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Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Berwick Today - Scotland,UK

The 88 sites were revealed last year in a desk survey that looked at the archaeological evidence of watercraft from the earliest times to about 1840 using new English Heritage guidance on early shipwreck sites.Sites that will be investigated more ... [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Register - London,England,UK

The finest specialists in British archaeology have confessed themselves baffled by the mysterious case of the dead 19th-century Pacific walrus found buried in a London graveyard. The remains of the deceased, 12-foot-long pinniped - which may have ... [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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BBC Sport - UK

Run by: Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron. Try out your observation, recording and describing skills and complete our Archaeology Scavenger Hunt to win a years free membership to the Ironbridge Young Archaeologists Club. clock 10:00–17:00. Suitable for .. [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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HeritageDaily

Morphine is one of the most famous drugs in the world and has brought to an end, the lives of some of the most famous people on the planet. Morphine abuse is news nearly every day of the year throughout the world. In the Irish national newspaper the  [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Belfast Telegraph - Belfast,UK

The discovery was made by a first year archaeology student at Binchester Roman Fort, near Bishop Auckland, in County Durham, as the team dug through an old bath house. The 20cm sandstone head, which dates from the 2nd or 3rd century AD, is similar to [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Boston Globe - Boston,MA,USA

BRISTOL, Maine (AP) — Archaeologists are digging in Maine at a village and three different forts from the 17th Century. The annual archaeological dig at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site began on Monday in Bristol. It will continue through Friday [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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The archaeologist who helped discover the extinct Homo species Flores Hobbit, Professor Mike Morwood, has died after a struggle with cancer. Professor Mike Morwood has died AAP Image/Mick Tsikas New Zealand-born Professor Morwood, who was ... [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Phys.Org

An archaeological excavation team, led by Newcastle University's Professor Ian Haynes (pictured), has identified the most north western classical temple in the Roman world. This is the third year of a five year programme of excavation commissioned by [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand

Kiwi archaeologist Mike Morwood, who became world famous for his discovery of "hobbits", has died in Australia after a year-long battle with cancer. He was 62. Morwood, who worked at the University of Wollongong, was part of a team that discovered a  [more]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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The Republic

The Republic BRISTOL, Maine — Archaeologists are digging in Maine at a village and three different forts from the 17th Century. The annual archaeological dig at Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site began on Monday in Bristol. It will continue throug [more]




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