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Temple complex found in French countryside

An ancient religious complex, dating back 2,000 years, has been uncovered in Le Mans, France. Excavations near the antique city of Vindunum (now Le Mans) have revealed a vast religious site dating from the first to the third centuries AD with remarkably well-preserved offerings. Sometimes archaeology requires imagination. And you

Turkish temple predates civilization

Newsweek has an interesting article about Göbekli Tepe, a temple complex in Turkey that predates the pyramids is rewriting human history. Standing on the hill at dawn, overseeing a team of 40 Kurdish diggers, the German-born archeologist waves a hand over his discovery here, a revolution in the story of human

Excavations restarted on Thracian Temple

Archaeologists are resuming the excavation of a Thracian temple complex near the village of Starosel in Southern Bulgaria. The 2500-year-old site - the temple complex of the Thracian ruler Sitalk - was discovered in 2000 by the top Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Kitov, who died of a heart attack during excavations at