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May 27th, 2016 Edition

Migration back to Africa took place during the Paleolithic-A piece of international research led by the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has retrieved the mitogenome of a fossil belonging to the first Homo sapiens population in Europe Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists and geographers team to predict locations of ancient Buddhist sites-Geographic modeling reveals 121 possible locations of important Indian texts carved into rock surfaces in third-century B.C. University of California-Los Angeles

Mystery of Mongol Retreat from Hungary Solved Live Science

Stonehenge wasn't so hard to build after all, archaeologists discover The Telegraph UK



May 25th & 26th, 2016 Edition

Stunning cave paintings found 300 metres below Spain The Local

High altitude archaeology: Prehistoric paintings revealed University of York\EurekAlert

Women in southern Germany Corded Ware culture may have been highly mobile PLoS\EurekAlert

Private Construction Works Uncover a 1st Century Roman Necropolis in Trogir Total Croatia

Ancient DNA study finds Phoenician from Carthage had European ancestry-A 2500-year-old Phoenician shows ancient ancestry on the Iberian Peninsula Popular Archaeology

Neanderthals built mysterious cave structures 175,000 years ago Guardian UK



May 20th to 24th, 2016 Edition

Mysterious Mass Graves Hold Prisoners of Bloody 17th-Century Battle Live Science

Topper site find reveals people were here long before previously thought Post and Courier

A New Lead in the Search for Elusive Norse Settlements? Epoch Times

Archaeology must open up to become more diverse The Guardian UK

Beer brewing in ancient China-Archaeologists discover evidence for a 5,000-year-old beer concoction and the earliest known occurrence of barley in China Popular Archaeology

Spanish mission discovers mummy in Aswan's Tombs of Nobles Egypt Independent

Archaeologist: Site of Bear River Massacre pinpointed Charlotte Observer

Ancient 'Mad Libs' Papyri Contain Evil Spells of Sex and Subjugation Live Science

Archaeology: Is it time for human era to be named? Maybe Columbus Dispatch

Skeletal differences between Neanderthal and modern human infants-Many of the distinctive morphological characteristics of Neanderthals were already apparent at birth Popular Archaeology

Señora de Cao to be investigated by Harvard experts Living in Peru

'Eye-watering' scale of Black Death's impact on England revealed The Guardian UK

3D prints of shipwrecks off Drumbeg and Folkestone BBC News

Polish archaeologists discover a medieval hermitage in Egypt Science in Poland



May 19th, 2016 Edition

Burial sites show how Nubians, Egyptians integrated communities thousands of years ago Popular Archaeology

Coin Indicates Second Bulgarian Empire Gained Control over Thessaloniki (Salonica) in Mid 13th Century, Collector, Archaeologists Hypothesize Archaeology in Bulgaria

Elizabeth I dress: Altar cloth may be Queen's gown BBC News

Archaeologists reveal probable sites of two missions that predate the Alamo News4SA



May 17th & 18th, 2016 Edition

Rome mulls 'metro museum' after new line unearths ruin The Local

Experts stunned to discover early Shakespearian theatre was rectangular The Independent UK

Increased vandalism to archaeological sites in Southern Utah prompts 'Petroglyph patrol' KUTV News

Painted Human Jawbones Used as Ancient Jewelry Live Science

Ancient Device for Determining Taxes Discovered in Egypt-The nilometer was used to predict harvest (and taxes) linked to the rise and fall of the Nile River National Geographic

Unseen Prehistoric Arms, Ancient & Medieval Swords Made Public for the First Time in Special Exhibit in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv Archaeology in Bulgaria

Red paint found at Roman Baths during excavations BBC News

Ancient Cosmology Seen at Prehistoric Ohio Site Discovery

Polish archaeologists discovered dozens of paintings in Sudan Science in Poland



May 15th & 16th, 2016 Edition

Rare 5,000-year-old kurgan-type tumulus from the Bronze Age unearthed in Istanbul Daily Sabah

Divers Discover ‘Spectacular’ Cargo of Ancient Shipwreck in Caesarea Harbor Jewish Press

Rome metro line runs into Roman barracks and burial ground PhysOrg

Discovery of Roman fort built after Boudican revolt Past Horizons

Jerusalem Dig Calls for Support Popular Archaeology

Study sheds light on ancient Roman water system in Naples Popular Archaeology



May 13th & 14th, 2016 Edition

Unusual Native American ceremonial site unearthed in Ohio Fox News

Experts: Teen's 'Discovery' of Maya City is a Very Western Mistake National Geographic

More on Prehistoric Site in Florida Confirms Pre-Clovis Peopling of the Americas-Stone tools, butchered mastadon provide evidence of occupation 14,550 years ago Popular Archaeology

Jordan, Aphrodite statue discovered in Jerash ANSA Med

How London became Britain's capital has been revealed for the first time Independent UK



May 12th, 2016 Edition

900-Year-Old Village Recorded in Volcanic Badlands of New Mexico Western Digs

Archaeologists uncover 13,000-year-old bones of ancient, extinct species of bison-Discovery made just 10 feet below the ground's surface at Old Vero Man site Popular Archaeology

Scientists proclaim a new civilization in the Aegean Bronze Age-Research sheds light on the Luwian civilization of western Asia Minor Popular Archaeology

'Stone age art' in Upper Franconian cave not an archaeological sensation after all PhysOrg

A kitchen story, a quarry, bones and gaming pieces: These medieval finds have been found at a Suffolk school Culture 24



May 11th, 2016 Edition

James Monroe’s Home May Not Have Been So Humble After All New York Times

Nefertiti Still Missing: King Tut's Tomb Shows No Hidden Chambers Live Science

New archaeological method finds children were skilled ceramists during the Bronze Age Lund University\EurekAlert

Researchers prove humans in Southern Arabia 10,000 years earlier than first thought University of Huddersfield\EurekAlert

Youngest-ever mummified foetus from Ancient Egypt discovered in tiny coffin The Independent UK



May 7th to May 10th, 2016 Edition

Archeologists find evidence of city life in Moscow Kremliin in 12th century Russia Beyond the Headlines

Archaeologists Find the Last Hideout of the Jewish Revolt in Jerusalem Haaretz

Ancient trading networks and Arabian camel diversity Popular Archaeology

Digging the Secrets of Ancient Maya Gardeners in the Yucatan Popular Archaeology

Residents take a stand to protect historical site Peru This Week

Are you my mummy? DNA tests to seek modern relatives of 800 year old mummified boy Siberian Times

Viking 'parliament' site uncovered on Scottish island Herald Scotland

On New Jersey hillside, clues to Revolutionary War mystery PhysOrg

Forgotten Mayan city 'discovered' in Central America by 15-year-old boy The Independent UK

Syrian Antiquities Import Restrictions Are Law, But Will They Work? Live Science

Archaeologists find world's oldest axe in Australia-Archaeologists from the Australian National University have unearthed fragments from the edge of the world's oldest-known axe, found in the Kimberley region of Western Australia Popular Archaeology



May 5th & May 6th, 2016 Edition

Reconstructing the evolution of vegetation on Gran Canaria Past Horizons

Possible Iron Age Chamber Discovered in Scotland The Orcadian

Egypt: new archaeological discovery in Matariya ANSA

USS Monitor gun turret: Ramping up to save a landmark artifact Daily Press

Leonardo da Vinci's DNA-The Leonardo Project: Illuminating the art, life, characteristics, talents, and brilliance of one of humanity's most extraordinary figures Popular Archaeology

Chinese archaeologists discover 8,000-year-old paddy China Daily



April 30th to May 4th, 2016 Edition

Horseracing rules found on 2,000-year-old tablet in central Turkey Hurriyet Daily News

