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Ice Age excavation urged for Vero Beach, Florida

Scientists are hoping to launch a full excavation into Vero Beach's Ice Age history. The city is one of a few places in the United States where human skeletal remains apparently have been found with bones of now extinct animals — indicating they lived together here from 11,000 to

Avenue of Sphinxes undergoing excavation

The Avenure of Sphinxes in Luxor, Egypt, it undergoing excavation and restoration in order to turn it into part of an open-air museum. Built by the 30th Dynasty king Nectanebo I (380-362 BC), the avenue is 2,700 meters long and 76 meters wide, and lined with a number of statues in

Excavation planned for home where Shakespeare died

Archaeologists are planning to dig at the Stratford-upon-Avon home where William Shakespeare died in 1616. "Our purpose would be to create a modern record of New Place, providing us with a better understanding of the site, and potentially revealing new information about the house in which Shakespeare died and the way

Ancient Native American mounds stall $15 million project

An archaeological find in Florida has ground a $15 million project to a halt when excavators found human teeth, bone fragments and tools, dating as far back as 5,000 years. The $15 million project to flood 7,000 acres at the end of Malabar Road is stalled indefinitely as federal officials negotiate