccasins Sheds Light on Little-Known Ancient Culture Western Digs

Anglo Saxon graves found during excavation of Burwell Road, Exning Cambridge News

November 14th, 2014 Edition

Ears of Ancient Chinese Terra-Cotta Warriors Offer Clues to Their Creation National Geographic

More on Danish archaeologists find 5,000-year-old human footprints Science Nordic

Known as the immortal city, 7,000-year-old Misis in the southern province of Adana is coming to light with archaeological work that is revealing the ancient city’s rich history Hurriyet News

Is this what Siberian men used to shave in 2,000BC? Siberian Times

November 13th, 2014 Edition

A peek inside a Viking piggybank: CT scans of treasure chest reveal hidden brooches, gold ingots and ivory beads Mail Online

Scientists: Glass dish unearthed in Nara came from Roman Empire Asahi Shimbun

Archaeologists unearth ancient coins and dietary options PhysOrg

Did men evolve navigation skill to find mates? Spatial ability, roaming distance linked to number of lovers Science Daily

Secrets in stone: Art historian cracks the code of an ancient temple Science Daily

November 12th, 2014 Edition

Who built this Siberian summer palace… and why? Experts still divided over mysterious 1,300-year-old fortress-like structure located on island in middle of lake Siberian Times

Unlooted tomb discovered in Aigai necropolis eKathimerini

Researchers Challenge Accepted Theory on Tool Use Among Primates-Alternative view has implications for development of tool use among early human ancestors Popular Archaeology

Cappadocia’s 11,000-year-old settlement thrills experts Hurriyet Daily News

Amphipolis skeleton from Alexander's time found in Greece BBC News

November 9th to 11th, 2014 Edition

Unique Roman relief discovered: Depiction of unknown god in Turkey; Relics from 2,000 years of cult history excavated Science Daily

More on Europe Was a Melting Pot From the Start, Ancient DNA Reveals National Geographic

Archaeologists unearth 5,000-year-old footprints-The discovery was made during the excavation of the Femern Bælt tunnel Copenhagen Post

Aerial survey uncovers 2,000 archaeological sites on Exmoor Western Morning News

Mycenean artifacts found in Bodrum Hurriyet News

Road work unearths Phoenician grotto in south Lebanon The Daily Star

'Twin’ Ice Age Infants Discovered in 11,500-Year-Old Alaska Grave Western Digs

1,000-Year-Old Tomb Reveals Murals, Stars & Poetry Live Science

'Prehistoric basket' uncovered by tide on North Uist BBC News

The cave paintings of Valltorta-Gassulla could be dated in absolute terms thanks to new analyses Science Daily

Archaeologists Investigate Underground Pyramidal Structure Beneath Orvieto, Italy Popular Archaeology

November 7th & 8th, 2014 Edition

Ancient DNA shows earliest European genomes weathered the Ice Age EurekAlert

Bell of captain’s ship recovered from Franklin Expedition Globe and Mail

Shipwreck thought to date back to Joseon found Korea Herald

Roman pond found at Barnham archaeological site BBC News

Archaeologists study Thracian burial ground and settlement in Romania Past Horizons

November 6th, 2014 Edition

Complete 9,000-year-old frozen bison mummy found in Siberia EurekAlert

Medieval chess pieces found in Northampton dig BBC News

New mosaics unearthed in ancient city of Zeugma Hurriyet News

Archaeologists Uncover Veliki Preslav's Eastern Gate Novinite

More on Thousands of ancient artifacts uncovered at awesome Mexican temple Houston Chronicle

November 4th & 5th, 2014 Edition

The dead man who wasn’t there (commentary) eKathimerini

Wreck of 17th-Century Dutch Warship Discovered Discovery

Ancient Greek Port Revealed Near Corinth, Peloponnese Greek Reporter

Children from lost civilisation 'helped build' geoglyph some 6,000 years ago Siberian Times

Witchmarks to protect King James I from evil found at Knole House-Symbols found carved under the floorboards during archaeological survey Independent UK

2000-year-old youth organization Science Daily

Archaeologists Uncover Massive Fortifications in Ancient City of King Midas-Terraced wall dated to 9th century BCE revealed, other new features unearthed Popular Archaeology

Population boom, droughts contributed to collapse of ancient Assyrian Empire PhysOrg

November 1st to 3rd, 2014 Edition

Hoard of 17th century artefacts found at Rathfarnham Castle Irish Times

King Thutmosis III's temple found by accident Gulf News

Archaeologists uncover remains of pre-Columbian village in central Colombia Columbia Reports

Mega wave hit Oman's coast 4,500 years ago Times of Oman

Archeology: Evidence scant for ancient Muslims in America Columbus Dispatch
and this Pre-Columbian Muslims In Ohio? Ohio Archaeology

Eight Square Meter Vault and Marble Door Found in Amphipolis Tomb Greek Reporter

Magnificent Ancient Roman Silver Treasure Revealed Popular Archaeology

Roman skeletons found in Worcestershire Worcester News

October 31st, 2014 Edition

Three Egyptian mummies receive CT scans Washington University

Rewriting history: 400-year-old battle in County Fermanagh BBC News

Slandering Tutankhamun? The results of a virtual autopsy on the mummy of the boy king Tutankhamun have triggered the anger of Egyptian Egyptologist Al-Ahram Weekly

Signs carved in the trees reveal the mysteries of the past Science in Poland

Pirate Blackbeard's Newly Recovered Cannon to be Shared with Public Popular Archaeology

October 30th, 2014 Edition

Mexico archaeologists explore Teotihuacan tunnel Charlotte Observer

Fossilized maize, rice found in Temanggung Jakarta Post

Ancient Stone Circles Leave Archaeologists Puzzled Live Science

Bulgarian archaeologists find skeleton of child buried with anti-vampire ritual Sofia Globe

Amazon Warriors Did Indeed Fight and Die Like Men-Book Review National Geographic

Small clue to Neolithic Cham flint traders Past Horizons

Medieval oak timbers and hexagonal harbour discovered on west coast of Scotland Past Horizons

Archaeologists Excavate Earthquake-Devastated Roman City Popular Archaeology

October 26th to 29th, 2014 Edition

Another of Blackbeard's cannons recovered off NC WSOC TV

Defining the occupational chronology of Mont Castel Past Horizons

Astronomical Find: Ancient Greek Wine Cup May Show Constellations Live Science

Ancient auditory illusions reflected in prehistoric art? EurekAlert
and this Sound Phenomena Influenced Ancient Art and Architecture, Say Researchers Popular Archaeology

Jamestown Dig Update: Archaeologists Look for Clues About Pit Outside Fort Walls Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Divers Unearth a Piece of Roman Empire at 2,000-Year-Old Shipwreck ABC News

Peruvian dig reveals sacrificial mystery PhysOrg

Amelia Earhart Plane Fragment Identified Discovery

Archaeological Society in St. Louis Places Ancient Artifacts on the Auction Block-Archaeological Institute of America expresses grave concerns Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists find 'sensational' fertility genius, godheads and oil lamps in Roman Cumbria Culture 24

October 25th, 2014 Edition

Remains of French ship being reassembled in Texas PhysOrg

Thirteen-Angled Stone Found at Inca Site of Inkawasi Peruvian Times

Roman-Britons had less gum disease than modern Britons EurekAlert

17th-Century Vaults Unearthed in 13th-Century Irish Church Irish Examiner

October 24th, 2014 Edition

More on Ice age Andes settlement found at record high altitude CBC News
and this Archaeologists Discover Highest Altitude Ice Age Human Occupation Site Popular Archaeology

Ancient City Ruled by Genghis Khan's Heirs Revealed Live Science

Genomic data support early contact between Easter Island and Americas EurekAlert
and this Genetic Study Shows Early Contact Between Easter Islanders and South Americans Popular Archaeology

Phaistos disk decoded? Discovery

Traces of Germanic people from the turn of the fourth and fifth century AD in the cave Wisielucha in the Kraków-Czestochowa Upland have been discovered Science in Poland

Grave robbers plunder ancient Danish burial sites Copenhagen Post

October 23rd, 2014 Edition

Bronze Age pottery find in archaeological dig on Lewis BBC News

Ten years on, scientists still debating the origins of Homo floresiensis—the 'Hobbit' PhysOrg

Oldest DNA ever found sheds light on humans' global trek PhysOrg

More on Silent evidence of the earthquake of 363 CE Science Daily

Paleo-Indian hunters ventured high into the Andes Mountains as early as 12,800 years ago, as much as two thousand years sooner than previously thought National Geographic

October 21st & 22nd, 2014 Edition

Idols of Jain Tirthankaras belonging to 4th century unearthed Times of India

Jerusalem stone may answer Jewish revolt questions Associated Press\Yahoo News

Everglades trail surveyed for cultural artifacts PhysOrg

Archaeologists Unearth Bronze Belt Of Bulgar Warrior Novinite

NOAA team discovers two vessels from WWII convoy battle off North Carolina-German U-boat 576 and freighter Bluefields found within 240 yards of one another National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Thaw reveals photographer’s notebook from Captain Scott’s Antarctic hut The Guardian UK

Bear skeleton sheds light on 2,800-year-old Chinese ritual Xinhuanet

Where Mud Is Archaeological Gold, Russian History Grew on Trees New York Times

October 18th to 20th, 2014 Edition

10 ancient ships found in Binh Chau waters: archaeologists Vietnam Net

6,000-Year-Old Temple with Possible Sacrificial Altars Discovered in Ukraine Live Science

A suspected witch bottle has been unearthed by archaeologists during a dig at the site of the new Civil War Centre in Nottinghamshire BBC News

Roman Gladiators ate a mostly vegetarian diet and drank a tonic of ashes after training Science Daily

14th century birch bark scrolls preserved in mud tell Novgorod’s story Past Horizons

Researchers Discover Prehistoric Human Habitation Sites in the Nefud Desert Popular Archaeology

Farmer’s discovery of mastodon tooth turns field into archaeological dig site Columbus Dispatch

Arthritis rediagnosis in Egyptian pharaohs Science Magazine

October 17th, 2014 Edition

Hallucinogenic Plants May Be Key to Decoding Ancient Southwestern Paintings, Expert Says Western Digs

High Tetons surrender clues about prehistoric residents Jackson Hole News

Amphipolis Mosaic Depicts Pluto’s Abduction of Persephone Greek Reporter

October 15th & 16th, 2014 Edition

Russian Archaeologists Discover Cave Paintings Dated 3000 BC Moscow Times

Possible prehistoric barbeque pit discovered Cyprus Mail

Largest Pottery Workshop of Greek Antiquity Found Discovery

New health scans provide data on ancient mummies PhysOrg

Archaeologists have discovered a sunken village from millennia ago Science in Poland

Archaeologists Make Surprising Discovery at Neolithic Site in Scotland Popular Archaeology

Archaeological glass artefacts shed new light on Swedish glass history Innovations Reports

More on Archeologists unearth 3,300 year old complex in Israel PhysOrg

A strange chunk of rock discovered in Russia more than 20 years ago appears to be a combination sundial and moondial from the Bronze Age Discovery

Archaeologists Excavate Roman Frontier Site in Romania Popular Archaeology

Iconic 2,500 year old Siberian princess 'died from breast cancer', reveals MRI scan Siberian Times

October 14th, 2014 Edition

More on Mosaic uncovered in northern Greece could mark royal Macedonian tomb Guardian UK

Fossilized Bladder Stone Found in Medieval Cemetery Discovery

University of Leicester archaeologists discover bronze remains of Iron Age chariot EurekAlert

Ancient Sailors Made Sacrifices on Ships Discovery

Mystery of mass graves in ancient Roman village under examination Hurriyet News

October 11th to 13th, 2014 Edition

Storm God Worship: Ancient Cult Complex Discovered in Israel Live Science

Hermes Mosaic Unearthed at Ancient Greek Tomb Live Science\Yahoo News

Ancient Rome’s German, Swiss legacy preserved Union Tribune

Treasure hunter finds Viking hoard The Times UK

Beyond Angkor: How lasers revealed a lost city BBC Magazine

Archaeologists studied 6 thousand years old settlement Science in Poland

October 11th, 2014 Edition

Drought exposes once-submerged Oregon town to archaeological dig Reuters\Yahoo News