Molecular clock for estimating ages of ancient genomes-Researchers report a genetic method for estimating the age of ancient human remains Popular Archaeology

New interpretation of the Rök runestone inscription changes view of Viking Age Popular Archaeology

Women in a Temple of Death Archaeology Magazine

Have archaeologists found the remains of the site where William Wallace was made Guardian of Scotland? Culture 24

French company documents destruction of archaeological sites in Syria-Palmyra Citadel, Temple of Bel destruction visualized in stunning 3D Popular Archaeology

Secret Atomic Role of WWII-Era Aircraft Carrier Revealed Live Science

300-year-old bowl found in St. Augustine KAGS News

Slovaks discover ancient air conditioning in Kuwait The Slovak Spectator

HMS Endeavour found: Captain James Cook's ship 'discovered in Newport harbour' The Independent UK



April 27th to 29th, 2016 Edition

Plight of Japan’s archeologists as ancient tombs deteriorate Asahi Shimbun

4800-Year Old Mummy of ‘Mother Holding Infant’ Unearthed Australia Network News

Neandertals and Upper Paleolithic Homo sapiens had different dietary strategies Popular Archaeology

Hominins may have been food for carnivores 500,000 years ago Popular Archaeology

Over 2000-year old geoglyph found in Nazca desert Andina

Water storage made prehistoric settlement expansion possible in Amazonia Popular Archaeology

Did Chavín society create authoritarianism? Peru This Week

Rare 600kg haul of ancient Roman coins found in Spain News.au

Buddhist Sculptures Discovered in Ruins of Ancient Shrine Live Science

Spanish Empire Shipwrecks Offer New Data in the Quest to Understand Hurricanes Hakai Magazine

Building on shells: Study starts unraveling mysteries of Calusa kingdom University of Georgia

Historic flint axes found in Denmark Copenhagen Post

Corps determines Kennewick Man is Native American PhysOrg



April 26th, 2016 Edition

Archaeology: 'An Overlooked Inca Wonder' Peru This Week

Half of Western European men descended from one Bronze Age ‘king’ Telegraph UK

Rare statue could help unearth secrets of Long Melford’s Roman past East Anglican Times



April 22nd to 25th, 2016 Edition

Ancient mosaic featuring 'cheerful' skeleton found in Turkey PhysOrg

Iron age man was as fond of Swiss cheese as we are Science Daily

Newly Restored 3,000-Year-Old Gold Breastplate from Huge Thracian Necropolis in Western Bulgaria Shown for the First Time Archaeology in Bulgaria

Archaeologists in Arkansas have unearthed what they believe are remains of a large wooden Christian cross that Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto placed atop a hill in in what is now Cross County 1541 The Republic

Jerusalem Dig Uncovers Ancient Greek Citadel National Geographic

Stolen Thracian-Roman Silver Mask Helmet Restored, Showcased in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv 21 Years after Theft Archaeology in Bulgaria

Modern DNA reveals ancient male population explosions linked to migration and technology Popular Archaeology

Etruscan stone could help unravel enigma of one of Italy's first civilizations Reuters

Romsey Abbey: The mystery of the hair in the coffin BBC News

One small step, one giant stride in our understanding of our ancestors as scientists analyse prehistoric footprints Independent UK



April 20th & 21st, 2016 Edition

DNA sat nav uncovers ancient Ashkenaz and Yiddish origins Popular Archaeology

Scientists reveal Jewish history's forgotten Turkish roots The Independent UK

High status female found buried at Aspero archaeological site in Peru Andina

Archaeologists have found a Roman child's stone coffin and a mosaic at a former villa site in Wiltshire Culture 24

Oldest Depiction of Ancient Egyptian Demons Found Discovery

More on Building for Egypt's First Female Pharaoh Discovered Live Science

Royal 17th century wardrobe found in the Wadden Sea-Remarkably preserved, wardrobe belonged to a member of the royal court of the English queen Henrietta Maria Popular Archaeology

3D print of Oetzi the Ice Man revealed The Local

Belize cave was Maya child sacrifice site Science News

Archaeologists Find No Thracian Traces at Roman City Serdica Raising Questions about Antiquity History of Bulgaria’s Capital Sofia Archaeology in Bulgaria



April 19th, 2016 Edition

4 Newly Found Busts of Ancient Roman Emperors, Empresses Acquired by Bulgaria’s National Museum of History Archaeology in Bulgaria

Egyptian Amulet Bearing Name of Pharaoh Found in Soil from Temple Mount Jewish Press

Bigger brains led to bigger bodies in our ancestors-Study examines the correlated evolution of brain and body size in humans Popular Archaeology

Researchers believe they have uncovered the purpose of puquios in Nasca PhysOrg

Teeth found in tomb of 'Marquis of Haihun': experts China Daily

Decorative blocks from sacred barque's way station found in Aswan Ahram Online

Archaeologists find 5000-year old tomb in Romania’s Prahova county Romania Insider



April 17th & 18th, 2016 Edition

Barn conversion leads to amazing find of palatial Roman villa The Guardian UK
and this Under English Garden, ‘Unparalleled’ Remains of Roman Villa New York Times

4,500-year-old skeletons found in China Daily News & Analysis

Mystery of the Varna Gold: What Caused These Ancient Societies to Disappear? Smithsonian Magazine

'Noble' monument lost to the ages to build 1823 dam Columbus Dispatch

Prehistoric hand stencils in Spanish caves not randomly placed, say researchers-Prehistoric cave occupants paid attention to cave wall morphology and touch when creating hand stencils Popular Archaeology

More on Searching for the Vikings: 3 Sites Possibly Found in Canada Live Science

Archaeologists discover skeletons of cows and pony, domestic oven and industrial complex at medieval Scottish townhouse Culture 24

Mystery of Mummified Lung Solved Discovery

Site in Russia sheds light on Paleolithic culture east of Europe-Archaeologists study tools made by Homo sapiens who lived near present-day Vladimir, Russia, nearly 30,000 years ago Popular Archaeology



April 13th to 16th, 2016 Edition

Early humans followed the fire? The pyrophilic primate: New hypothesis by University of Utah researchers explains how human ancestors used fire to their advantage Popular Archaeology

Headdress reconstruction throws light on hunter-gatherer rituals-A research team led by archaeologists at the University of York used traditional techniques to create replicas of ritual headdresses made by hunter-gatherers 11,000 years ago in North Western Europe Popular Archaeology

Prehistoric monuments and 150 Anglo-Saxon graves found at Bulford Current Archaeology

Archaeologists Find Preserved 7-Meter Tall Late Antiquity Fortress Wall of Ancient Roman City Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Ruse Archaeology in Bulgaria

Ancient Mass Graves Discovered in Greece Discovery

Discovery of priest's grave sheds light on first days of Spanish conquest of Mexico The Guardian UK

US to purchase archaeological site in northern New Mexico Washington Times

Lost Wright Brothers' 'Flying Machine' Patent Resurfaces Live Science

Viking-era woman sheds light on Iceland’s earliest settlers Science News



April 12th, 2016 Edition

New Evidence on When Bible Was Written: Ancient Shopping Lists New York Times

Iraq Is Turning Saddam Hussein’s Palace Into a Museum National Geographic

Reconstructing the history of Chauvet-Pont d’Arc cave Popular Archaeology

Sonar May Have Turned Up a Long-Lost Civil War Ship, the Agnes E. Fry Wired



April 9th to 11th, 2016 Edition

More on Fire reveals archaeological sites hundreds of years old Brown County Democrat

Relics of ancient six-millennia-old village uncovered Mehr News Agency

Archeologists find ancient mummy approximately 1,500 years old in Mongolia Siberian Times

