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3,000-year-old wooden box found in copper mine

A Bronze Age box used in central-Europe's biggest copper-mining operation has been found in Salzburg. They said the box from the Middle and Late Bronze Ages, which was discovered using the latest high-tech research methods including laser scanning, dated to between 1,500 and 1,000 B.C. Provincial archaeologist Raimund Kastler today (Mon) called

Two new Mozart pieces performed on the musician’s own piano

Two newly discovered pieces of music written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as a child have been performed in the Austrian city of his birth, Salzburg. The piano pieces had long been in the archive of the International Mozarteum Foundation but only recently were they identified as compositions by Mozart. The music was