More on Scientists hope to unravel mystery of the ‘Titanic of the ancient world’ The Guardian

'Vampire grave' found in Bulgaria The Telegraph

October 9th & 10th, 2014 Edition

Remains of Alexander the Great's Father Confirmed Found Discovery

A New Type of Inscribed Copper Plate from Indus Valley (Harappan) Civilisation Ancient Asia Journal

Greek Bronze Age ended 100 years earlier than thought, new evidence suggests EurekAlert

Ancient Indonesian rock paintings rewrite art history ABC Science

Treasure aplenty in ancient Spanish tomb raid New Scientist

Stunning Finds from Ancient Greek Shipwreck-New Antikythera Discoveries Prove Luxury Cargo Survives Woods Hole Oceanographic

October 8th, 2014 Edition

Face of a Roman goddess unearthed for the first time in 1,800 years: Finely carved stone head depicts ancient idol Brigantia Mail Online

5,000-year-old Harappan stepwell found in Kutch, bigger than Mohenjodaro's Times of India

Bronze age palace and grave goods discovered at the archaeological site of La Almoloya in Pliego, Murcia Science Daily

The first Polish archaeological project in Tanzania Science in Poland

Archaeologists Uncover Paleoindian Habitation in Upland Area of Tennessee Popular Archaeology

Rare Bronze Age knife discovered in southern Zealand The Copenhagen Post

Important Inca remains found in central Peru Global Post

October 7th, 2014 Edition

Alaska Volcano Blanketed Europe with Ash 1,200 Years Ago Live Science\Yahoo News

Tracing our ancestors at the bottom of the sea Science Daily

Skeleton of Possible 'Witch Girl' Found Discovery

'Significant' Neolithic pottery found at site on Scilly Isles The Cornishman

An Ancient Ritual Bath and Graffiti left by Australian Soldiers during the Second World War were Exposed at Ha-Ela Junction Israel Antiquities Authority

Columbus’ Departure Point Finally Confirmed Latin American Herald Tribune

October 4th to 6th, 2014 Edition

Archaeological dig near Alaska village yields ancient hair News Miner

Paisley Caves added to U.S. list of most important archaeological sites The Oregonian

More on UNESCO report: Wreck off Haiti not 'Santa Maria' PhysOrg

Opinion: More Archaeological Finds Coming Through Tech Discovery

Climate Change Influenced Early Modern Human Occupation of Moroccan Caves, Say Scientists Popular Archaeology

October 3rd, 2014 Edition

And now the Acropolis is crumbling... PhysOrg

Builders disturbed early Maori site, court told New Zealand Herald

'Beardless Jesus' found in Spain BBC News

Mummified Fetus Reveals Ancient Surgical Procedure Discovery

Brain Evolution Study Yields Surprising Finds Popular Archaeology

Proposed Annapolis development could have Civil War past Baltimore Sun

Wreck thought to be from Mongol invasion attempt found near Nagasaki Asahi Shimbun

Ancient male warriors showed signs of vanity Science Nordic

Artifacts of Christian Nubia Revealed Popular Archaeology

October 2nd, 2014 Edition

More on Archaeological roundup: Finds in Bulgaria include ancient coins, a basilica and an inn in Philippopolis Sofia Globe

New findings in the Archaeological site of El Castillon (North-western Spain) contribute to the understanding of the settlement’s inhabitation Agencia Iberoamericana

Marble door discovered in Amphipoli reinforces theory of ancient Macedonian tomb eKathimerini

Franklin expedition ship found in Arctic ID'd as HMS Erebus CBC News

September 30th & October 1st, 2014 Edition

Two Basketmaker Villages Discovered in Arizona Western Digs

Pirate Attacks & Corrupt Clergy: Vatican Archives Reveal Secrets Live Science

Winds favoured Polynesian migration ABC Science News

Sophisticated 600-Year-Old Canoe Discovered in New Zealand Live Science\Yahoo News

'Dracula's Dungeon' Discovered by Archaeologists at Tokat Castle in Turkey International Business Times

Hittite tablet to be deciphered with 3D Hurriyet News

Archeology Students Discover Prehistoric Sweat Lodge St. Louis University

The first South Americans: Extreme living-After humans arrived in South America, they quickly spread into some of its most remote corners Nature

New Polish archaeological project in Jordan Science in Poland

September 28th & 29th, 2014 Edition

Facts not ‘flexible’ in dating earliest Americans Columbus Dispatch
and this Who Were The Very First Americans? Ohio Archaeology

Ancient swordsman’s grave could hold many more secrets YLE News

Unique archaeological discovery in Suprasl Science in Poland

Archaeological findings shed light on massive 363 CE earthquake in Galilee Jerusalem Post

New finds from Bulgaria’s Perperikon unveiled Sofia Globe

Ancient human genome from southern Africa throws light on our origins Science Daily

Egyptian Mummy's Brain Imprint Preserved in 'Peculiar' Case Live Science

September 27th, 2014 Edition

Italian-Spanish archeologists to launch dig into Luxor tomb ANSAmed

Check out what archaeologists uncover in Nazareth, PA The Morning Call

More on Stone Age site challenges old archaeological assumptions about human technology EurekAlert

September 26th, 2014 Edition

Official: Wreck off Haiti likely not Columbus ship Philadelphia Daily News

Roman 20,000 coins hoard 'among largest' BBC News

Prehistoric Stone Tools Evolved Independently Within Local Populations, Say Researchers Popular Archaeology

Did the Vikings Get a Bum Rap? National Geographic

September 24th & September 25th, 2014 Edition

Earliest sign of human habitation in Canada may have been found CBC News

Numerous finds in a Roman camp Science in Poland

Music chamber found in ancient city of Isos Hurriyet News

Ancient Chinese nomadic campsite unearthed The Hindu

Al-Alamein site to re-open Al-Ahram Weekly

Mesolithic sanctuary reveals constellation riddle Past Horizons

London archaeologists seek public’s help to restore Temple of Mithras Guardian UK

September 20th to September 23rd, 2014 Edition

Pharaoh-Branded Amulet Found at Ancient Copper Mine in Jordan Live Science

More on Islamic State threatens ancient sites in Iraq, Syria The Times of Israel

Greeks captivated by Alexander-era tomb at Amphipolis BBC News

Analysis of ancient human bones supports the idea that the first inhabitants of Vanuatu developed horticulture as they ran out of wild resources ABC News

Nazca Lines of Kazakhstan: More Than 50 Geoglyphs Discovered Live Science

Firelight talk of the Kalahari Bushmen: Did tales told over fires aid our social and cultural evolution? Science Daily

Amazon Warriors' Names Revealed Amid 'Gibberish' on Ancient Greek Vases National Geographic

Rich archaeological finds in Burdag Science in Poland

Study shows early modern human settlement in Central Europe over 43,000 years ago Popular Archaeology
and this They weren’t wimps: how modern humans, like Neanderthals, braved the northern cold University of Cambridge

Roman Emperor Augustus' frescoed rooms unveiled for first time after years of restoration Art Daily

September 19th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists unearth Byzantine Age compound near Jerusalem New Kerala

More on 'Lost chapel' skeletons found holding hands after 700 years PhysOrg

Engineers found Teutonic axes in the Forest District Wipsowo Science in Poland

September 18th, 2014 Edition

More on Historic shipwrecks discovered in San Francisco Western Digs

New high-resolution satellite image analysis: 5 of 6 Syrian World Heritage sites 'exhibit significant damage' EurekAlert

Prehistoric pit discovered on Coney Island beach Irish Times

Stonehenge: children revealed to be the metal workers of prehistoric Britain The Guardian UK

Village from the Roman period discovered in the Carpathians Science in Poland

Tlatilco burial artefacts reveal Olmec connection Past Horizons

September 14th to September 17th, 2014 Edition

Massive 5,000-Year-Old Stone Monument Revealed in Israel Live Science

Turkey: millennia-old sunken ship discovered at Urla port ANSAmed

Hitting the jackpot on a dig in Gernsheim: Long lost Roman fort discovered Science Daily

More on Bodies found in Durham still remain a mystery Past Horizons

3rd Room of Ancient Greek Tomb Revealed Discovery

Ancient People of Teotihuacan Drank Milky Alcohol, Pottery Suggests Live Science

‘Ottoman shopping malls’ revealed in Van excavations Hurriyet News

Ancient Egyptian Woman with 70 Hair Extensions Discovered Live Science

New branch added to European family tree EurekAlert

NOAA team reveals forgotten ghost ships off Golden Gate EurekAlert

Modern forensic techniques identify most likely cause of King Richard III’s death Science Daily

Historians uncover the truth of Gallipoli's underground war between Diggers and Turks The Age

Viking Blacksmith’s Grave Uncovered in Norway Irish Archaeology

Village from the Roman period discovered in the Carpathians Science in Poland

Kingdom of Kush Iron Industry Works Discovered Popular Archaeology

September 10th to September 13th, 2014 Edition

Two 1,000-year-old skeletons holding hands found by archaeologists in Leicestershire Leicester Mercury

Diver finds 2750-year-old gold coin in Bulgaria Sofia Globe

Ancient Tomb of First Emperor Qin Shi Huang's Grandmother Discovered in Xi'an International Business Times

Teenager stumbles on 3,000-year-old bronze sword in river Xinhuanet

Pyramid restoration restarts-Work on Djoser’s Step Pyramid in Saqqara is continuing despite a contracting controversy Al-Ahram Weekly

Neolithic necropolis contains twenty monumental tombs Past Horizons

Early Humans in Northern Saudi Arabia Were a Diverse Lot, Says Study Popular Archaeology

Mystery Surrounds Skeletons in Mass Grave Popular Archaeology

September 5th to September 9th, 2014 Edition

Millennia-old sunken ship could be world’s oldest, researchers suggest Hurriyet News

Archaeology: 2014 finds in Bulgaria include Roman statues, pottery workshop, child’s toy Sofia Globe

Archaeologists Discover 1,000-Year-Old Viking ‘Parliament’ in Scotland The Epoch Times

Warrior's 3,900 year old suit of bone armour unearthed in Omsk Siberian Times

Enigmatic Viking fortress discovered in Denmark EurekAlert
and this Viking 'ring fortress' discovered in Denmark Telegraph UK

China: Shang or Zhou dynasty sword found in Jiangsu BBC News

Copper Age settlement discovered in central Spain PhysOrg

Inscriptions reveal Parion’s importance Hurriyet News

The Kennewick Man Finally Freed to Share His Secrets Smithsonian

3,000-Year-Old Golden Bowl Hides a Grisly Archaeological Tale Live Science

Study traces ecological collapse over 6,000 years of Egyptian history University of California-Santa Cruz

Franklin expedition ship pieces believed discovered in Arctic CBC News

Update: Female Sculptures Guard Mysterious Tomb in Greece Discovery

Research Shows Early Neanderthal Extinction on Iberian Peninsula Popular Archaeology

September 4th, 2014 Edition-Off to the mountains for a couple of days, will post if I have connection

Turkish archeologists unearthed a Roman era church dating back to the fourth century A.D. in Gracanica, located near Pristina, Kosovo Daily Sabah

A Wealthy Roman woman's jewellery has been found during excavations in Colchester Gazette News

Stone Age Boat Discovered Off the Coast of Denmark Copenhagen Post

Ancient Last Supper charm found in John Rylands Library BBC News

September 3rd, 2014 Edition

First Columbian Mammoth Found With Hair Western Digs

Archaeologist 'digs' using drone for fieldwork in Armenia PhysOrg

Psychedelic Culture Tripped Circa 500 A.D. Discovery

Archaeologists study the village of Scandinavian settlers in Suchan Science in Poland

Ancient 6,500-Year-Old Skeleton from Ur Excavations Gets a Public Audience Popular Archaeology