Neanderthals may have been infected by diseases carried out of Africa by humans Popular Archaeology

Ancient Glass-Works Prove Israel Was World Glass Production Center Jewish Press

Ancient inscriptions testify to widespread literacy in Judah by 600 BCE-Ceramic shards found within the remains of the remote ancient fortress of Arad tell the story Popular Archaeology

A Crucified King of the Jews Found in a Jerusalem Tomb? A prominent scholar and historian of Second Temple period Judaism revisits the tantalizing issues surrounding the almost forgotten 'Abba Cave' tomb in Jerusalem Popular Archaeology

Roman Imperial leaders had wine empire away from the battlefield, study suggests PhysOrg



April 6th to 8th, 2016 Edition

Yucatan archaeology races to keep up with development Salon

Archaeologists Survey Damage from Cyclone Winston in Fiji-A team of archaeologists assess a heritage almost lost to the devastation of the worst cyclone in Fiji’s history Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists Discover 10th Century Church, Coins Testifying about 1242 Tatar (Mongol) Invasion of Medieval Drastar in Bulgaria’s Silistra Archaeology in Bulgaria

Fire reveals archaeological sites hundreds of years old NBC Montana

What really happened on Easter Island? Revisiting how Easter Island's culture vanished Frontiers\EurekAlert

Rare chess piece found in back yard of museum The Oxford Times

Millennium-old 'sunken town' found off Tamil Nadu Times of India

Neanderthal Y chromosome offers clues to what kept us separate species Popular Archaeology



April 1st to 5th, 2016 Edition-Back and catching up!

Smashed skulls suggest large European battle 3,200 years ago - and a more advanced society Washington Post

Star of David found engraved into an ancient Temple arouses bustle in Egypt-Egyptian official accused the delegation of German archaeologists that has been working on the site's reconstruction of engraving the Stars of David into the Shrine's stone Jerusalem Post

Traces of ancient humans found in Vietnam's biggest archaeological discovery Thanh Nien News

Ancient DNA sheds new light on early Americans-Research reveals impact of European contact on indigenous Americans and suggests the timing and means of their first entry into the Americas Popular Archaeology

Ancient Southwest marked by repeated periods of boom and bust-WSU researchers link climate changes and large social disruption Popular Archaeology

2000-year-old temple found underwater off Indian coast Digital Journal

Curse Tablets Discovered in 2,400-Year-Old Grave Live Science

How Ancient Rome’s 1% Hijacked the Beach-The rich, the poor, and the battle for the Bay of Naples Hakai Magazine

17th Century Silver Treasure Hidden during Bulgarian Catholics’ Uprising against Ottoman Empire Discovered in Northwest Bulgaria Archaeology in Bulgaria

2nd Temple Era Bronze Utensils Discovered in Migdal Excavations on Sea of Galilee Jewish Press

Queen’s University Microbiologists Unmask the Hannibal Route Enigma Queen's University

Easy as Alep, Bet, Gimel? Cambridge research explores social context of ancient writing PhysOrg

The dark side of religion: how ritual human sacrifice helped create unequal societies Auckland University



March 31st, 2016 Edition

View From Space Hints at a New Viking Site in North America New York Times

Indonesian 'Hobbits' may have died out sooner than thought Popular Archaeology

Photos: Watch the ‘Shadow Dagger’ Solar Calendar Mark the Equinox Western Digs

Black Death and self-punishment - remains of medieval whip found at Rufford Abbey Nottinghamshire County Council

Ancient Assyrians buried their dead with turtles Science News

Nepali textile find suggests Silk Road extended further south than previously thought PhysOrg



March 29th & 30th, 2016 Edition

Ancient Non-Stick Pan Factory Found in Italy Discovery

Archaeological finds enrich understanding of pre-Columbian Chile Vida Latina

Archaeologists uncover monumental prehistoric structure on island of Menorca-Artifacts from several ancient periods unearthed Popular Archaeology

Experts Doubt Claims of 'Hidden Chambers' in King Tut's Tomb Live Science

Thousands of Ancient Petroglyphs, ‘Dramatic’ Solar Calendar Reported in N. Arizona Western Digs

Text in lost language may reveal god or goddess worshipped by Etruscans at ancient temple-Rare religious artifact found at ancient temple site in Italy is from lost culture fundamental to western traditions Popular Archaeology

3,400-Year-Old Necropolis Found in Egypt Discovery



March 26th to 28th, 2016 Edition

Colorful Mosaic Uncovered in Unique Byzantine Church in Gush Etzion The Jewish Press

Archaeologists say 4th century pottery piece is rare symbol of Christianity in Roman Britain Culture 24

As Isis is driven out, the extent of damage to Palmyra becomes clear The Independent
and this Syria's Palmyra can be restored in five years, says antiquities chief, UNESCO doubtful Deutsche Welle

5,000-Year-Old Prehistoric Rock Shrine with Huge Human Faces Hewn In Discovered in Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains Archaeology in Bulgaria

CT Scan Shows Pharoah Ramesses III Was Murdered by Multiple Assassins Smithsonian Magazine

Teeth from Natufian-hunted gazelles give clues to climate during Eastern Mediterranean Younger Dryas Popular Archaeology



March 24th & 25th, 2016 Edition

Site in Germany yields human presence over 1 million years ago-Butchery marks on animal carcass bones and stone tools reveal meat consumption by humans Popular Archaeology

Newly Restored Floor Mosaics from Antiquity Synagogue in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv Unveiled for the First Time Archaeology in Bulgaria

Australopithecus fossils found east of the Great Rift Valley-New remains demonstrate adaptability of this precursor to early humans Popular Archaeology

'Corduroy road' logs found under Waterloo LRT construction CBC News

Archaeologists To Study Shackled Skeletons From Ancient Greece To Understand Rise Of Athens Forbes

German WWI warships rediscovered in Portsmouth Harbour after lying forgotten for decades The Independent

Emperor Hadrian's Villa Yields Posh, Arty Apartment Live Science

Ancient Mesopotamian culture vanishing before our eyes-As the land at the heart of the cradle of civilization dries out, an ancient culture is being lost with the unique ecosystem that sustains it Popular Archaeology

When vineyards bloomed in Sudan... Science in Poland



March 23rd, 2016 Edition

Lost medieval castle found on industrial Glasgow site is 'most significant archaeological discovery in a generation' Culture 24

‘Unexpected’ 3,000-Year-Old Bison Hunting Site Discovered in Southern Arizona Western Digs

Two-decade research reveals new information about Caral civilization Andina

3,000-year-old Chinese oracle bones go 3-D PhysOrg

New insights into why pottery production increased significantly at the end of the last Ice Age PhysOrg

A golden age of ancient DNA science begins PhysOrg

A recently discovered 4,500-year-old non-royal boat in the Abusir necropolis is shedding new light on watercraft construction in ancient Egypt Al-Ahram Weekly



March 19th to 22nd, 2016 Edition

Scientists may have discovered 12,000 year old mother's milk, frozen in permafrost Siberian Times

Metallic ink used in the Herculaneum scrolls Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists create 3-D interactive digital reconstruction of King Richard III Popular Archaeology

New Findings on Lao Plain of Jars Help Unravel Ancient Mysteries VOA News



March 18th, 2016 Edition

Holy predynastic graffiti uncovered in Aswan Ahram Online

Whale Graveyards-High and dry and surprisingly littered with whale bones Hakai Magazine

Goths vs. Greeks: Epic Ancient Battle Revealed in Newfound Text Live Science

Uncovering the mystery of very early humans in New Mexico PhysOrg

Medieval painting discovered in Gdansk Scienc in Poland

Warrior king uncovered at east Yorkshire iron age settlement The Guardian

Unique jewellery from the British Isles found in Danish Viking grave Science Nordic



