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Two scuba divers found treasure from a shipwreck dating back over 1,600 years while exploring off the coast of Israel.
"They're really more Freedom Documents than contracts," entrepreneur and founder of Collector's Cafe Mykalai Kontilai told me as he eagerly awaited another milestone in the long list of his career.
Dr. Katharyn Hanson Explains The Significance Of Artifacts
Sacred artifacts make religion “physical in a way that’s hard to ignore.”
History, efficiency, and public policy favoring property owners are all at play in missing property cases. Consult experienced legal counsel if you discover a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Large established organizations and small entrepreneurial ventures alike now understand that design is important to their business success. Could the next step be for these organizations to actually become design centric?
For some time, scholars have debated whether that kind of complex political activity started in the region during the 10th
There are those who were never convinced by the carbon-dating results. They argue the research was compromised and that the
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The Sonos Studio is, no doubt, a space to explore, and this past Thursday there was yet another opening of -- "Hometown HiFi
As profane and ordinary as the objects may be, they can also be extraordinary. Some things even become objects of transcendence.
The initial segment of the exhibit displays tons of gold jewelry found at ancient burial sites of Kings & Queens in Silla's capital city, Gyeongju. Further into the exhibition are larger-scale items that were created after the adoption of the Buddhist religion.
Dating revealed the Neolithic bow was about 3,800 years old, while the oldest of the arrows were 5,400 years old. The bow
There are a few no-no's that U.S. customs will confiscate if you try to get them past the border --some for health reasons, others for complex economic and cultural reasons. In the interest of saving you time, money -- and embarrassment! -- here are a few you should be wary of.
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It's not clear what might have prompted the lowland Maya to give up their semi-settled life for permanent villages and cities
At the very least, William Washburn says, the results suggest that "these people had acquired a taste for chocolate and knew
In fact, nature is known to reveal human history. For instance, remains of hominids — a juvenile male and adult female who
SEATTLE — A dive to the undersea cliff where a famous Roman shipwreck rests has turned up either evidence that the wreck