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3,800-Year-Old Ancient 'Thinking Person' Statuette Unearthed
A team of high school students and archaeologists made the amazing find in Israel.
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4,800-Year-Old Fossil Of Mother Cradling Child Unearthed
The remains are the earliest trace of human activity found in central Taiwan, scientists say.
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Undersea Search For Missing Plane Turns Up 19th Century Shipwreck
By Rod McGuirk, AP
The wreck was likely to be a steel or iron ship dating from the turn of the 19th century.
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14 Incredible Archaeological Discoveries Made In 2015
These artifacts will leave you in awe.
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New Species Of Human Relative Discovered In South African Cave
"Stunning" trove of fossils may alter ideas about the human family tree.
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Strange Gold Spirals Dating Back To Bronze Age Unearthed In Denmark
A trove of 2,000 delicate gold spirals that date back to the Bronze Age was recently discovered in Denmark -- and archaeologists
'Kennewick Man' Closely Related To Modern Native Americans, Scientists Say
"Using ancient DNA, we were able to show that Kennewick Man is more closely related to Native Americans than any other population
Grave Of Mysterious 'Sleeping Beauty' Discovered In Ethiopia
(Story continues below image.) The grave in Ethiopia where the woman dubbed ‘Sleeping Beauty’ was discovered. The woman's
Archaeologists Find 350-Year-Old Woman's Corpse Buried With Husband's Heart At Her Feet
Slave Ship Wreck Discovered Off Coast Of Cape Town
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A Century Later, Beloved Brontosaurus May Reclaim Its Name
More than a century later, the beloved dinosaur may reclaim its name.
Medieval Graveyard With More Than 1,000 Skeletons Unearthed At Cambridge University
(Scroll down for photos.) Archaeologists dug up the remains of 400 individuals, along with the fragmentary remains of what
Woolly Mammoth Unearthed By Oil Workers In Siberia
"We have the rule -- if we find something, we stop the work and call the bosses," one of the workers, Vladimir Bednyakov
Ancient Egyptian Brewery Unearthed In Tel Aviv
Archaeologists are calling for additional research to determine whether the vessels were brought from Egypt or crafted by
500,000-Year-Old 'Swiss Army Knife' Sheds New Light On Ancient Animal Butchering
"To be able to use animal resources, they needed to have tools in order to cut and butcher," Barkai told Live Science. "They
Scary 'Carolina Butcher' Croc Ruled The Continent Long Before The Dinosaurs
A mysterious specimen, hidden away. Fossils of Carnufex carolinensis, a.k.a. the “Carolina Butcher,” were discovered a decade
This Prehistoric Sea Creature Was Once The Largest Animal On Earth
"Aegirocassis is a truly remarkable looking creature," Dr. Derek Briggs, a Yale University paleontologist and co-author of
Ancient Egyptian Tombs With Eye-Popping Murals Discovered In Luxor
Archaeologists in Egypt say they've discovered not one, but two beautifully decorated ancient tombs near the historic city
3,000 Skeletons To Be Dug Up From Old Burial Ground, And Here Are The Incredible Photos
Plans call for a team of 60 archaeologists to work six days a week. The excavation is expected to continue for the next four
Pensioner Needs New Drill To Dig For Nazi-Looted Treasure
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