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Food Remnants from 4,500-Year-Old Tomb Discovered at Bristol

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT Bristol University Department of Archaeology and Anthropology has discovered food remains from a 4,500-year-old ancient Mesopotamian tomb.

Archeologists Find Ancient Cursed Lead Tablet in Jerusalem Ruins

Oct 25, 2013 AM EDT A lead tablet inscribed with a violent curse, believed to be some 1700 years old, was discovered by archeologists in a ruined Roman mansion dating to the third and fourth century AD, in the heart of ...

Ancient Syrians Made Stone Tools Locally Instead Of Importing Finished Tools from Turkey, Study

Oct 24, 2013 AM EDT Ancient Syrians made stone tools locally rather than importing finished tools from Turkey, which was previously believed, according to a study conducted by researchers from University of Sheffield.

‘Terror Bird’ Believed To Be a Top Predator was Actually Vegetarian, Study

Aug 30, 2013 AM EDT Gastornis, a huge ancient 'terror bird' that was believed to be one of earth's most cruel predators snapping necks of mammals with its massive beak, was actually a vegetarian, according to a new study ...

Swiss Archaeologists Discover Ancient Human Settlement in Bolivian Amazon

Aug 29, 2013 AM EDT Swiss researchers have discovered nearly 10,000-year-old remnants of human settlements in Bolivia.

Ancient Carvings on Limestone Boulders is the Oldest Petroglyphs in North America, Study

Aug 21, 2013 AM EDT The oldest known petroglyphs on the west side of Nevada's dried-up Winnemucca Lake may be nearly 15,000 years old, according to a new analysis by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder. The ...

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