Early Anglo-Saxon church found on Island of Lindisfarne

Published on July 24th, 2017 | by admin

The remains of an early Anglo-Saxon church has been discovered on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. The dig has uncovered huge sandstone blocks used in the building of the church on The Heugh, a ridge on [&hellip... Read More


Prehistoric fish trap found in Alaska

Published on July 24th, 2017 | by admin

A prehistoric stone fish trap has been found on Kodiak Island in Alaska. Alutiiq Museum archaeologists have located the remains of a stone fish trap and an associated set of petroglyphs on northern Kodiak Island. The [&hellip... Read More


3rd century buildings found in Rome

Published on July 21st, 2017 | by admin

Traces of buildings dating back to the 3rd century A.D. have been found during Metro construction in Rome. Two ancient Roman edifices have been discovered during excavations to extend Metro Line C in Rome. Archeologists were [&hellip... Read More


Colonial-era lock found in Michigan

Published on July 20th, 2017 | by admin

A brass lock which may be 250 years old has been unearthed in Michigan. Staff at the historic fort and trading post in Mackinaw City discovered the intact, 2.75-inch long and 2.25-inch wide brass artifact while [&hellip... Read More


Ancient tomb tourist graffiti studied

Published on July 20th, 2017 | by admin

Researchers at the University of Warsaw have completed a 3D record of tourist graffiti found on the walls of the tomb of Ramesses VI. “I visited and I did not like anything except the sarcophagus!”; “I [&hellip... Read More


Stone floor and ritual vessel found at Machu Picchu

Published on July 19th, 2017 | by admin

A stone floor and fragmented ritual vessel have been found at Machu Picchu. In a passage behind the “water mirrors” (recinto de espejos de agua), researchers at the Ministry of Culture have revealed a stone paved [&hellip... Read More


Ancient dugout canoe discovered in Louisiana

Published on July 18th, 2017 | by admin

A dugout believes to be up to 1000 years old has been found along the Red River in Louisiana. The dugout canoe will be taken to Texas A&M University, where preservation efforts could take one to [&hellip... Read More


Ancient Egyptian prosthetic toe re-examined

Published on July 18th, 2017 | by admin

Researchers from the University of Bassel are re-examining a 3,000-year-old Egyptian prosthetic toe. Fitted with a lace-up leather strap, the shapely prosthetic toe belonged to a priest’s daughter, who was buried with it near royalty in [&hellip... Read More


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