Frescoed Roman dining room found in Bulgaria

Published on July 14th, 2010 | by Admin

A wall of paintings has been found inside a Roman residence at Novae in Bulgaria. Over 21 days, Pavlina Vladkova, an archaeologist from the Regional History Museum in Veliko Tarnovo, researched a residence, located outside of [&hellip... Read More

Actress discovers 500-year-old church vault by accident

Published on July 14th, 2010 | by Admin

While rehearsing a scene, an actress accidentally put her foot through into a previously unknown 500-year-old church vault. Kathy Mills exposed the entrance to the secret chamber that had been hidden for centuries as she rehearsed [&hellip... Read More

Drought reveals Bronze Age graves

Published on July 14th, 2010 | by Admin

A drought in Oxfordshire has revealed several Bronze Age graves. Hot air balloon pilot Michael Wolf, of Reading Road, Wallingford, was training another pilot near North Stoke when they spotted several dark circles in a farmer’s [&hellip... Read More

Indus Valley site ravaged by floods

Published on July 13th, 2010 | by Admin

Flooding at Jognakhera where 5,000-year-old coppy smelting furnaces have been found has been submerged under nearly 10 feet of water. The archaeological site and the village of Jognakhera is just 1km from the SYL breach. Residents [&hellip... Read More

Excavations begin at undisturbed slave dwellings

Published on July 13th, 2010 | by Admin

Archaeologists have begun excavations on the undisturbed remains of slave dwellings at James Madison’s house in Montpelier, Vermont. She said her most exciting discovery so far is a bone-handled pocket knife. When she uncovered it with [&hellip... Read More

Help find the tomb of Genghis Khan

Published on July 13th, 2010 | by Admin

Wired has posted an interesting article on how you can help in the search for Genghis Khan’s tomb by studying satellite imagery from the comfort of your own home. By combining the use of high tech [&hellip... Read More

Found: The biggest canal ever built by Romans

Published on July 12th, 2010 | by Admin

Archaeologists have found the bgigest canal ever built by Romans in an ancient port which was as important as Cathage of Alexandria. Scholars discovered the 100-yard-wide (90-metre-wide) canal at Portus, the ancient maritime port through which [&hellip... Read More

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