September 2nd, 2014 Edition

Experts seek to save Haiti's archaeological sites Yahoo News

Archaeologists rush to save Yup'ik treasures threatened by vanishing shoreline Alaska Dispatch News

Archaeologists say 'special' longhouse could reveal life during Scottish Middle Ages Culture 24

Ancient footprints discovered in Bursa Hurriyet News

More on Siberians came to North American Arctic in two waves Science News

Politicized archaeology (commentary) eKathimerini

From Silk Tunics to Relics University of Bonn\AlphaGalileo

August 31st & September 1st, 2014 Edition

Study claims cave art made by Neanderthals San Francisco Chronicle

Royal bronze chariot found after 3,000 years China Daily

Societal changes in Bronze Age Arabia... here’s the tooth in the matter The National\Yahoo News

A Glance into the Lives of the Roman Peasantry: Four Weeks of Excavation with the Roman Peasant Project Penn Museum

Figurines provide clue to Olmec trading links in Mexico Past Horizons

Polish archaeologists in on the Red Sea port Science in Poland

Video: Human Evolution and Why it Matters-A conversation with Richard Leakey and Donald Johanson Popular Archaeology

August 30th, 2014 Edition

Stonehenge 'complete circle' evidence found BBC News

Göbeklitepe: The world’s oldest sculpture workshop Hurriyet News

Eighteenth century artifacts — including a British half-penny — found during Camp Security dig Evening Sun

August 29th, 2014 Edition

More on The strange history of the North American Arctic Science AAAS

Researchers search for evidence of earliest inhabitants of Central Great Plains PhysOrg

Complete Inuvialuit driftwood house found in Mackenzie Delta-Max Friesen hopes to complete excavation before erosion destroys the cruciform pit house CBC News

Neolithic site dating back 5,000 yrs discovered in Central China China Daily

Archaeologists discovered the 'Warmia Pompeii' - fourteenth century settlement Science in Poland

August 27th & 28th, 2014 Edition

Archaeology: Bulgaria’s latest ‘vampire’ skeleton found in Plovdiv Sofia Globe

Vikings were experts in recycling and reclamation Irish Examiner

Ancient Metal Workers Were Not Slaves But Highly Regarded Craftsmen American Friends of Tel Aviv University

Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away Washington Post

Ancient Arabian Stones Hint at How Humans Migrated Out of Africa Live Science

Update: Tomb Raiders Likely Plundered Ancient Greek Site Discovery

Hadrian's Wall dig unearths 2,000-year-old toilet seat BBC News

2,700-Year-Old Phoenician Shipwreck Discovered Discovery

Study Shows Advantage of Stone-Tipped Spears for Prehistoric Humans Popular Archaeology

Wine and herbal residues found in Bronze Age palace cellar jars-Finding provides additional insight on Canaanite Bronze Age culture Popular Archaeology

Scientists Reveal the Genetic Prehistory of the New World Arctic Peoples: Paleo-Eskimo people occupied the Arctic for more than 4,000 years, say researchers Popular Archaeology

August 24th to 26th, 2014 Edition

Byzantium king tomb turning into garbage dump Hurriyet News

Indigenous people knew little about vast ancient American earthworks Columbus Dispatch
and this American Indian Oral Traditions and Ohio's Earthworks Ohio Archaeology

Archaeologists Excavate Endangered Maya Site-Along with research, scientists campaign for funding to save the site from destruction Popular Archaeology

Russian Archaeologists Search for Remains of Ancient Civilization Under Lake Issyk Kul Novosti

New dates for famed North American rock art Western Digs

Unearthed in Croatia, the Stone Age Aga: Archaeologists discover 6,500-year-old oven that provided cooked food, heating and hot water like modern day version Daily Mail

Mighty Siberian hero warrior reveals his secrets from almost 1,000 years ago Siberian Times

Ancient Shipwreck off Malta Leaves 700 BC Cargo Associated Press

Update: Greek archaeologists enter large underground tomb PhysOrg

More on Bibracte: where Julius Caesar completed his 'Gallic Wars' Past Horizons

Study Raises Questions About Evolution of the Human Brain-Scientists say the famous Taung Child's skull not human-like in expansion Popular Archaeology

August 21st & 23rd, 2014 Edition

Ancient settlement found in Kazakhstan Tengri News

More on Sphinxes Emerge From Huge Ancient Greek Tomb Discovery

10th Century buckles with imperial symbols found in Bulgaria’s Pliska Sofia Globe

Copper awl from Jordan Valley is oldest metal ever discovered in Middle East Jerusalem Post

Paleolithic 'escargot' Eurekalert

Earlier dates for Neandertal extinction cause a fuss Science News

Archaeological Finds of Ancient Arabia to be Shown Popular Archaeology

August 19th & 20th, 2014 Edition

Violence in the Ancient Southwest Offers Insights Into Peace, Study Says Western Digs

Archaeologists Find Humans Were Eating Snails 30,000 Years Ago-The finds push back consumption of the invertebrate by 10,000 years Popular Archaeology

2,800-Year-Old Zigzag Art Found in Greek Tomb Live Science

Gold coin may be key to solve Sweden's 'Pompeii' The Local

Unique figurines found in Patara Hurriyet News

August 17th & 18th, 2014 Edition

Demolished cottages and Roman pottery found Loughborough Echo

Before they left Africa, early modern humans were 'culturally diverse' PhysOrg

Professor works to help solve mystery surrounding portrait of a mummy PhysOrg

‘Significant’ human burial site uncovered by archaeologists in Cyprus Cyprus Mail

Excavations in Kyzikos to search for Hadrian relief Hurriyet News

Excavation ‘very likely’ to redefine the Zoroastrianism’s origin CCTV China

Polish archaeologists study Celtic oppidum in France Science in Poland

Study Sheds Light on Human Evolution Popular Archaeology

Scientists Confirm Richard III Led a Royal Lifestyle Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists have discovered the remains of at least two bodies in a Bronze Age burial cist in a remote area of the west Highlands

Centuries-old baby rattle among Kültepe findings Hurriyet News

August 13th to 16th, 2014 Edition

Egyptian mummification started much earlier than previously thought, say researchers Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists of Time Team America Return for Second Season-Four new episodes relate new discoveries at historic and prehistoric sites in the U.S. Popular Archaeology

More evidence of Kourion earthquake Cyprus Mail

6th-century tumulus built like step pyramid first of its kind in Japan Asahi Shimbum

Archaeologists shocked to find 5,000-year-old battlefield in prehistoric Cardiff Culture 24

Archaeologists compare Neolithic Kent site to Stonehenge, find Bronze Age funerary monument Culture 24

Archaeologists uncover vast ancient tomb in Greece-Site dates to end of Alexander the Great's reign in 4th century BC and may be grave of a prominent Macedonian, say officials Guardian UK

Ancient Maya Cities Found in Jungle Discovery

Fisherman Pulls Up Beastly Evidence of Early Americans Discovery

Middle Palaeolithic carcass processing site in France Past Horizons

200-year-old bottle recovered from the bottom of the Gulf of Gdansk contained alcohol Science in Poland

August 9th to 12th, 2014 Edition

On the hunt for an ancient society in Lake Huron Globe and Mail

Archeological dig reveals Abenaki fortress in Quebec CBC News

Bath under Byzantine-era church to come to light soon Hurriyet News

'Evil Eye' Box Among Discoveries in Ancient Nile River Cemetery Live Science

Prehistoric aspirin found in Colorado pottery Western Digs

Greek tomb at Amphipolis is 'important discovery' BBC News

Polish archaeologists discovered Roman baths in Georgia Science in Poland

Archaeologists Reveal the Stories of Two 18th Century American Ships Popular Archaeology

August 8th, 2014 Edition

Fifth century Christian basilica found in Bulgaria’s Bourgas Sofia Globe

14th century Polynesian settlement discovered Waikato Times

More on Skeleton in the closet identified: Bones from ancient Ur Science News

August 7th, 2014 Edition

Excavation of ancient well yields insight into Etruscan, Roman and medieval times EurekAlert

More on New geoglyphs found in Nazca desert after sandstorm PhysOrg

Stone Age Skull May Contain Bits of Brain Matter Discovery

Four decades of violence in 12th century Mesa Verde Past Horizons

Archaeology: Diverse Diet in Icelandic Cloisters Iceland Review

Egyptologist sheds light on Tulane mummies Tulane University

'Truly unexpected' pink granite boulder of ancient Scottish Picts revealed in Aberdeenshire Culture 24

August 3rd to 6th, 2014 Edition

Archeological teams unearth history in historic Crete Sacramento Bee

2,100-Year-Old King's Mausoleum Discovered in China Live Science

More on Mummies reveal hardened arteries-Something modern Egyptians, pharaohs, native Peruvians and a Renaissance-era king shared: heart disease Science News

Alston pupils unearth 4,000-year-old gold hair tress BBC News

New Nazca Lines geoglyphs uncovered by gales and sandstorms in Peru Independent UK

Ancient Money Box from Second Temple Era Discovered Near Jerusalem–Tel Aviv Highway Jewish Press

Come siren or rocket, dedicated archeologists keep digging at Tel Gezer on coastal plain Jerusalem Post

University of Pennsylvania Museum finds quite the skeleton in its closet Philadelphia Inquirer

Did the 'Hobbit' have Down syndrome? ABC News

Europe's oldest village sought under Greek bay KRMG News

August 2nd, 2014 Edition

Elite Turkic warrior burial discovered in Kazakhstan Tengri News

Danish Iron Age village to be re-born Past Horizons

Archaeology without a shovel-Modern archaeologists send radio waves into the earth to find unknown cultural heritage Science Nordic

July 31st & August 1st, 2014 Edition

High-karat religious artifact found in Florida Florida Today

Ice Age lion gets its head back The Local

Scientists solve 2000-year-old mystery of the binding media in China's polychrome Terracotta Army EurekAlert

Merovingian necropolis reveals 300 graves Past Horizons

Archaeologists will look for knights' weapons in the lakes around Grunwald Science in Poland

July 29th & 30th, 2014 Edition

Violent aftermath for the warriors at Alken Enge Aarhus University

Excavation finds courthouse where Lincoln worked Washington Times

Tree Rings Solve Mystery of World Trade Center Ship Discovery

Marshall isle erosion exposes bones of possible Japanese war dead Yomiuri Shimbun

Altars dedicated to Roman god Jupiter, classical temples intrigue Maryport archaeologists Culture 24

Ice age lion figurine: Ancient fragment of ivory belonging to 40,000 year old animal figurine unearthed Science Daily

Analysis confirms dairy farming in prehistoric Finland Past Horizons

French sites pillaged by wannabe archaeologist The Local

A cup believed to have been used by Classical Greek statesman Pericles has been found in a pauper's grave in north Athens eKathimerini

July 26th & 28th, 2014 Edition

Wari geoglyph found in southern Peru Peru this Week

Viking warriors and treasures are buried beneath Dublin Irish Central

Buried secrets of medieval Leith uncovered Edinburgh News

Archaeologists have recently revealed their findings of old tombs excavated in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre Vietnam Net

Did Deforestation Really Lead to Societal Collapse in Chaco Canyon? Popular Archaeology

Recent excavation may reveal Cahokia Mounds inhabitants' beliefs The News Democrat

July 24th & 25th, 2014 Edition

Egyptian Carving Defaced by King Tut's Possible Father Discovered Live Science

Mexican archaeologists find Pre-Hispanic mortuary bundle in the State of Hidalgo Art Daily

Southend shipwreck The London 'similar to Mary Rose' BBC News

Wyoming cave with fossil secrets to be excavated PhysOrg

Dig Reveals More About Maryport Roman Temples Site Popular Archaeology

Penn Museum, Smithsonian Offer Training, Support for Syrian Museum Collections Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists discover ancient astronomy lab in northern Peru Peru This Week

Archaeologists discovered lost medieval town in Wielkopolska Science in Poland

Earlier Stone Age artifacts found in Northern Cape of South Africa Popular Archaeology

