Silver and the Phoenician expansion Popular Archaeology

Stolen Mummy Feet, Arms and More Found Stashed in Speakers at Cairo Airport Live Science

18 Skeletons, 3 Buttons and a Revolutionary War Mystery New York Times

1,600 Year-Old Wealthy Samaritan’s Estate Unearthed 14 Miles East of Ra’anana Jewish Press

Archaeological evidence shows Minoans used violence and were prepared for war Tornos News

2,000-year-old tattoo needle identified by archaeologists National Geographic

Non-destructive archaeology finds military fort beneath Alcatraz prison The Engineer UK

GPR technology aids in uncovering early Jamestown features and burial Popular Archaeology

Northwest Coast clam gardens nearly 2,000 years older than previously thought -- study Simon Fraser University\EurekAlert

Spain logs hundreds of shipwrecks that tell story of maritime past Guardian UK

Ancient Angkor’s mysterious decline may have been slow, not sudden-Sediment analyses suggest that the city’s elite gradually abandoned the Khmer Empire capital Science News

Facial recognition software to identify Civil War soldiers Science Daily

Rare Roman graffiti in Cumbria quarry to be captured in 3D The Guardian UK

5th century Greek inscription found at site of ancient Samaritan rebellion Times of Israel

Mount Vesuvius Didn't Kill Everyone in Pompeii. Where Did the Survivors Go? Live Science

Discovery sheds light on mystery of ancient Native American city’s downfall Independent UK


New map of Beringia 'opens your imagination' to what landscape looked like 18,000 years ago CBC News

More on tomb containing 50 mummies uncovered in Egypt The Guardian UK

Airport construction threatens unexplored archaeological sites in Peru Science Magazine

Vikings Were Fearless-Except When It Was Too Cold:Greenland was balmy when the Vikings invaded, a new study based on isotopes in flies has proven, and they left as the glaciers bore down Haaretz

Archaeologists Find Evidence Of Human Habitation In The Rockies Stretching Back 9,000 Years KUNC News

The Caucasus: Complex interplay of genes and cultures-Genetic studies of ancient populations in the Caucasus region testify to the complex interaction of populations from the Eurasian steppe and the Caucasus Mountains in the Bronze Age Popular Archaeology

Hundreds of Mysterious Stone Structures Discovered in Western Sahara Live Science

A taste for fat may have made us human, says study Popular Archaeology

'X-ray gun' helps researchers pinpoint the origins of pottery found on ancient shipwreck Field Museum

Quake that battered ancient Rome is traced to its lair-A? fault in the Apennine Mountains wreaked damage on structures including the Colosseum Nature Magazine

2,200-yr-old turquoise mining site unearthed in Xinjiang Xinhuanet

Danes pull Medieval sword from ground in Aalborg street The Local

Why Alexander the Great May Have Been Declared Dead Prematurely (It's Pretty Gruesome) Live Science