March 16th and 17th, 2016 Edition

1,100 year-old Denmark crucifix ‘may change history’ The Local

Ancient puppy's brain is 'well preserved'... as dog bares its teeth after 12,400 years Siberian Times

City of Biblical Abraham Brimmed With Trade and Riches: Iraqi and American archaeologists are digging at one of the world’s oldest urban centers—and finding evidence of the earliest long-distance commerce National Geographic

Have 2 Chambers Been Discovered in King Tut's Tomb? Live Science

Archeological dig discovers lost lives of Sable Island, Nova Scotia The Chronicle Herald

Science sheds new light on the life and death of medieval king Erik Uppsala University\EurekAlert

Two Family Tomb Sarcophagi from Roman City Augusta Traiana Found during Construction in Bulgaria’s Stara Zagora Archaeology in Bulgaria

Bronze bell recovered from World War II aircraft-carrying submarine off Oahu coast University of Hawaii at Manoa\EurekAlert

'Hugely important' iron age remains found at Yorkshire site The Guardian UK

Ancient Denisovan DNA excavated in modern Pacific Islanders Science Daily



March 15th, 2016 Edition

Message in a Boulder Hakai Magazine

Site of 1503 shipwreck tied to Vasco da Gama found off Oman PhysOrg

400,000-year-old fossils from Spain provide earliest genetic evidence of Neandertals Max Planck Gesellschaft

Archaeologists Uncover Another Branch of the Silk Road Scientific American



March 12th to 14th, 2016 Edition

Hopewell used cross-cultural approach to build great monuments Columbus Dispatch

Verde Valley Archaeology Center to launch new vandalism detection technology Camp Verde Bugle

Archaeological dig planned as metal detectorist discovers untouched Bronze Age burial mound Culture 24

According to the IAA, the Roman coin found in the eastern Galilee region is the second of its kind known in the world Jerusalem Post

Monumental Piers Found in Sunken Harbor City of Corinth Haaretz

Satellites and Shipwrecks: Landsat Satellite Spots Foundered Ships in Coastal Waters NASA

Neanderthals diet: 80% meat, 20% vegetables-Isotope studies shed a new light on the eating habits of the prehistoric humans Science Daily

Ancient Memphis site to undergo regeneration Past Horizons



March 9th to 11th, 2016 Edition

Early human habitat recreated for first time-Pioneering Rutgers scientist helps reconstruct an ancient East African landscape where human ancestors lived 1.8 million years ago Popular Archaeology

Road construction unearths medieval settlement Scottish Government

Geometric-era tomb unearthed on Aegean island of Lesvos eKathimerini

First non-utilitarian weapons found in the Arabian Peninsula CNRS

The benefits of food processing-Processing food before eating likely played key role in human evolution, study finds Harvard University\EurekAlert

More on Treasure-filled tomb of Etruscan 'princess' unearthed The Local

First Evidence of Corn Beer in Southwest Discovered on Teeth From Ancient Burials Western Digs

Digging for where the gods were constructed Phnom Penh Post



March 6th to 8th, 2016 Edition

Medieval Reliquary Discovered at Christian Monastery Looted by Treasure Hunters ahead of Archaeological Excavations Archaeology in Bulgaria

Ancient Burial Site with 100 Tombs Unearthed Near Bethlehem Jewish Press

New York harbor's oyster beds once protected against severe storm and extreme wave damage University of Massachusetts at Amherst\EurekAlert

Significant Civil War-Era Shipwreck Discovered Off N.C. Coast North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources

2,500-year-old seal belonging to a woman unearthed in Jerusalem CNN News

More on For the first time in excavations of ancient Near Eastern sites: Winery found in Canaanite palace Science Daily

Tomb excavations uncover treasures of an Etruscan princess-Amber necklace, golden Egyptian scarab amulet among findings ANSA

Gold crown dug up at Moghalmari in West Bengal Times of India

Bison bones found at lake bottom tell few tales Star Tribune

Scientists resurrected lost medieval town Science in Poland



March 3rd to 5th, 2016 Edition

Tiny island deer in Panama hunted to extinction thousands of years ago Popular Archaeology

Ancient Burial Ground with 100 Tombs Found Near Biblical Bethlehem Live Science

Ancient underground city in Izmit excites archaeology world Hurriyet News

Ancient Roman Puzzle Gets New Piece Discovery

Was Viking ruler Rollo Danish or Norwegian? The Local



March 2nd, 2016 Edition

Paleolithic bone tools found from South China PhysOrg

Remains of controversial Chinese emperor Liu He found Zee News

Why Did Ancient Europeans Just Disappear 14,500 Years Ago? Live Science\Yahoo News

Neanderthals collected manganese dioxide to make fire Leiden University

Inscription Spurs Debate Over Mysterious Greek Tomb Discovery

Archaeologists Find Early Byzantine Fortress near Bulgaria’s Banya Was Rebuilt and Used by Second Bulgarian Empire in the Middle Ages Archaeology in Bulgaria



March 1st, 2016 Edition

Louisiana's Disappearing Coast Takes Ancient History With It WWNO News

Sahara Desert handprint mystery solved: Wadi?Sura?II prints ‘not human’ News Australia

Ancient Grave of Teenage Girl May Reveal Secrets of Southwest’s Earliest Farmers Western Digs

Coins of 42 Roman and Byzantine Emperors Discovered at Late Antiquity Fortress Kovachevsko Kale near Bulgaria’s Popovo So Far Archaeology in Bulgaria

Finds reveal how ancient Egyptian and Nubian cultures blended-Study shows how excavations in Sudan reveal the transformation of Egyptian and Nubian culture Popular Archaeology

Remains of Anglo-Saxon island discovered in Lincolnshire village The Guardian



February 27th to 29th, 2016 Edition

Image of shark found on ancient bronze sword Asahi Shimbun

3D technology reveals diet of ‘Chaucer’s children’ University of Kent

More 'Polish pyramids' - new discoveries of archaeologists Science in Poland

Rare copy of Giotto fresco discovered in ruins of Transylvanian church AFP\Japan Times

New Scans of King Tut's Tomb May Reveal Hidden Burial Chamber Live Science

Archaeologists investigate early 19th century asylum of old Tasmania-Known today as Willow Court, its remains may yet reveal more about the hard and broken lives of the imported convict laborers of colonial Australia Popular Archaeology



February 24th to 26th, 2016 Edition

Tel Aviv University discovers fabric collection dating back to Kings David and Solomon-Textiles found at Timna Valley archaeological dig provide a colorful picture of a complex society Popular Archaeology

Evidence of early medieval Muslim graves found in France-Burial rituals, genetic analysis may indicate 8th century skeletons of North African descent PLoS\EurekAlert

How Pompeii brought ancient Roman wine back to life-Made from ancient grape varieties grown in Pompeii, 'Villa dei Misteri' has to be one of the world's most exclusive wines The Local

Ancient figurine discovered by 7-year-old boy Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

NASA Airborne Radar ‘Sees’ Nasca Lines Sci-News

Flaked stone points raise questions about Brazilian prehistory Archaeology News

11,000-year-old pendant is earliest known Mesolithic art in Britain University of York\EurekAlert

Genetics reveal 50,000 years of independent history of aboriginal Australian people-Scientists worked with aboriginal Australian communities to explore heritage Popular Archaeology



February 23rd, 2016 Edition

The search continues for Fort Germanna Fredericksburg.com

Internal dissension cited as reason for Cahokia's dissolution Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois\EurekAlert