Ancient naval ram found in Phanagoria reveals history of popular unrest in 63 BC Popular Archaeology

July 23rd, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists find baths of 'sociable' Romans and early evidence of Christianity Culture 24

Archaeologists dig colonial battleground at Lake George Oneida Daily Dispatch

Ancient graffiti proves Spain's Irish links The Local

Vintage Bling: Ancient Celts May Have Had Shiny Dental Implants Live Science

July 20th to 22nd, 2014 Edition

Histories of ancient peoples written in their teeth Columbus Dispatch
and this Stories Hidden in Fort Ancient Teeth Ohio Archaeology

Archaeologists find bizarre burials in Burnt City Tehran Times

New archaeological finds uncovered at Wari complex in Peru Andina

The economic territory of Upper Palaeolithic groups is specified by flint University of the Basque Country

Archaeologists discover Roman 'free choice' cemetery in the 2,700-year-old ancient port of Rome Art Daily

70,000 year-old African settlement unearthed Past Horizons

Mysteries of medieval graffiti in England's churches BBC News

Archaeologists Find Temple Used by Ancient Shark Hunters Peruvian Times

Archaeologist Promotes Wonders of Digital Archaeology Popular Archaeology

'Pompeii of the north' revealed by archaeologists Popular Archaeology

July 18th & 19th, 2014 Edition

1,500-Year-Old Village, A Sign of ‘Revolution’ in the Southwest, Excavated in Colorado Western Digs

Romanian cave holds some of the oldest human footprints Science News

Artifacts detailing over 5,000 years of Philadelphia history have been buried beneath Interstate 95 NBC News

Burgenland's 'Stonehenge' discovery The Local

Archaeologists excavate NY Colonial battleground The GUardian UK

Archaeologists Uncover Lost Population of Ancient Amarna Popular Archaeology

July 15th to 17th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists find '8,000-year-old human skull containing brain matter' Independent UK

Archaeological site discovery offers Kotzebue a chance to explore its past Alaska Dispatch News

Ancient Priest's Tomb Painting Discovered Near Great Pyramid at Giza Live Science

Archaeologists Discover One of the Oldest Known Clovis Hunting Sites in North America Popular Archaeology
and this Ancient Clovis Elephant-Hunting Camp Discovered in Mexico Western Digs

Ötzi's non-human DNA: Opportunistic pathogen discovered in Iceman tissue biopsy Science Daily

More on Elite Gallic chariot burial revealed Past Horizons

Roman road discovered on an archaeological dig shows pot hole repairs PhysOrg

Archaeologists Find Evidence of Significant Plant Use Before Agriculture Popular Archaeology

July 13th & 14th, 2014 Edition

Prehistoric 'bookkeeping' continued long after invention of writing EurekAlert

More on Ancient Synagogue Mosaic Depicts Bloody Jewish Legend Yahoo News

Saharan remains may be evidence of first race war, 13,000 years ago Independent UK

Research Reveals Tonga's Role as Pacific Trade Hub PhysOrg

Ancient Coins Found Buried in British Cave Discovery

1,500-Year-Old Claws Intrigue Archaeologists in Peru NBC News

July 8th to 12th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists Investigate a Massive Ancient Mycenaean Citadel Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists mount search for lost French fleet of 1565 Florida Times Union

200-Year-Old Bottle of Seltzer Found in Shipwreck Discovery

Earliest Case of Down Syndrome Discovered in Medieval Cemetery Live Science

17th century crucifix unearthed in Newfoundland The Telegram

New mosaics discovered in synagogue excavations in Galilee University of North Carolina

Were Ancient Child Skulls Gifts to the Lake Gods? Live Science

Secrets of Salvadoran archaeological site revealed The Himalayan Times

July 5th to 7th, 2014 Edition

Forestry officials unearth stone spearheads in northern Lapland YLE News

Skeletons found in El Salvador shed light on pre-Hispanic life AFP\Yahoo News

Remains of Long-Lost Temple Discovered in Iraq Live Science

Amateur explorers find historic fort in Everglades Sun Sentinel

Mesolithic shamanistic meteorite talisman unearthed Past Horizons

World's earliest erotic graffiti found in unlikely setting on Aegean island Guardian UK

Dovedale Roman and Iron Age coins found after 2,000 years BBC News

Ancient Roman city discovered under Nile Delta silt Egypt Independent

Five 6,000-year-old sarcophagi unearthed in western Turkey Today's Zaman

Naval archaeologists think they’ve found the only example of armor from Carthage to survive the destruction of the city-state by Rome in 146BC Forbes

11,000 years old elk bones shrouded in mystery Science Nordic

Scientists are studying mummies from the Temple of Hatshepsut Science in Poland

Archaic Human Skull Discovery in China Sheds New Light on Later Human Evolution Popular Archaeology

July 4th, 2014 Edition

Japanese gold leaf artists worked on a nanoscale: X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy is a non-destructive way to date artwork Science Daily

Polish archaeologists discovered medieval bath in Albania Science in Poland

VIDEO: Five skeletons uncovered during big dig near Roman Villa Bournemouth Echo

July 1st to 3rd, 2014 Edition

More on Ancient Inuit hunting camp to be uncovered in Manitoba CBC News

Polish archaeologists discover graves, jewelry in Peruvian desert Peru This Week

Major Viking site discovery described as ‘mind-blowing’ Irish Central

Ancient jade casket found in Hebei The Standard

Prehistoric circle dated to same summer as Seahenge neighbour The Guardian UK

King Mentuhotep II's chapel unearthed in Sohag Ahram Online

Shah Jahan’s summer palace found near Taj Times of India

French archaeologists discover an exceptional Gallic chariot tomb at Warcq in France Art Daily

Native Americans Had a Precolonial Baby Boom Live Science

Unique 7th century silver bowl found in South Holland Past Horizons

Ten artists painted the Olmeca-Xicalanca Battle mural Past Horizons

Scientists revise timeline of human origins PhysOrg

Wroclaw archaeologists will conduct research in the Gobi Desert Science in Poland

June 29th & 30th, 2014 Edition

Three year dig uncovers medieval hospital The Journal

Blood residue from ancient American Indian tools revealing clues about life in the past Aiken Standard

The Hammer of Thor Past Horizons

Virtual flashlight reveals secrets of ancient artefacts New Scientist

Ancient site of Inuit found on coast of Hudson Bay Hamilton Spectator

Tattoos in ancient Egypt and Sudan British Museum

Wroclaw archaeologists discovered burial site of unknown culture in Peru Science in Poland

June 25th to 28th, 2014 Edition

4,000-Year-Old Burial with Chariots Discovered in South Caucasus Live Science

Archaeologists discovered a meteorite fragment in a 9 thousand years old hut Science in Poland

Archaeologists find 25 quipus at Inca site in Peru Peru this Week
and this More on Rare Incan 'Calculators' Found in Peru Discovery

Tang Dynasty ceramic unearthed at Central Java excavation site Jakarta Post

Evidence of Hobbling, Torture Discovered at Ancient Massacre Site in Colorado Western Digs

Neandertals ate their veggies, their feces reveal Science Magazine
and this Scientists Uncover Evidence of Early Human Diet Popular Archaeology

Unesco world heritage list tops 1,000 Past Horizons

June 24th, 2014 Edition

The logboats in the lake Current Archaeology

Demolitions reveal ancient Roman theater in Aegean town Hurriyet News

Danish antler axe find reveals Neolithic German trade Past Horizons

Explorer says Griffin shipwreck may be found Guardian UK

June 20th to 23rd, 2014 Edition

Bonaparte's cannons, guns found by Russian dive team in Egypt's Alexandria Ahram Online

The 'wonderful rubbish' of the Gilf Kebir desert Past Horizons

Hopewell excavation near Chillicothe seeks evidence of a ‘woodhenge’ Columbus Dispatch

Egyptologist unravels ancient mystery of lost army PhysOrg

Oldest ever schistosomiasis egg found may be first proof of early human technology exacerbating disease burden Science Daily

4,500-year-old food items found in cupboard in Bristol ITV

Sai Kung rock may hold key to To Kwa Wan relics’ history South China Morning Post

Archaeo-astronomy steps out from shadows of the past Science Daily

Polish archaeologists found tombs dating back four thousand years in Egypt Science in Poland

Wroclaw archaeologists discovered unknown structures in Egypt Science in Poland

Archaeologists Return to Ancient Megiddo Popular Archaeology

Archeologists unearth findings at biblical site dating back to Joshua and the Judges Jerusalem Post

The mystery of where Plymouth got its start-Archeologists dig deep for evidence of original palisades Boston Globe

June 17th to 19th, 2014 Edition

Melting Yukon ices reveals 5,000-year-old archaeological treasures Macleans

Temple discovered in northern Peru holds evidence of fire worship Peru this Week

Rome seeks £25 million to save Emperor Nero's lavish palace Telegraph UK

Earliest military camp discovered at Carnuntum, Austria Austrian Times

What amino acids in shells can tell us about Bronze Age people Science Daily

Bronze Age necropolis reveals variety of funerary practices Past Horizons

Vindolanda dig unearths rare Roman gold coin BBC News

Siberian Bronze Age skull reveals secrets of ancient society PhysOrg

Polish scientists will study the climate of Egypt thousands of years ago Science in Poland

Fossil Human Skulls Unearthed in Spanish Cave Shed Light on Neandertal Evolution Popular Archaeology

June 14th to 16th, 2014 Edition

Archaeological cave dig unearths artefacts from 45,000 years ago Sydney Morning Herald

4,000 year old royal tomb discovered in Luxor Daily News Egypt

Archaeology: Ancient cultures affected by climate change, too Columbus Dispatch
and this Archaeology and Climate Change Ohio History

Remains of 'End of the World' Epidemic Found in Ancient Egypt Live Science

Divers return to wrecksite of the Mary Rose Past Horizons

Archaeologists Return to Excavate Ancient Jaffa Popular Archaeology

Climate Change Prompted Migrations in Ancient Peru, Says Genetic Study Popular Archaeology

June 12th & 13th, 2014 Edition

Migration Period cremations unearthed in Poland Past Horizons

Archaeologists Excavate Roman Temple Area at Maryport Popular Archaeology

Drum excavations unearth medieval sanitation system Donside Piper News

Preserving the Battle of Hastings from 'contamination' Science Daily

Drunken revels depicted in 1800 year old mural Past Horizons

Archaeologists discover Britain's longest road to be 10,000 year old The Express UK

June 10th & 11th, 2014 Edition

Eleventh dynasty tomb discovered in Luxor Egypt Independent

Archaeologists find ketchup, fishy condiments, beer and radio remains at World War II Prisoner of War camp Culture24

2,300-year-old tomb with a corpse and daggers found in Sinaw-Oman Oman Observer

Ancient Mayan Altars, Sculpted Artwork Discovered in Guatemala Live Science

Seafarers brought Neolithic culture to Europe, gene study indicates EurekAlert

First atlas of Inuit Arctic trails launched Past Horizons

Puget Sound anchor might be from 1792 expedition PhysOrg

Archaeologists Campaign to Save Ancient Maya Sites Popular Archaeology

June 8th & 9th, 2014 Edition

Searching for lost English Civil War siegeworks Past Horizons

Ancient Love Inscriptions in Astypalea Greek Reporter

North Berstead warrior burial, Bognor Regis Thames Valley Archaeological Servies

New Inca road to Machu Picchu discovered Peru This Week

The Human Face Evolved from a Violent Past, Say Researchers Popular Archaeology

'Incredibly important' medieval find at Llanllyr, Ceredigion BBC News

Archaeologists plan to reconstruct ancient society of Burnt City Tehran Times

June 7th, 2014 Edition

Archeologists to launch historic fishing expedition off B.C.'s Haida Gwaii Global Post

Vinyl Records Excavated at Famous ’60s Commune Challenge ‘Hippie’ Stereotype, Study Says Western Digs

Looted stone of Roman mint reveals stories of prehistoric and medieval civilisations Culture 24

Scientist uses fossils to prove historic Ohio millstones have French origins Science Daily

June 5th & 6th, 2014 Edition

Archaeological dig reveals remains of buildings and tombs in Alambra Famagusta Gazette

Archaeologist questions lack of knowledge of Tuam burials Irish Times

Remains of a Jewish settlement from the Second Temple period were partially uncovered in the western and southern sections of Tel Hebron, near Tel Rumeida in Hebron Jewish Press

Mitochondrial DNA of first Near Eastern farmers is sequenced for the first time Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Wearable submarine to hunt for 2000-year-old computer New Scientist

Archaeologists of Historic Jamestown Release Native American Artifacts for Public View Popular Archaeology

June 1st to 4th, 2014 Edition

Vandals destroy prehistoric rock art in Libya's lawless Sahara Chicago Tribune

Archaeological sites targeted in Finland Alaska Dispatch

Distinct artwork reflects contact period in the regions PhysOrg

Relics dating back to 190 BC unearthed in archaeological dig-Pakistan Express Tribune

Spanish archaeologists find 9 mummies in Egypt La Prensa

Traces of ancient tsunami discovered in Gökçeada Hurriyet News

Finding the lost art of Angkor Wat-Paintings hidden for 500 years EurekAlert

Archaeologists find Bronze Age settlement beneath Aberdeen park and ride site Culture 24

Stonehenge builders' 'bright and airy' homes re-created BBC News

Viking Age Revninge woman: an exceptional find Past Horizons

A large Roman sanctuary found in northern France Past Horizons

UM students document features at buffalo jump Navajo Times

Medieval manholes: plumbers led the way in utility maintenance Science Daily

Archaeologists Excavate Lower City of Mycenae Popular Archaeology

Athboy discovery could be 3,000 year old baby Meath Chronicle

May 31st, 2014 Edition

These Are The World's Oldest Pants Business Insider

Egypt’s Looted Antiquities (commentary) New York Times

Fort found was home quarters to Roman infantry unit wielded to vanquish the Jews Haaretz

May 30th, 2014 Edition

Echoes of World War I at Camp Dodge archaeology dig Des Moines Register

Villager dipped his fishing net in the river and caught a 4,000 year old pagan god Siberian Times

East Lothian skeleton may be 10th Century Irish Viking king BBC News

Agronomic conditions in ancient Near East 12,000 years ago Science Daily

Unique Silk Cloth Found in Emperor Henry VII's Coffin Discovery

Caveman Campsite Unearthed at Construction Site in London Live Science

May 29th, 2014 Edition

Students Discover 7,000-Year-Old Mummy in Chile NDTV

Vandal scars iconic Utah rock art site Standard Examiner

Ancient Anatolian sites abandoned to their fate Hurriyet News

More on Richard III to be reburied in Leicester Current Archaeology

American's visit to Forbidden City revealed in old journal Live Science

More on Ptolemy in Beni Sweif Al-Ahram Weekly

Rare Crusade-Era Seal Discovered in Jerusalem Discovery

May 24th to 28th, 2014 Edition-I'm Back

New Paleolithic sites discovered in Hanzhong Basin, Central China PhysOrg

King Ptolemy II temple uncovered in Beni Suef Ahram Online

Mould for minting Roman coins found in Talkad Deccan Herald

Remains of burnt ancient city found in Chandigarh The Asian Age

Papal bulla discovered in the Czluchów castle Science in Poland

Rare 800 Yr Old Christian Monastery Seal Discovered in Jerusalem Jewish Press

Cod bones reveal 13th century origin of global fish trade PhysOrg

The Invisible Graffiti of Angkor Wat Science Magazine

Archaeologists have identified what could be remains of the earliest false tooth found in Western Europe BBC News

Burial reveals complex origins of metallurgy Past Horizons

Rock-Shelter in Spain Evidences Early Human Use of Fire Popular Archaeology

May 23rd, 2014 Edition

Prehistoric hunting scenes unearthed in Spanish cave The Art Newspaper

Archaeologists probe for Civil War Hampton's pioneering contraband slave camp Hampton Roads Daily Press

A well-preserved granary with at least seven rooms has been uncovered in Rakhigarhi Hindu Business Line

My kingdom for a grave: court rules on Richard III burial site PhysOrg

Long-Lost Mummy of Pharaoh's Foster Brother Found Discovery

Archaeologists Excavate for Archaic Greek City of Tenea Popular Archaeology

Maryport Roman Settlement Excavation Yields New Finds Popular Archaeology

May 20th to 22nd, 2014 Edition

Microbes from 1,500-year-old feces support archeological theories EurekAlert

Berkeley Lab Researchers Help Discover Rare Form of Iron Oxide in Ancient Chinese Pottery Berkeley Lab

Spanish Conquest May Have Altered Peru's Shoreline Science Now

Unique statue of Phoenician priest discovered in Sidon The Daily Star

Authorities Find Pre-Inca Site in Northern Piura Region Peruvian Times

Skeleton executed by sword blows to head poses questions on Norman Conquest Culture 24

Tests Suggest Age of Prehistoric Naples Canal WGCU News

GIS technology verifies Caesar and Helvetii history PhysOrg

May 17th to 19th, 2014 Edition

Earliest houses, Bronze Age cremations and tools found by archaeologists in Scotland Culture 24

Outlasting Dynasties, Now Emerging From Soot New York Times

Spiritual Power? 18th-Century Artifacts Unearthed in Caribbean Live Science

Ceremonial ‘Axis’ Road Discovered in Heart of Ancient City of Cahokia Western Digs

Lost Maya city of Noh Kah has been mapped Past Horizons

Angels, toilets and graffiti revealed at Sudanese monastery Past Horizons

Petra, built for the sun gods? CNN News

Funeral relics of pharaonic singer unearthed at Saqqara necropolis Ahram Online

Discovering the artists of the Eastern Sahara University of Cambridge

May 14th to 16th, 2014 Edition

Ancient rock art being defaced in Pilbara ABC News Australia

Comet theory false; doesn’t explain cold snap at the end of the Ice Age, Clovis changes or mass animal extinction Southern Methodist University

Climate change caused empire's fall, tree rings reveal Cornell Chronicle

An Iron Age village along with a host of ancient artefacts including tools and jewellery have been discovered on a construction site of a new bypass for a Scottish town The Scotsman

Tomb found in Ayios Silas in Limassol Cyprus Mail

New finds indicate tantric worship in South India 2000 years ago Digital Journal

One of oldest human skeletons in North America is discovered-Cave-diving scientist on team is available to discuss discovery and its underwater site EurekAlert

Dating and DNA show Paleoamerican-Native American connection EurekAlert
and this Oldest Most Complete Early American Skeleton Yields Clues to Native American Ancestry Popular Archaeology

Female body discovered in centuries-old tomb Hurriyet News

Ancient Roman Military Camp Unearthed in Eastern Germany Science Now

The Vandals: victims of a bad press? British Museum

Discovery of Polish scientists in a medieval monastery in Sudan Science in Poland

May 9th to 13th, 2014 Edition

Ramesside tomb of Egypt's royal ambasador discovered at Saqqara Ahram Online

Archaeology: A look back can help societies plan for the future Columbus Dispatch

OSU students study prehistoric Indian tools in Dublin field Columbus Dispatch

Archaeologists dig major new find at Pentridge Prison The Age

More on Animal Burials, Early Ruler, and Ivory Statue Unearthed in Egyptian Tomb Complex National Geographic

Mexican archaeologists excavate 1,600 year-old shaft tomb in the State of Zacatecas Art Daily

Archaeologists to Capture More Secrets of an American Civil War Vessel Popular Archaeology

What Did Ancient Egyptians Really Eat? Live Science

'Scotland's dodo' bone found at Scottish Seabird Centre dig BBC News

Found after 500 years, the wreck of Christopher Columbus’s flagship the Santa Maria Independent UK

Comet theory false; doesn’t explain cold snap at the end of the Ice Age, Clovis changes or mass animal extinction Southern Methodist University

Alcohol and drugs: Not just for modern humans Science Daily

May 7th & 8th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists say Stonehenge was 'London of the Mesolithic' in Amesbury investigation Culture24

Archaeologists discover 5,600-year-old preserved tomb in Egypt- Tomb’s preserved state will provide new information on pre-dynastic rituals Middle East Online

13,500-Year-Old Tool-Making Site Uncovered in Idaho Forest Western Digs

New study sheds light on survivors of the Black Death University of South Carolina

Mystery of mummified baby in Swansea is solved South Wales Evening Post

Tombs of ancient workers discovered China Daily

Byzantine ancestors of tablet computers found in Yenikapi diggings Hurriyet News

Archaeologists use drone images to uncover ancient New Mexico village Science Daily

Archaeologists for Autism-Florida archaeologist spearheads a unique event in Merritt Island Popular Archaeology

May 6th, 2014 Edition

Treasure hunters destroy tomb Hurriyet News

Ancient Desert Glyphs Pointed Way to Fairgrounds Science Now
and this Ancient Geoglyphs in Peru Predate Nazca Lines Popular Archaeology

Qatar coastal heritage revealed Past Horizons

Israeli says he has found King David’s citadel Washington Post

Mysterious 150-year-old writing in rare copy of Homer's 'Odyssey' identified Science Daily

May 3rd to May 5th, 2014 Edition

Excavations unearth basilica in Bursa Hurriyet News

'Gospel of Jesus's Wife' Looks More and More Like a Fake Live Science

Solved! How Ancient Egyptians Moved Massive Pyramid Stones Live Science

Thieves destroy ancient rock painting in Spain The Local

UK's oldest town revealed: Amesbury dates back more than ten millenia The Express

New battle for the dating of Chauvet cave Past Horizons

'We did this to ourselves': Death and despair at Civil War prisons CNN

Genetic methods for sex determination shed some light on remains of Canary Islands' indigenous peoples Science Daily

Hopi tribesmen intervene to shore up Hovenweep ruins Cortez Journal

April 30th to May 2nd, 2014 Edition

Egypt Archaeologists May Have Found Alexander the Great’s Tomb Greek Reporter

Mysterious Buried Artifacts Discovered in Egypt's Valley of the Kings Live Science

Neanderthals were not inferior to modern humans, says CU-Boulder study EurekAlert

Interactions between humans and scavengers have been decisive in human evolution Science Daily

Blood preserved in gourd did not belong to King Louis XVI Past Horizons

2,500 years burial relics accidentally unearth in central Vietnam Thanh Nien News

A Point of View: Is the archaeological dig a thing of the past? BBC News

Amateur archaeologists unearth Viking gold Copenhagen Post

Hope for further Vindolanda tablet discoveries Past Horizons

More on 9,000-Year-Old Caribou Hunting Structure Found Submerged in Lake Huron Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Punic Vessels in Balearic Islands-The remains evidence the oldest documented shipwreck to date off the coast of Menorca Popular Archaeology

April 27th to 29th, 2014 Edition

Archaeology: bust of Alexander the Great found in Cyprus ANSAmed

Archaeologists find 'lost' medieval village full of pottery, coins and bones in Scottish Borders Culture 24

From Stone Darts to Dismembered Bodies, New Study Reveals 5,000 Years of Violence in Central California Western Digs

Prehistoric caribou hunting structure discovered beneath Lake Huron EurekAlert
and this 9,000-Year-Old Caribou Hunting Structure Found Submerged in Lake Huron Popular Archaeology

Basel Egyptologists identify tomb of royal children EurekAlert

A Roman hoard from the end of empire Past Horizons

Mound excavation reveals transition from hunting to herding in Neolithic settlement PhysOrg
and this Scientists Uncover Evidence of Change from Hunting to Herding at Early Neolithic Settlement Popular Archaeology

April 26th, 2014 Edition

Canada releases pictures of world's most northerly shipwreck Guardian UK

Cold War Spy-Satellite Images Unveil Lost Cities National Geographic

More on New Genetic Findings About Stone-Age Scandinavian Farmers and Hunter-Gatherers Popular Archaeology

April 23rd to 25th, 2014 Edition

Site of rare Indian artifacts paved over in California USA Today

Skeletons of foetus, heavily pregnant woman and crammed men found at York church Culture 24