Paleothithic man 'not the main cause of deaths at vast mammoth graveyard' Siberian Times

Dead Sea Scrolls Puzzle Pieces to Be Matched via Digitizing Jewish Press

The space archaeologist unearthed 4000 years old tomb in Egypt Luxor Times



February 20th to 22nd, 2016 Edition

Some Iron Age forts in Europe strengthened by friendly fire, suggests study-Fort engineers vitrified their structures by burning them, making them stronger for defense Popular Archaeology

How hunter-gatherers preserved their food sources Santa Fe Institute\EurekAlert

Finds in Ancient Egyptian rubbish dumps inspire 'world's largest archaeological project' Culture 24

To prevent archaeological looting, scientist wants to crowdsource Digital Journal

Plant biomarkers hint at early human habitat-Scientists reconstruct the environment in which early humans lived nearly 2 million years ago at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania Popular Archaeology

Japanese earthenware time capsules contain 4,300-year-old cockroach egg case impressions Kumamoto University\EurekAlert



February 18th & 19th, 2016 Edition

1st Century bar? Archaeological find in France offers glimpse into ancient tavern USA Today

Perfectly preserved bronze age wheel unearthed in Cambridgeshire The Guardian UK

Jordan Valley Prehistoric Village Discovered Jewish Press

Neanderthals mated with modern humans much earlier than previously thought, study finds-First genetic evidence of modern human DNA in a Neanderthal individual Popular Archaeology

93-Mile-Long Ancient Wall in Jordan Puzzles Archaeologists Live Science

World famous ancient Siberian Venus figurines 'are NOT Venuses after all' Siberian Times

Study sheds more light on the 'hobbit' people-Medical examination of skull shows no support for Homo floresiensis as modern human Popular Archaeology

Humans settled, set fire to Madagascar's forests 1,000 years ago Massachusetts Institute of Technology\EurekAlert

UCL Petrie Museum’s Tarkhan Dress: world’s oldest woven garment University College London

The skeleton of a 16-month-old infant from the Pre-Dynastic period uncovered in the Nag Al-Qarmila area of Aswan shows the first signs of scurvy in ancient Egypt Al-Ahram Weekly



February 16th & 17th, 2016 Edition

Israeli archaeologists discover 7,000-year-old settlement Associated Press\Yahoo News

Easter Island civilization not destroyed by war, analysis shows Popular Archaeology

Archaeologists Discover Late Roman Graves at Ancient Thracian Tomb Ostrusha near Bulgaria’s Kazanlak Archaeology in Bulgaria

Aberdeen Art Gallery redevelopment works reveal medieval history Aberdeen City Council

Sleuth finds a lost Spanish settlement in Florida Panhandle Times Union

More on Remains Found of 7,000-Year-Old Man Buried Upright Discovery

History shows that atheism is as natural to humans as religion Past Horizons



February 14th & 15th, 2016 Edition

On the Global Trail-Archaeologist travels the world, takes on 12 projects in 12 countries for 12 months Popular Archaeology

New clues illuminate mysteries of ancient Egyptian portraits Science News

Anglo Saxon gold mount 'mystery' in Norfolk BBC News

Medieval trading ship raised to surface 'almost intact' after 500 years on riverbed in Netherlands Independent UK

Underground city comes to surface Hurriyet Daily News



February 12th & 13th, 2016 Edition

Mysterious Graves Discovered at Ancient European Cemetery- Archaeologists in Germany have uncovered the bodies of children and of one adult man who was buried, strangely, standing upright National Geographic

FOCUS ON TUVA: Stunning treasures - and macabre slaughter - in Siberia's Valley of the Kings Siberian Times

New-found ruin could be linked to Massacre of Glencoe BBC News

UWinnipeg uncovers ancient Egyptian treasure University of Winnipeg

Effort to unlock secrets of 3,700-year-old woman 'Ava' BBC News



February 11th, 2016 Edition

All Roads Lead to Rome: Exploring Human Migration to the Eternal City through Biochemistry of Skeletons from Two Imperial-Era Cemeteries (1st-3rd c AD) PLoS

Archaeologists present findings of Chamorros migration PhysOrg

Archaeologists uncover buried village on Anglesey BBC News

Sterkfontein Caves produce two new hominin fossils-The famous caves have yielded some new surprises, raising new questions related to human evolution Popular Archaeology



February 9th & 10th, 2016 Edition

Vandals strike ancient archeological site near Tucson KOLD News

Remains of 'extraordinary' Roman arcade found in Colchester Telegraph UK

Bronze Age burial near Stonehenge discovered by badger BBC News

Some 5,000 years ago, silver mining on the shores of the Aegean Sea-An exceptional archaeological discovery at Thorikos (Greece) Ghent University\EurekAlert

Ancient Roman Brooch Contains 'Lovely' Palindrome Live Science

Mysterious Ancient ‘Padlock’ Found in Excavations of Ancient Serdica in Bulgaria’s Capital Sofia Archaeology in Bulgaria

700-year-old Danish 'Civil War' coins uncovered The Local

Discovering the source of marble used in Roman buildings Past Horizons



February 6th to 8th, 2016 Edition

Archaeology: Mammoth find in Siberia could change understanding of America's discovery Columbus Dispatch

A surprising find about a possible early human ancestor-Study shows Australopithecus sediba didn't likely consume hard foods Popular Archaeology

Unknown Richly Decorated Statue of Roman Emperor Trajan Kept in Storage of Bulgaria’s National Museum of History for Decades Archaeology in Bulgaria

New 'Little Ice Age' coincides with fall of Eastern Roman Empire and growth of Arab Empire-Drop in temperature following volcanic eruptions shaped history, suggest researchers Popular Archaeology

200,000 fish bones suggest ancient Scandinavian people were more complex than thought-Archaeologists discover fish fermentation site in Sweden Elsevier\EurekAlert

Egyptian archaeologists call for tougher security measures after 'sale of pyramid pieces' Ahram Online



February 5th, 2016 Edition

Archaeological Excavation Conducted in Cremisan Valley International Middle East Media Center

Lasers reveal 'lost' Roman roads United Kingdom Government

U of A Researchers Help Capture Lifecycle of Roman Pottery University of Arkansas

From genes to latrines—Vikings and their worms provide clues to emphysema PhysOrg



February 4th, 2016 Edition

Legal bid fails to rebury remains of 2,500 year old tattooed 'ice princess' Siberian Times

Peru recovers largest batch of cultural relics Andina

Historic church discovered in Turkey’s Nevsehir ‘could change history of Orthodoxy’ Hurriyet News

DNA evidence uncovers major upheaval in Europe near end of last Ice Age PhysOrg



February 3rd, 2016 Edition

90 archaeological sites found in Arequipa, Peru Andina

UNESCO: Machu Picchu improves and leaves 'endangered heritage' list Peru This Week

Humans evolved by sharing technology and culture-Our early ancestors, Homo sapiens, managed to evolve and journey across the earth by exchanging and improving their technology Popular Archaeology

Ancient Tomb from Thracian-Roman Period Discovered during Construction Works in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv Archaeology in Bulgaria

Samurai Secrets: 1888 Martial Arts Manual for Cops Revealed Live Science

Hiker Discovers 3500-Year-Old Egyptian Seal in Galilee Jewish Press

Powerful Women Buried at Stonehenge Discovery

Laser reveals secrets of early medieval Prussians Science in Poland



February 2nd, 2016 Edition

More on Discovery shows prehistoric man consumed tortoises Popular Archaeology

‘Sex toys’ or religious relics? Wooden phalluses found at lost burial site in Xinjiang desert point to quirks of ancient Chinese society South China Morning Post