The Ancient Maya and Virtual Worlds: Different Perspectives on Material Meanings University of Cincinnati

Genomic diversity and admixture differs for Stone-Age Scandinavian foragers and farmers EurekAlert

Missing Link? Mississippi Floods, and a Great City Disappears Live Science

1888 shipwreck in San Francisco Bay hailed as big historical find Los Angeles Times

New C14 technique helps date Australian rock art Past Horizons

Bloody souvenir not from decapitated French king: DNA PhysOrg

Archaeologists, tribe clash over Native remains PhysOrg

A large set of monuments from 1 to 5th century AD has been discovered in the ancient city of Akrai Science in Poland

April 21st & 22nd, 2014 Edition

Two Saiti tombs unearthed near Egypt's Minya Ahram Online

Hikers Find Human Skull And Bones In Gush Etzion Cave Jewish News

More questions than answers as mystery of domestication deepens-In recent decades, research has unraveled much of what we thought we knew about this crucial event in human history Washington University in St. Louis

Community dig sheds new light on Wark Castle in Northumberland The Journal UK

Patterson Park dig uncovering traces of War of 1812 militia camp, defenses Baltimore Sun

Archaeologists Find Ancient Chisel that May Have Helped Build Western Wall Jewish Press

More on Drones unearth more details about Chaco culture The Inquirer

Origins of Domesticated Chili Pepper Found in Mexico Popular Archaeology

Anatomically Modern Humans Left Africa Earlier Than Previously Thought, Suggests Study Popular Archaeology

April 18th to 20th, 2014 Edition

The discovery of a mysterious copper artefact at a Neolithic tomb on Anglesey could help to answer one of archaeology’s burning questions Daily Post

Greek Goddess Statue Found At Illegal Excavation in Turkey Greek Reporter

Community project focuses on Neolithic Whitehawk camp Past Horizons

Ancient puppy paw prints found on Roman tiles Fox News

Medieval slave trade routes in Eastern Europe extended from Finland and the Baltic Countries to Central Asia Science Daily

Remains of a ship that was commandeered in Charleston harbor by an enslaved black man during the Civil War and used as an escape vehicle may have been discovered off the South Carolina coast Greenville Online

Buried city of Pompeii unveils three new houses UPI

Egypt archaeologists find ancient writer's tomb PhysOrg

One of Egypt's most important historical and archaeological sites, dating to the early Islamic period, is under threat of being turned into a garden, despite prior excavation works and the pleas of activists Ahram Online

April 15th to 17th, 2014 Edition

Retired army general wants Egypt's St. Catherine's Monastery demolished Ahram Online

Bulgaria seizes ancient gold treasure Sofia Globe

Great Wall remains found in northwest China Shanghai Daily

Norman site may soon be lost to sea Gorey Guardian

Largest bath in Roman era a costly investment of time Hurriyet News

Siberian Mummies in Copper Masks Pose Mystery Discovery

Body Slam This! Ancient Wrestling Match Was Fixed Live Science

Ancient Rome was bigger than previously thought, archaeologists find Telegraph UK

Chilean Mummies Reveal Signs of Arsenic Poisoning Live Science

New Findings at Prehistoric Stone Tool Site in China-Recent excavation results may answer some hanging questions about the ancient tool makers Popular Archaeology

Study: The Trials of the Cherokee Were Reflected In Their Skulls North Carolina State University

April 14th, 2014 Edition

Sacrificial and Common Graves Alike Reveal Diversity in Ancient City of Cahokia Western Digs

Neanderthals and Cro-magnons did not coincide on the Iberian Peninsula-A piece of research in which a UPV/EHU group is participating indicates that 1,000 years separate the records of the presence of the two species Universidad del País Vasco

Predators and Prey: A Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel Past Horizons

Ancient Roman theatre discovered in Florence: 'Vomitorium' served 15,000 ancient theatre-goers ANSA

Archaeologists Explore Ancient Roman Forum of Philippopolis-Ancient passage and shops emerge Popular Archaeology

Overcoming looting and years of war, Iraq Museum moves to reopen Christian Science Monitor

April 12th & 13th, 2014 Edition

Bronze Age skeleton of dagger-clutching Racton Man could have been a King or priest buried in Sussex Culture 24

Lampeter-based archaeologists reveal Qatar's historic sites BBC News

New insights on ancient Portuguese horse engraving Stone Pages

Naughty money: clippers and coiners in 16th-century England Past Horizons

Archeologists' findings may prove Rome a century older than thought The Guardian UK

April 9th to 11th, 2014 Edition

Ancient Egyptian coffin found in Israel's Jezreel Valley Jewish Press

14,000 year old flint tools: Earliest human occupation of Scotland Past Horizons

Neanderthals were no strangers to good parenting Science Daily
and this Researchers Say Neanderthals Were Attentive, Loving Parents BioNews

4,500-year-old boat among Viking artifacts hoard discovered in Galway Irish Central

How 6,000 Years Of Agriculture Transformed Athletic Humans Into Couch Potatoes BioNews

Roman Imperial Port Facilities Emerge Under Archaeological Investigation-Archaeologists uncover buried structural remains and artifacts that help tell the story of an ancient Roman port system in Italy Popular Archaeology

Papyrus Referring to Jesus’ Wife Is More Likely Ancient Than Fake, Scientists Say New York Times

Pre-Columbian Archeological Boom Underway in Costa Rica Costa Rica Star

Remnants of Sailendra dynasty allegedly found Jakarta Post

The real flood: Submerged prehistory Past Horizons

April 5th to 8th, 2014 Edition

Archaeology | A single tooth can tell a lot about ancient people Columbus Dispatch
and this Reading the Stories of Ancient Lives Written in Teeth Ohio Historical Society

Research On Ancient Cave-Dwelling Fish Finds Possible Genetic Link to Human Facial Disorders BioNews

Researcher Suggests Famous Ancient Inca Monumental Complex Exhibits Astronomical Values-Do the ancient Sacsayhuamán complex walls reveal a sophisticated knowledge of astronomical alignments among the Inca? Popular Archaeology

Ancient Egyptian Mummy Found With Brain, No Heart Live Science

Oklahoma Archaeologists to resume digging at Native American site where prehistoric building found The Tribune

Heart disease found in five Amara West skeletons Past Horizons

Skulls in print: scientific racism in the transatlantic world Past Horizons

Farming Changed Human Bones, Suggests Study Popular Archaeology

April 4th, 2014 Edition

Cremated bones of Bronze Age tumour sufferer found hanging from Scottish cliff Culture 24

Monastic mosaics unearthed in the Negev Past Horizons

Researcher dives into archaeology's next frontier PhysOrg

Sensors and satellites deployed to save Pompeii PhysOrg

Resurrection at Thebes? Could the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III be returning to something like its original splendour after 3,200 years in ruins? Al-Ahram Weekly

Thousands of artifacts removed from rural Indiana home Indy Star

April 1st to 3rd, 2014 Edition

Ancestral Puebloan structures discovered in New Mexico Western Digs

Eighteen-Million-Year-Old Proteins Found In Daisy Seeds Have Cancer Drug Potential BioNews

World's oldest weather report could revise Bronze Age chronology PhysOrg

Indigenous societies' 'first contact' typically brings collapse, but rebounds are possible Santa Fe Institute

Ancient nomads spread earliest domestic grains along Silk Road, study finds-Findings push back earliest known East-West interaction along Slik Road by 2,000 years EurekAlert
and this Ancient Nomads Spread Earliest Domestic Grains Along Silk Road, Study Finds Popular Archaeology

'Homo' is the only primate whose tooth size decreases as its brain size increases Science Daily

Monks' Secret: Asbestos Lurking Beneath Byzantine Wall Paintings Live Science

Evidence from Tempest Stela may shift Pharaoh chronology Past Horizons

Polish archaeologists discovered dozens of archaeological sites in Cambodia Science in Poland

Çatalhöyük Research Project Announces Latest Conferences and Discoveries Popular Archaeology

March 30th & 31st, 2014 Edition

3,300-Year-Old Tomb with Pyramid Entrance Discovered in Egypt Live Science

Phoenician colony in southeast Spain re-examined Past Horizons

Augustus rules again as Rome acts to restore lost mausoleum Guardian UK

11 ancient burial boxes recovered in Israel The State

Teeth help scientists unearth secrets of Black Death Irish Examiner

Did the pharaohs know hieroglyphics? - Polish Egyptologist explains Science in Poland

March 28th & 29th, 2014 Edition

Research examines impact of ancient Aleuts on their landscape University of Buffalo

Beachy Head Lady was young sub-Saharan Roman with good teeth, say archaeologists Culture 24

Contemporary 'War Of The Roses' Among Academics Over Claimed Richard III Remains Discovery BioNews

Pre-inca tomb discovered in the house where Mario Vargas Llosa was born Peru This Week

Ancient bone fragments help describe diet, health of Saharan ancestors PhysOrg

New Excavations Explore 6,000-Year-Old Settlement in Israel-Renewed excavation at Ein el-Jarba seeks answers to questions about a civilization that preceded the ancient Canaanites more than 6,000 years ago Popular Archaeology

March 25th to 27th, 2014 Edition

DNA Sequencing of Ancient Human Remains Paints A Vastly More Complex Picture of Evolution BioNews

Shipwrecks Lost to Time That Archaeologists Would Love to Get Their Hands On National Geographic

Roman Emperor Dressed As Egyptian Pharaoh in Newfound Carving Live Science

Skulls reveal Mayans used spiked clubs ABC Science

Centuries-old grills of ancient BBQ lovers found in western Turkey Hurriyet Daily News

More on Dutch Archaeologist Unearths Three Millennia Old Cultivated Fields BioNews

'World's oldest yacht' excavated from island cellar BBC News

Update: Researchers suggest Vikings used crystals with sun compass to steer at night PhysOrg

Where Are All the Babies in Archaeological Sites? Smithsonian

Earliest Evidence of Gigantism-Like Disease Found in 3,800-Year-Old California Skeleton Western Digs

March 22nd to 24th, 2014 Edition

Canal, pit houses from up to 4,000 years ago found under planned Marana outlet mall site Arizona Saily Star

4,000-year-old mummy to go back on display after evading crystal death Culture 24

Ancient statesman skeleton found in Giza Egypt Independent

Egypt unveils two massive restored pharaoh statues, newly pieced together CNN News

Guarding grapes and other tales from papyri PhysOrg

The Amazon Women: Is There Any Truth Behind the Myth? Smithsonian

March 20th & 21st, 2014 Edition

Investigating the site of Robert the Bruce’s Scottish parliament Past Horizons

First Impressions: More on discovering the earliest human footprints in Europe Current Archaeology

Update on the Restoration of Khufu’s boat Al-Ahram Weekly

Archaeological Team Uncovers Elite Residential Complex-The ancient Maya site of Xno'ha may provide another window on the structure of Maya society Popular Archaeology

March 17th to 19th, 2014 Edition

Seven centuries of ploughing in Ede: Dutch Celtic fields used continuously for centuries University of Groningen

First Evidence Found of Storied Battle That Stopped Spain’s Eastward Expansion Western Digs

Still discovering things about the Ghajn Tuffieha Roman baths Malta Independent

Archaeologists found 3 thousand years old pottery kilns in Lubuskie Nauka w Polsce

Ancient Skeleton Yields Earliest Complete Example of Human Cancer-Found at archaeological site of Amara West in northern Sudan, the find could shed light on evolution and history of the disease Popular Archaeology

Ancient Egyptian Kittens Hint at Cat Domestication Live Science

Rising sea levels, frequent storms, flooding and thawing permafrost are causing archeological sites along the coast in the Western Arctic National Parklands to disappear at an alarming rate Arctic Sounder

Cambridge University archaeologists find 'oldest' Roman irrigation system BBC News