The discovery of an ornate Roman fresco revealed Museum of London Archaeology

New research sharpens understanding of poison-arrow hunting in Africa University of Kansas

New early Lapita site discovered in Bua Fiji Village



February 1st, 2016 Edition

Turtle soup, perchance? Prehistoric man had a penchant for tortoises American Friends of Tel Aviv University\EurekAlert

Archaeologists long underestimated early hominins Senckenberg-University of Tübingen

A unique boat from the pyramid age discovered at Abusir by the expedition of the Czech Institute of Egyptology Charles University Prague

Study suggests how modern humans drove Neanderthals to extinction Popular Archaeology



January 30th & 31st, 2016 Edition

Nearly 20 Stone-Tool Sites, Dating Back Up To 12,000 Years, Discovered In Nevada Western Digs

Decapitated Gladiators Reveal Roman Empire's Genetic Influence Live Science\Yahoo News

Chinese archaeologists are expected to dig in Egypt for the first time, as authorities of the two nations are in discussion of a cultural cooperation project Xinhuanet



January 27th to 29th, 2016 Edition

Ancient Babylonians Used Geometry to Track Jupiter-The method was developed by the Babylonians over a thousand years before it was reinvented in 14th century Europe Popular Archaeology
and this Math whizzes of ancient Babylon figured out forerunner of calculus Science Magazine

Ancient Australian bird extinction points to humans-Study provides first reliable evidence humans were preying on now-extinct Australian Megafauna about 50,000 years ago Popular Archaeology

Inscriptions on Sharjah tomb prove Oman kingdom existed in third century BC The National UAE

‘Fujizuka’ mound in Shizuoka dates to Edo Period, survey shows Asahi Shimbun



January 26th, 2016 Edition

Excavation Reveals Significant Statuettes at Archaeological Site of Aptera Greek Reporter

As the Arctic Erodes, Archaeologists Are Racing to Protect Ancient Treasures Smithsonian Magazine
and this History is Melting Hakai Magazine

Discovering a Roman Imperial Winery at Vagnari (Italy) Past Horizons



January 22nd to 25th, 2016 Edition

East Asia makes a comeback in the human evolution stakes The Conversation

Roman-Byzantine grave unearthed on Istanbul’s Istiklal Avenue Hurriyet News

Archaeologists uncover surprising secret in Bristol Cathedral’s first dig for more than 150 years Bristol Post

Research reveals K’omoks people’s advanced fishing methods a thousand years ago Comox Valley Echo

Archaeologists find remains of women sacrificed 1,000 years ago in Peru Jerusalem Post

Neolithic megalithic tomb in Spain comprehensively examined for the first time University of Basel\EurekAlert

Ancient humans dispersed through Arabia during greener times-Recent research has provided evidence of early human presence in an otherwise hostile environment Popular Archaeology

Lima: Remains of presumed weaver dating back to 3,500 years ago found in huaca Peru This Week

The aftermath of 1492-Study shows how Native American depopulation impacted ecology Popular Archaeology

Genetic history of present-day Indians-Genetic study sheds new light on ancestral populations of the Indian subcontinent Popular Archaeology

Study overturns prevailing ideas about sacrifices at Tenochtitlan EFE\Fox News

Pottery Analysis Reveals Visigoths Settled En Masse in Northeast Bulgaria Shortly before Roman Empire’s Division Archaeology in Bulgaria



January 21st, 2016 Edition

Earliest Case Of Scurvy In Ancient Egypt Detected By Archaeologists Forbes

Uncovering the Culture of Bronze Age Logboats Hakai Magazine

Neolithic tomb reveals community stayed together, even in death-47 individuals buried around 3700 BC part of closely related farming community Popular Archaeology

Oldest Human Footprints in the Southwest Discovered at Tucson Construction Site Western Digs

Archaeologists Discover 7,000-Year-Old Fortress Wall in Prehistoric Settlement near Bulgaria’s Hotnitsa Archaeology in Bulgaria

Archaeologists Discover Large Ancient Theater on Greek Island of Lefkada Greek Reporter



January 20th, 2016 Edition

No fairy tale: Origins of some famous stories go back thousands of years Science News

Undersea treasure: archaeologists find submerged Qin dynasty ‘seaside palace’ of China’s first emperor South China Morning Post

Huge collection of medieval documents discovered in Gniezno Science in Poland

Prehistoric 10,000-year-old Mass Murder Site Discovered by Kenyan Lake Haaretz

Danes discover 9,000-year-old skeletons with a strange history Copenhagen Post



January 19th, 2016 Edition

Before Hatshepsut: Early Egyptian Queen Revealed in Hieroglyphs Live Science

Piecing together the gruesome story of York’s headless Romans University of York

Stalagmite unlocks ancient secrets Deutsche Welle



January 16th to 18th, 2016 Edition

Archaeologists believe they've found artifacts from Alaska's 'cursed' warship, the Neva Alaska Dispatch

Archaeologists Find Wooden Wall, ‘Four-Leaf Clover’ Amulet in Prehistoric Settlement Mound in Bulgaria’s Petko Karavelovo Archaeology in Bulgaria

Particles could reveal clues to how Egypt pyramid was built PhysOrg

Chinese archaeologists locate ancient city famed for political reform China Daily

Two Danish discoveries among 2015's best archaeology Science Nordic

Archaeologists know more about the ancient capital of Cyprus Science in Poland

Fresh archaeological dig gives rare chance to uncover Tasmanian convict history ABC News



January 15th, 2016 Edition

Archaeologists Find North Gate of Ancient Agathopolis in Bulgaria’s Ahtopol, ‘Brand New’ Gold Coin of Byzantine Emperor Justine I Archaeology in Bulgaria

'Cave of forgotten dreams' may hold earliest painting of volcanic eruption Nature

Prehistoric mat reveals ancient Chinese weaving techniques Xinhuanet

Meet the archaeologists making ancient rock art into 3D reality University of Cambridge

Grisly find suggests humans inhabited Arctic 45,000 years ago Science Magazine

Researchers confirm site of hangings for Salem witch trials San Francisco Chronicle

List of Murderers Revealed on Cathedral Wall-inscription found in a Russian cathedral that names men who murdered a prince Discovery



January 14th, 2016 Edition

Bronze Age village found near ancient Roman city The Local

Plague may have persisted in Europe during 300-year period, including 'Black Death’-Genetic analysis reveals Y. pestis bacteria may have persisted long-term in Europe Popular Archaeology

Caral surprises the world for advanced knowledge and technology Andina

New evidence reveals humans on Indonesian island 60,000 years earlier than previously thought University of Wollongong

Sixth-century wooden foot thought be Europe's oldest prosthetic implant The Guardian UK

New discoveries concerning Ötzi's genetic history-The Iceman's maternal genetic line originated in the Alps and is now extinct Popular Archaeology



January 12th & 13th, 2016 Edition

Italian-Russian archeologists make major discovery in Sudan Agenzia Giornalistica Italia

What History Gives, the Sea Steals Hakai Magazine

'A bronze age Pompeii': archaeologists hail discovery of Peterborough site Guardian UK

Archaeologists Begin Excavation of Honduran 'Lost City' National Geographic

Behind the Myth of King Midas-The Penn Museum reveals newly discovered archaeology and artifacts of the royalty and kingdom of King Midas of the Golden Touch Popular Archaeology



January 9th to 11th, 2016 Edition

Archaeologists discover world's oldest tea buried with ancient Chinese emperor The Independent UK

This Ancient City Was Three Times Bigger Than Archaeologists Suspected Smithsonian Magazine

New findings on prehistoric stone tool industry in Italy-The Uluzzian stone tool industry, widely thought to be the product of anatomically modern humans, may actually have its roots in a stone tool tradition linked to Neanderthals Popular Archaeology

Prosthetic Leg with Hoofed Foot Discovered in Ancient Chinese Tomb Live Science

Real Sunken Cities-These five sunken cities testify to the risks of coastal life Hakai Magaine

Ancient burial rituals prove you can take it with you... and what you take says a lot EurekAlert\University of Cincinnati

New digital tools could help speed up cultural heritage work-Archaeologists will soon have access to new digital tools for reassembly and erosion, while advances in predictive scanning could open up new market opportunities Cordis

4500 years old tomb of unknown Ancient Egyptian Queen discovered Luxor Times

The Anthropocene: hard evidence for a human-driven Earth University of Leicester

Footprints among top findings of Yenikapi excavations Hurriyet News

Long-lost Roman roads discovered on flood maps: Hi-tech Lidar data reveals the route of 2,000-year-old highways across Britain Daily Mail



January 8th, 2016 Edition

Ancient Roman toilets did not improve sanitation-Research shows Romanization actually spread parasites Popular Archaeology

More on Wrecks From Infamous 19th Century Whaling ‘Disaster’ Discovered Off Alaska Coast Western Digs

Archaeologist discovers Maya royal burial PhysOrg

Honduras to make archeological dig for mysterious 'White City' PhysOrg

Fish trap from the Middle Ages discovered in Lake Lednickie Science in Poland



January 7th, 2016 Edition

Neanderthal genes gave modern humans an immunity boost and allergies Popular Archaeology

Pathogens found in Otzi's stomach EurekAlert

Buried treasure: 1700s ship, preserved in a watery grave, emerges as hotel goes up Stars and Stripes



January 6th, 2016 Edition

Bulgaria’s Sozopol to Restore Ancient Statue of Apollo, ‘Colossus of Apollonia Pontica’, Not Unlike Greece’s Plans to Rebuild Colossus of Rhodes Archaeology in Bulgaria

Archaeological Discovery Yields Surprising Revelations about Europe’s Oldest City University of Cincinnati

Sharjah excavations unearth objects dated as early as 8,000BC The National UAE

Five missing kings and queens – and where we might find them Independent UK

There’s a 3,400 Year Old Canaanite Citadel in my Basement Jewish Press

Remains of lost 1800s whaling fleet discovered off Alaska’s Arctic coast NOAA



January 5th, 2016 Edition

Early 17th century church at Jamestown to be excavated-Plans include investigation of the 1617 church remains Popular Archaeology

Researchers to uncover forensic secrets of Britain's historic wax seals PhysOrg

Day 1 of dig unearths evidence of 1,300-year-old village Herald Tribune

Untangling an Accounting Tool and an Ancient Incan Mystery New York Times



January 3rd & 4th, 2016 Edition

Skeleton of 16th century 'pirate' discovered under Edinburgh primary school Telegraph UK

Fort dig uncovered War of 1812 horse mystery Columbus Dispatch

Archaeologists Return to Neanderthal Cave as ISIS Pushed from Iraq Live Science

The first European farmers are traced back to Anatolia EurekAlert

Ancient grave in Alberta farmer's field unearths historical mystery CBC News



January 1st & 2nd, 2016 Edition

Archaeologists unearth military arsenal from the era of Ivan the Terrible PhysOrg

Ancient road uncovered in Turkey’s Tarsus Hurriyet News

Using Lasers to Preserve Antiquities Threatened by ISIS New York Times

Latest study suggests early human dispersal into Spain through Strait of Gibraltar-Most recent dating places one wave of human dispersal out of Africa into southeastern Spain at almost one million years ago Popular Archaeology

King Amenhotep III statue accidently recovered in Edfu Ahram Online

Half of artifacts from Confederate gunship returned to river Stars and Stripes



December 31st, 2015 Edition-Happy New Year to All!!

Unearthing Roman 'nerve centre' in Spain BBC News

Digging up the Past in 2016: What Archaeologists Expect to Find Live Science

The surprising thing ancient mummies tell us about what to eat Washington Post

New discovery in Qantara West suggests date of origin of Tel Al-Dafna site Ahram Online



December 29th & 30th, 2015 Edition

20,000 items and counting at Haihunhou CCTV

Archaeological dig in central Israel uncovers Byzantine church and 2700-year-old farm Jerusalem Post

Microstories from before 4000 years Science in Poland

New Insights Emerging on America’s First English Colony-Clues from the soil raise new questions Popular Archaeology

Ancient shepherd's hut dating from more than 4,500 years ago discovered by chance South Wales Argus

Remains of Stone Age Hunters Found in Western Iran Tasnim News Agency



December 27th & 28th, 2015 Edition

Historic bath and mosaics found in central Anatolia Hurriyet News

Top 5 Archaeology Discoveries in the American West of 2015 Western Digs

Son of Hercules vs. Hydra: Altar Showing Mythical Battle Discovered Live Science

Kinder, Gentler Vikings? Not According to Their Slaves National Geographic

Scientists sequence first ancient Irish human genomes-The genomes show unequivocal evidence for mass migrations into Ireland Popular Archaeology

New insights on origin of Polynesians-Study supports an early Lapita origin for Polynesians Popular Archaeology

800-year-old shipwreck found off Salento coast The Local

Statue of a ram discovered near ancient church in Caesarea Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs



December 24th to 26th, 2015 Edition

More on scientists find 1500-year-old Viking settlement beneath new airport site Ars Technica

Ancient Egyptian artefacts discovered in Aswan's Gebel Al-Silsila Ahram Online

Did Egypt’s Old Kingdom Die—or Simply Fade Away? National Geographic

Choquequirao – Field Report 2015 Peruvian Times



December 22nd & 23rd, 2015 Edition

Archaeological Finds in El Salvador Tell a Whole Different Tale about Maya Society-Artifacts uncovered by the Cerén dig suggest Maya citizens enjoyed certain freedoms when trading and making societal decisions Scientific American

History mystery: Gold tool discovered in Jerusalem cemetery leaves archaeologists stumped Jerusalem Post

Iron-Age Norwegians Liked Their Bling NewsWise\Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Archaeologists Find Altars for Chthonic Deity Rituals in Fortresses of Ancient Thracian Tribe Asti in Southeast Bulgaria Archaeology In Bulgaria

Construction crew unearths remains of ‘corduroy road’ in Fairfax Washington Post

Greek and Danish archaeologists excavate the ancient Greek harbour town Lechaion University of Copenhagen

Tiny Tudor treasure hoard found in Thames mud Guardian UK

Chinese archaeologists in Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province, found important clues to a bronze casting workshop during the recent excavation at Haojing Site China Daily

Religion a key to early state formation in ancient Mexico Popular Archaeology



December 20th & 21st, 2015 Edition

Decapitated body with head between legs found among unusual Roman burials at new armed forces site Culture 24

Evil-Thwarting 'Rattles' Found in Prehistoric Infant's Grave Live Science

Thracologists Discover Ancient Thracian Rock Step Pyramid in Eastern Rhodope Mountains in Southern Bulgaria Archaeology in Bulgaria

600-year-old Charlemagne insignia found in Zurich SwissInfo

External coffin lid of 2,000-year-old Chinese tomb opened China Daily

Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun's wet nurse might have been his sister The Guardian UK

Islamic State seizes Unesco heritage site in Libya The Telegraph UK

More on Archaeologists study Scythian nomad graves Past Horizons



December 18th & 19th, 2015 Edition

The Mystery of Red Deer Cave-New insights emerge about the enigmatic archaic human remains found in a Chinese cave Popular Archaeology

Ancient Egyptians described Algol's eclipses Science Daily

Could Queen Nefertiti's Tomb Reveal Secrets From Egypt's Shadowy Past? National Geographic