Researcher looks underwater for history of the Roman Empire PhysOrg

Chicken bones tell true story of pacific migration Science Daily

Artemis fresco stolen from Pompeii ANSAmed

Archaeologists Excavate Ancient Aramean City in Israel Popular Archaeology

3,000 Year Old Skeleton Reveals Most Compelling Look At Metastatic Cancer In Antiquity BioNews

Rice grad student deciphers 1,800-year-old letter from Egyptian soldier Rice University

Ancient City of Petra Built to Align With the Sun The Nabatean culture erected the city to highlight solstices, equinoxes National Geographic

Iron Age woman's footless body found near West Knoyle BBC News

March 15th & 16th, 2014 Edition

Los Angeles subway dig finds prehistoric objects PhysOrg

Little Foot is oldest complete Australopithecus, new stratigraphic research shows Science Daily

Greek Island of Santorini Volcano Erupted in 16th Century and not earlier Greek Reporter

Archaeologist links graves excavated in northern Greece with ancient kings of Macedonia Fox News

March 13th & 14th, 2014 Edition

Peru: Lambayeque receives drones for surveying archaeological sites Peru This Week

1,500 year-old coffin opened in Inner Mongolia Xinhuanet

Even more on Natural Selection Led To Different Features In Europeans As Recent As 5,000 Years Ago, According To Researchers BioNews

Ancient 'Ritual Wand' Etched with Human Faces Discovered in Syria Live Science

Vandals strike Hidden Cave Nevada Appeal

March 12th, 2014 Edition

More on Researchers Say European Hunter-Gatherers c. 5000 BC Had Blue Eyes And Dark Skin BioNews

Ancient petroglyphs found by drone in southern Utah Fox13 News

More on New Text Dead Sea Scrolls Found Jewish Press

Staffordshire Hoard reunited for the first time Current Archaeology

Laser and radar unveil the secrets of Roman bridges Science Daily

Polish archaeologists have studied 4000 years old settlements in Hungary Nauka w Polsce

Secrets of Chinese Terra-Cotta Warrior Weapons Revealed Live Science

March 10th & 11th, 2014 Edition

How can Peruvian authorities protect archaeological sites from vandalism? Peru This Week

800-year-old monk found poking out of cliff face Telegraph UK

The Remnants of Prehistoric Plant Pollen Reveal that Humans Shaped Forests 11,000 Years Ago Smithsonian

Mongol Empire rode wave of mild climate, says study EurekAlert

Emotional expressions in ancient funerary art served as therapy for the bereaved Science Daily

Huge Mexican pyramid could collapse like a sandcastle New Scientist

A Mesolithic face from Southern Europe Past Horizons

New analyses verify the use of fire by Peking Man PhysOrg

Royal settlement linked to Sutton Hoo treasures Guardian UK

The search for the graves of the knights of Grunwald will begin this fall Nauka w Polsce

Uncovering the Ancient Mysteries of Cosma-Archaeologists explore a prehistoric monumental complex in Peru Popular Archaeology

March 7th to 9th, 2014 Edition

Statue of pharaoh's daughter unearthed in Egypt Reuters

30,000-Year-old Giant Virus Reawakened From Permafrost Ice Still Infectious BioNews

Posh Dog Outfit from China's 'Forbidden City' Revealed Live Science

Leapin' Lizards! Medieval Arabs Ate the Scaly Creatures Live Science

Bronze Age rock art uncovered in Brecon Beacons BBC News

4,000-year-old Dartmoor burial find rewrites British bronze age history The Guardian UK

Remains of 18th century Spanish ship found in Argentina Times of India

How celestial events influenced orientation of the great constructions of the Nabataeans PhysOrg

Shamanic figurine guarding shaft tomb discovered in Colima Past Horizons

Huge Mexican pyramid could collapse like a sandcastle New Scientist

Researchers from Kraków track 5 thousand years old trade routes in the Middle East Nauka w Polsce

More on Finding Answers to New Mysteries at Cahokia Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists find 3,000-year-old graves in Cusco, Peru Peru This Week

March 6th, 2014 Edition

Ancient Egyptian Soldier's Letter Home Deciphered Live Science

Mesa Verde’s ‘Mummy Lake’ Was Built to Hold Rituals, Not Water, Study Says Western Digs

Researchers gain new insights into ancient Pacific settlers' diet EurekAlert

Lying about Leviathan: Archaeologists find the earliest fish tales Haaretz

March 3rd to 5th, 2014 Edition

More on New Evidence Suggests Ice Age Humans Lived For 10,000 Years On Bering Land Bridge BioNews

New discoveries at the Gallic necropolis of Esvres-sur-Indre Past Horizons

How ancient Greek plays allow us to reconstruct Europe's climate Science Daily

The first Polish excavations in Armenia Nauka w Polsce

Archaeologists found bones of a Stone Age child and an adult in tiny cave Irish Mirror

New Kingdom tombs discovered in Egypt's Aswan-Four rock-hewn New Kingdom tombs uncovered in Aswan may change the history of Elephantine Island Ahram Online

Native American city on the Mississippi was America's first 'melting pot' EurekAlert

Sardis dig yields enigmatic trove: ritual egg in a pot University of Wisconsin-Madison

Digging on the Dark Side of Vesuvius-Archaeologists are uncovering new finds on the northern slopes of the infamous volcano Popular Archaeology

March 2nd, 2014 Edition

Hopewell skulls pose a mystery Columbus Dispatch
and this Hopewell Headhunters? Ohio Archaeology

Italy Investigating New Collapses in Ancient Pompeii NBC News

March 1st, 2014 Edition

Salvage operation brings to light 1000-year-old mint in Haryana The Hindu

Altamira cave paintings to be opened to the public once again Past Horizons

Human ancestors at West Asian site deemed two species Science News

February 28th, 2014 Edition

Ancient Roman house found in Arezzo ANSAmed

New Dig Seeks To Solve Mysteries of Old Vero Man Site BioNews

The Oldest Human Infectious Disease? MD Anderson Researcher Uncovers Some Ancient Mysteries Of Leprosy BioNews

Second oldest church in Germany uncovered The Local

Fossils offer new clues into Native American's 'journey' and how they survived the last Ice Age EurekAlert

CU-led study says Bering Land Bridge a long-term refuge for early Americans: Population of hundreds or thousands likely lived on land bridge for up to 10,000 years EurekAlert

Polovtsian statues of Eastern Europe Past Horizons

Archaeologists are exposing new finds at the largest Roman period civilian settlement along the Hadrian's Wall frontier Popular Archaeology

New University of Arkansas Geospatial Research Program Meets Critical Need in Archaeology Research; Announces First Awards BioNews

Nine manuscripts with biblical text unearthed in Qumran ANSAmed

February 27th, 2014 Edition

Adventures of 17th-Century Pirate Alliance Uncovered in Ireland Live Science

Storms uncover World War 1 wreck off Cornish coast Cornish Guardian

Nieszawa – a medieval town reconstructed by non-invasive survey Past Horizons

Mystery Incan Mummy's Skull Smashed for Human Sacrifice 500 Years Ago International Business Times

Candelabra found in Ibiza waters offers clues about medieval navigation routes Science Daily

Drought coincided with decline of Indus Civilisation Past Horizons

Spiro Mounds excavations visits to resume in eastern Oklahoma NewsOK

February 22nd to 26th, 2014 Edition

Modern Human Hunter-Gatherer Foraging Patterns May Provide Clues to the Past-Researchers study Hadza hunting and gathering strategies in Africa Popular Archaeology

Shield-wearing skeleton, necklace and grave goods found in early Saxon inhumations Culture 24

Ancient Egyptian papyri discovered at Luther College-Rare early Christian document among the finds Decorah Newspapers

'Microbial Pompeii:' 1,000-year-old plaque preserves bacteria, microscopic particles of food on skeleton teeth Science Daily

Silver Hoop Earrings Found Among Ancient Treasure in Biblical City Live Science

History of Ancient Los Angeles Was Driven by Its Wetlands, 8,000-Year Survey Finds Western Digs

Before They Were Native Americans, They Were Native Beringians? Researchers suggest that early migrants remained on the Bering Land Bridge for as much as 10,000 years before venturing into the Americas Popular Archaeology

Early Christians in Viking Denmark Past Horizons

Caribbean ecosystem reconstructed prior to human settlement Past Horizons

Anglo-Saxon cemetery results question violent invasion theory Past Horizons

Richard III DNA Test Sparks Controversy Live Science\Yahoo News

World's most ancient cheese found in China Fox News

Gladiator School Discovery Reveals Hard Lives of Ancient Warriors-Archaeologists have mapped an ancient gladiator school, where the famed warriors lived, trained, and fought National Geographic

British Storms Unbury an Ancient Welsh Forest National Geographic

February 20th & 21st, 2014 Edition

Were the ancient Greeks and Romans colour blind? ABC News

800 years of Irish history unraveled in N Ireland castle archaeological dig Irish Central

Village excavation turns up a wealth of finds dating back 1,400 years Cambs Times

The Oldest Human Infectious Disease? MD Anderson Researcher Uncovers Some Ancient Mysteries Of Leprosy Bio News

Monster Surf Exposes Rare Petroglyphs in Hawaii Wetsern Digs

Silver Hoop Earrings Found Among Ancient Treasure in Biblical City Live Science

Oldest fortified settlement ever found in North America Science Daily

Mystery of diseases of ancient Mesopotamians Nauka w Polsce

February 19th, 2014 Edition

Amateur treasure hunter finds Roman gold hoard The Local

More on Aztec Dog Burial Discovered Underneath Mexico City Apartment Building (VIDEO) Hispanically Speaking

The Culture of War: Saving history Past Horizons

Great Pyramid at Giza Vandalized to 'Prove' Conspiracy Theory Live Science\Yahoo News

February 17th & 18th, 2014 Edition

'Graffiti' in Mingary Castle thought to be 700 years old BBC News

2,300-Year-Old Village Discovered Outside Jerusalem Jewish Press

Ancient herring catch nets fisheries weakness EurekAlert

Scientists pinpoint the exact source of many of the rocks used to build Stonehenge PhysOrg

Gruesome Beginnings Of Medical Science’s Anatomical Modeling To Be Outlined At Cambridge U. Talk BioNews

Evidence That Biblical Philistines Originated As Migrant “Sea People” From Europe Unearthed In Ancient Jordanian Settlement BioNews

Despite Iraq's troubles, archaeologists are back Chicago Tribune

February 15th & 16th, 2014 Edition

Aztec dog burials puzzle archaeologists Past Horizons

More on SC archeologists race to uncover Civil War prison News & Observer

'Priceless' bronze statue of Greek god Apollo found in Gaza Strip Guardian UK

More on The Hunley: Zeroing in on what caused Civil War submarine's sinking CNN News

Do We Never Learn? Archaeologists play role in study on world food security and effects of climate shock Popular Archaeology

February 14th, 2014 Edition

Divers observe underwater Byzantine basilica discovered in Iznik Lake Hurriyet Daily News

'New’ Luxor mummy is 3,600 years old The Independent UK

‘Active’ Bronze Age woman found in Highland woods The Scotsman

Fossilized mammoth tusk to be removed from Seattle construction site CNN News

What ecosystem greeted the first human settlers in the northern Caribbean? PhysOrg

Update: Native American site leaves Miami in quandary PhysOrg

For Valentine's Day: Tombs of legendary lovers Al-Ahram Weekly

Scientists Create Genetic Map of History Popular Archaeology

February 9th to 13th, 2014 Edition-Back from the flu finally!