University of Haifa Excavations Uncover Unique Hebrew Inscription Showing Existence of a Jewish Village at Kursi University of Haifa\Newswise

Sickle-Wearing Skeletons Reveal Ancient Fear of Demons Live Science

Archaeologists find traces of violent coup in ancient Kingdom of Bosporus Popular Archaeology



December 16th & 17th, 2015 Edition

800-Year-Old Camp Found in Oregon Sand Dunes Poses Migration Mystery Western Digs

Archaeologist Claims to Have Unlocked Phaistos Disk Mystery Greek Reporter

Anclient marble slab discovered as Kinneret water levels drop Jewish Press

Ancient Thracian Gold Laurel Wreath Which May Have Originated in Ancient Troy Turned In to Bulgaria’s National Museum of History Archaeology in Bulgaria

Rare marble sphinx unearthed in NW China Xinhuanet

Dog has been man's best friend for 33,000 years, DNA study finds Telegraph UK

Cult of Zeus found in Metropolis Hurriyet News

Site of first multi-year European settlement in the U.S. identified by University of West Florida archaeology program University of West Florida



December 13th to 15th, 2015 Edition

Archaeological Site and Village in Armenia among Europe’s ‘Most Endangered’ Asbarez News

Why Stonehenge's bluestones 'were moved from Wales by glaciers NOT prehistoric people' Wales Online

Archaeologists Discover 3,000-Year-Old Ancient Thracian Necropolis with Gold Finds during Rescue Digs near Bulgaria’s Dragoman Archaeology in Bulgaria

131 ancient Chinese ‘hanging’ coffins found on side of 100m cliff near Three Gorges Dam South China Morning Post

Archaeologists Discover Elite 6th Century AD Cavalryman With Unique Foot Prosthesis Forbes

This One Bone Is The Only Skeletal Evidence For Crucifixion In The Ancient World Forbes

Rare treasure found in Suffolk depicts medieval 'Wild Man' BBC News

Archaeologists are studying the cradle of the Scythians Science in Poland

Millet: The missing link in prehistoric humans' transition from hunter-gatherer to farmer Popular Archaeology



December 12th, 2015 Edition

6,000-year-old skeletons in French pit came from victims of violence Science News

Archaeologists unearth slice of pre-1906 earthquake Chinatown amid Central Subway construction San Francisco Examiner

Archaeologists unearth new evidence of Roman and medieval Leicester University of Leicester

More on Viking hoard discovery reveals little-known king 'airbrushed from history' Telegraph UK



December 11th, 2015 Edition

Sunken haul of Roman fish sauce found off Italy The Local

Studies show early human hunters more advanced than previously thought-Archaeological evidence reveals new insights into prehistoric hunting culture in present-day Germany 300,000 years ago Popular Archaeology

Dutch archaeologists find proof of Julius Caesar-led massacre in the Netherlands Dutch News

DNA tests uncover rare 2,000 year-old golden horse Xinhuanet



December 10th, 2015 Edition

Archeological student's report could change story of Civil War massacre The Carthage Press

Archaeologists discover earliest British gun flints on Clan island off coast of Scotland Culture 24

Gold-plated teeth recovered from Nalanda archaeological site Times of India

Archaeologists Discover Huge Ancient Roman Horreum (Granary) in Kovachevsko Kale Fortress near Bulgaria’s Popovo Archaeology in Bulgaria

Viking hoard found in field sheds light on England's origins Associated Press\Yahoo News



December 9th, 2015 Edition

New discoveries redefine Angkor Wat's history University of Sydney\EurekAlert

Shifting sand dunes reveal large Bronze Age settlement BBC News

Astronomy archaeology – finding 120-year-old observations University of Copenhagen

The tomb of sultan Suleiman in Szigetvár University of Pécs



December 8th, 2015 Edition

Traces of Vikings found at Bathonea archaeological excavation in Istanbul Today's Zaman

Unexpected wood source for Chaco Canyon great houses Popular Archaeology

More on ‘Forgotten Casualty’ of Pearl Harbor Attack Revealed Off Coast of Hawaii Western Digs

NYU-led research differentiates facial growth in Neanderthals and modern humans-Scientific team advances understanding of the morphological processes that distinguish Neanderthals' faces from modern humans' Popular Archaeology



December 6th & 7th, 2015 Edition

More on University of Lincoln uncovers hundreds of 11,000-year-old tools BBC News

Technology to help pinpoint 1862 Pea Ridge battle lines Arkansas Online

Archaeologist Discovers 8,000-Year-Old Nephrite ‘Frog-like’ Swastika in Slatina Neolithic Settlement in Bulgaria’s Capital Sofia Archaeology in Bulgaria

Stonehenge 'bluestone' quarries confirmed 140 miles away in Wales PhysOrg
and then there is this 'No evidence' Stonehenge bluestones came from Pembrokeshire BBC News

Archaeological Society denies claims of Agamemnon throne discovery eKathimerini

UA anthropologists study ancient peoples through their kitchens University of Arizona

Colombia finds treasure galleon, ending 300-year mystery AFP\Yahoo News

Bolivian Archaeologists Dig For Rare Artefacts teleSUR

The first inter-cultural ‘party’ in Europe? Past Horizons

Poles study ancient Greek colony of Tanais Science in Poland



December 5th, 2015 Edition

Ancient 'Wand' May Be Oldest Example of Lead Work in the Levant Live Science

2000-year-old Han Dynastry site discovered in northwestern China CCTV

Intact, Packed Etruscan Tomb Found Discovery



December 4th, 2015 Edition

More on Rebel Paleolithic artist breaks the rules, draws a campsite 13,800 years ago Los Angeles Times

Archaeologist Finds Marble Head from Ancient Roman Female Statue during Rescue Digs in Bulgaria’s Stara Zagora Archaeology in Bulgaria

US Seaplane Lost in Pearl Harbor Revealed Discovery

Silver jewellery dating back a thousand years found in Czermno Science in Poland

What secrets has this huge hole at the University of Lincoln revealed? Lincolnshire Echo

Glacial Rock in Greenland Offers Clues to Norse Migration Patterns Popular Archaeology



December 3rd, 2015 Edition

Archaeologists uncover Bronze Age trade routes between Iran and Mesopotamia Past Horizons

Nara's Great Buddha has a bad hair day The Asahi Shimbun

More on Impression of biblical king's seal found in Jerusalem BBC News

Vietnam’s ancient Dong Son drum found in Timor Leste Vietnam Net



December 2nd, 2015 Edition

Imaging yields evidence of heart disease in archaeological find EurekAlert

Couple unearth remains of 'rich' female buried up to 1,000 years ago with her rare Chinese bronze mirror Siberian Times

King Hezekiah’s Seal Discovered in Jerusalem Jewish Press

8000-year-old "Viste Boy" sent for DNA analysis PhysOrg

Oldest Peach Pits Found in China Discovery

An abandoned Roman villa: The Otford site which was systematically demolished in the 4th century Culture24

Engraved schist slab may depict paleolithic campsites-13,000 year-old engraving may map hunter-gatherer campsite Popular Archaeology



December 1st, 2015 Edition

Female 'Amazon' warrior buried 2,500 years ago in Altai Mountains was... male Siberian Times

Mexico experts: passageway may lead to Aztec ruler's tomb Austin American Statesman

Ancient Greek Temple Aligned to Full Moon Discovery

Archaeologist reveals how pre-Columbian cultures adapted to El Niño Peru This Week
and this The Civilizing Power of Nature Hakai Magazine

Huge Geometric Shapes in Middle East May Be Prehistoric Live Science