Building from 2,200 B.C. found in Ecuadorian capital Global Post

More ancient discoveries in Egypt's Dakahliya: Gallery Ahram Online

Genome of America’s Only Clovis Skeleton Reveals Origins of Native Americans Western Digs
and this Texas A&M Genomics Study of Ancient Skeleton Reveals First Americans Came From Asia Bio News

Southwestern-Style Spear Throwers Identified in the Ozarks Western Digs

Anchor of ages believed found off Whidbey Island South Whidbey Record

From surf to turf: Archaeologists and chemists trace ancient British diets EurekAlert

Giant mass extinction may have been quicker than previously thought EurekAlert

Ancient settlements and modern cities follow same rules of development, says CU-Boulder EurekAlert

Medieval mass grave found near Florence's Uffizi museum ANSAmed

Mysterious code in Viking runes is cracked Science Nordic

Drug References Found on Walls of Ancient Egyptian School Live Science

Spanish, Egyptian Archaeologists Make Discovery That Changes Chronology of the Pharaohs Hispanically Speaking News

Beach burials reveal slaving legacy Past Horizons

The sad fate of war horses in Bar-sur-Aube Past Horizons

Syria's Archaeological Sites Ravaged by Bombing, Looting Discovery

Is an earthquake behind the Shroud of Turin image? Neutron radiation caused by 33 A.D. earthquake could have led to 'wrong' 1988 radiocarbon dating of Shroud, suggest researchers Springer

Gladiator Heads? Mystery of Trove of British Skulls Solved Discovery

Archaeologists Find Evidence of 1,000-Year-Old Wari Tombs Peruvian Times

Archaeologists discovered previously unknown stronghold in Lódz Province Nauka w Polsce

Dating the Uluzzian-Scientists confirm age of a key prehistoric human tool technology in Italy Popular Archaeology

February 7th & 8th, 2014 Edition

Scientists find 800,000-year-old footprints in UK Houston Chronicle
and this Earliest human footprints outside Africa found – in Norfolk Current Archaeology

More on A great discovery: remains of king Alfred or his son found in Winchester? Current Archaeology

A 'smoking gun' on the Ice Age megafauna extinctions EurekAlert

Remains of building may be part of ancient queen's palace Asahi Shimbun

Ancient mastaba tomb found in Egypt's Dakahliya Ahram Online

Aztatlán astronomical observatory linked to sun worship Past Horizons

Near East crossroad of the Palaeolithic now questioned Past Horizons

Dating is refined for the Atapuerca site where Homo antecessor appeared PhysOrg

More on The discovery of a previously unknown ancient Egyptian pharaoh has revealed evidence of a lost 3,600-year-old dynasty Al-Ahram Weekly

February 4th to 6th, 2014 Edition

Centuries-old fabric found in Çatalhöyük Hurriyet News

Ancient California Islanders Relied on Drifting ‘Tarballs’ for Petroleum, Study Finds Wesstern Digs

Finding Israel's First Camels American Friends of Tel Aviv University

The Towers of Ras Al-Khaimah Past Horizons

Prehistoric village found in downtown Miami Miami Herald

Researchers Investigate Archaic Greek City-State in Crete: Archaeologists resume excavations at ancient site in eastern Crete to reconstruct development of early Greek city-state Popular Archaeology

February 1st to 3rd, 2014 Edition

Harappan-era seal found in Rajasthan Hindustan Times

4,600-Year-Old Step Pyramid Uncovered in Egypt Live Science

Resurrecting the Pharaoh’s Solar Boat-Buried for more than 4,500 years, a well-preserved ancient Egyptian funerary barque sees the light of day, aided by archaeologists and Japanese technology Popular Archaeology

Rabbits unearth a trove of New Stone Age treasure at Land's End Independent UK

Mexican archaeologists find remains of nahuatl speaking Caxcan group in Zacatecas Art Daily

Ancient site hope after airborne scanner used in Surrey BBC News

Cultural identity – Celtic and Anglo-Norman realms Past Horizons

Discovery of a maiden crown in Roskilde Cathedral burial Past Horizons

January 30th & 31st, 2014 Edition

Charlemagne's bones are (probably) real The Local

Mirrors may have worked magic in ancient Japanese rituals Asahi Shimbun

6,500-year old tin-bronze from Serbia The Stone Pages

Hunter gatherers gradually moved down-slope Past Horizons

Cardigan Castle: 9,500 artefacts found in archaeological dig BBC News

Achaemenid Inscription Found in Iran's Perspolis Fars News Agency

January 27th to 29th, 2014 Edition

Archaeologists unearth pits where Civil War POWs sheltered themselves at Columbia’s Camp Asylum The State

Remains of Byzantine basilica discovered at the bottom of Lake Iznik Hurriyet News

Ruins of Bustling Port Unearthed at Egypt's Giza Pyramids Live Science

300,000-Year-Old Hearth Found Weizmann Institute of Science

New Poems of Greek Poetess Sappho Recovered Greek Reporter

Examination of Olmec offering from La Venta Past Horizons

Pagan temple remains unearthed under Milan Cathedral ANSA

Blue-Eyed Hunter-Gatherers Roamed Prehistoric Europe, Gene Map Reveals National Geographic

New Clues to Neanderthal-Modern Human Interbreeding Popular Archaeology

January 24th to 26th, 2014 Edition

Papyrus, parchment and paper trails PhysOrg

Excavations in the historical centre of Loulé have revealed the layout of a public bathing complex, one of the most complete on the Iberian Peninsula Portugal News

Archaeology-No evidence of aliens helping ancient cultures Columbus Dispatch

Ancient Roman Infanticide Didn't Spare Either Sex Discovery

New excavations take place at Ilkley's Roman fort Telegraph & Argus

The 'Rising Star Expedition' is rapidly expanding hands-on research on the spectacular early human fossils recovered in late 2013 from a south African cave system Popular Archaeology

Tennessee cave, rock art offers prehistoric perspectives The Tennessean

How the Monuments Men Saved Italy’s Treasures Smithsonian Magazine

January 23rd, 2014 Edition

Ruins in Arizona May Be ‘Lost’ Jesuit Mission Western Digs

Cultural connections with Europe found in ancient Jordanian settlement University of Gothenburg

Carmel cavemen used plants in rituals 13,000 years ago, archaeologists find Haaretz

Hunting fossils in England-Discoveries have been made at Monmouth Beach for more than two centuries Science News

January 22nd, 2014 Edition

1500 year old Church and Mosaic found in Israel Jewish Press

Seashells inspire new way to preserve bones for archeologists, paleontologists EurekAlert

Carthaginians sacrificed own children, archaeologists say Guardian UK

Culture Ministry Completes Work to Protect Chan Chan from Rains Peruvian Times

Stone Age harpoon found on Pacific island Science News

More on Old Norse people drank wine 3,000 years ago Science Nordic

How Matera Went From Ancient Civilization to Slum to a Hidden Gem Smithsonian Magazine

January 20th & 21st, 2014 Edition

Ancient rice uncovered at archaeological site Japan News

Poles discovered an over 8 thousand years old grain storage in Turkey Nauka w Polsce

Tasty Life: Leopard Teeth, Calf Bones Found in Ruins Near Pyramids Live Science

Archaeologists Return to Neanderthal Site in Spain-The rock shelter could hold some keys to understanding the last Neanderthals in southern Europe Popular Archaeology

Mother Nature's Archaeology-World War I tragedies uncovered by melting glaciers in the Italian Alps Popular Archaeology

After 2,000 years, Ptolemy’s war elephants are revealed Science News

The Oswestry Hillfort Pegasus stone Past Horizons

January 18th & 19th, 2014 Edition

Well preserved Iron Age village uncovered in Denmark Past Horizons

Bones from human sacrifice at Tenochtitlan ceremonial complex Past Horizons

New England's 'lost' archaeological sites rediscovered CBS News

Archaeologists discover ancient death chambers used for execution, torture in Bursa Hurriyet News

Paphos excavations uncover ancient bath house Cyprus Mail

January 15th to 17th, 2014 Edition

Ireland’s storms unearth 6,000-year-old dwellings near Galway Irish Central

East Lothian's Broxmouth fort reveals edge of steel-Archaeologists have identified the earliest use of steel in the British Isles from a site in East Lothian BBC News

City of London's grisly decapitated skull mystery solved using state-of-the-art forensic techniques Independent UK

Firefighter's Guildford Stone Age flints lead to major find BBC News

New evidence of 'Nordic grog' discovered in Scandinavia PhysOrg

Mystery Pharaoh Found in Egypt Discovery

Archaeologists Return to Ancient City of Lachish-Following the spectacular discoveries made at Khirbet Qeiyafa, the archaeological team turns its sights on the 10th - 9th century BC layers of a famous ancient Judahite stronghold Popular Archaeology

Researchers target sea level rise to save years of archaeological evidence EurekAlert

Anglo-Saxon remains found during Rushton excavation work BBC News

Archaeologists might have found bone of England's King Alfred the Great Reuters

Genome Study Reveals New Insight on Dog Domestication Popular Archaeology

January 12th to 14th, 2014 Edition

Excavations completed at the 'Hellenistic House' at Kato Paphos Fanagusta Gazette

Archaeologists Discover Rare Ancient Maya Mural in Belize Popular Archaeology

First Dinosaur Remains Found in Saudi Arabia Hispanically Speaking

Longest Ancient Water Tunnel Uncovered in Jerusalem Jewish Press

Carbon dating used to date Adena Mound culture Columbus Dispatch
and this How Old Is The Adena Mound? Ohio Historical Society Archaeology

First farmers and stockbreeders painted with the same pigments that their hunters ancestors EurekAlert

Ancient People Fought Demons and Disasters with Eggs Live Science

Skeleton of 2,000-Year-Old Woman Unearthed In South Florida Huffington Post

Bellingham archaeologist joins hunt for U.S. soldiers' remains on Pacific atoll Bellingham Herald

Last grain stores at Çatalhöyük found Past Horizons

Rare gaming piece found at Anglo-Saxon royal hall Past Horizons

Toxic Wine Might Have Killed Alexander the Great Discovery

Archaeologists Discover Rare Ancient Maya Mural in Belize Popular Archaeology

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Mexican archaeologists pinpoint origin of Aztatlan ceramics Global Post

Bath tunnels of king’s daughters discovered under Turkey’s second largest castle Hurriyet News

Chinese archaeologists uncover 4,000-year-old fortifications NZ Week

Understanding the founding city of the Khmer kingdom Past Horizons

January 9th & January 10th, 2014 Edition

Ancient Greeks Used Portable Grills at Their Picnics Live Science\Yahoo News

Manning the ramparts: a hillfort on the edge of Empire Past Horizons

More on Neolithic Mural in Turkey May Illustrate Ancient Volcanic Eruption Popular Archaeology

Ancient Rock Art in Texas Yields ‘Surprising’ New Finds Western Digs

Race to excavate Alaskan village falling into sea Past Horizons

Work on Olmos Project Turns Up Ancient Sican Cemetery Peruvian Times

Roman Iron Age artifacts and other finds may significantly alter the known history of an area near the northeastern shores of the Gulf of Finland Popular Archaeology

January 5th to January 8th, 2014 Edition

Fate of Ark of the Covenant Revealed in Hebrew Text Live Science

More on 11,000-Year-Old Seafaring Indian Sites Discovered on California Island Western Digs

US diggers identify tomb of Pharoah Sobekhotep I Times Live

Ancient Cambodian city's intensive land use led to extensive environmental impacts EurekAlert

Neolithic mural may depict ancient eruption: Volcanic rock age suggests Catalhoyuk mural may be based on Turkish eruption EurekAlert
and this Neolithic Mural in Turkey May Illustrate Ancient Volcanic Eruption Popular Archaeology

Ancient times table hidden in Chinese bamboo strips-The 2,300-year-old matrix is the world's oldest decimal multiplication table Nature

Searching for the Amazon's Hidden Civilizations Science Magazine

'Ardi' Skull Reveals Links to Human Lineage Science Daily

Dig seeks traces of Civil War battlefield PhysOrg

'Lost' New England Revealed by High-Tech Archaeology National Geographic

Looted Viking treasure is discovered in British Museum store Guardian UK

Uncannily Lifelike Roman Masks Recreated in Wax Live Science

Hunter-gatherer diet caused tooth decay Past Horizons

Understanding the Palace of Nestor Throne Room floor Past Horizons

6000-Year-Old Skeleton Shows Woman Was Buried Pregnant in Bulgaria Novinite

Google Earth Zooms in on Ancient Trade Routes Discovery

Archaeologists Find Human Remains in Walls of Wari Complex Peruvian Times