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Farmer discovers new Tyrannosaur species, one of the oldest of its kind ever found
Pompeii's ancient drains are STILL in working order and will be used again to empty rainwater into the sea 2,300 years after they were built
Archeologists discover ancient Mayan palace in eastern Mexico
Roman shipwreck dating back to the time of Jesus containing cargo of 6,000 well-preserved wine amphorae is found on the Greek sea floor
Ancient monkey painting suggests Bronze Age Greeks travelled widely
MUSEUM OF ARTIFACTS: 14000 YEARS OLD BISONS SCULPTURE FOUND IN LE TUC D’AUDOUBERT CAVE. ARIEGE, FRANCE.
Unusual Viking Grave Includes Nested Boats Buried 100 Years Apart
A carved rock found in Jordan may be the oldest known chess piece
Incredible Native American Settlement Uncovered in Florida with High Shell Walls
Two Traps Where Woolly Mammoths Were Driven to Their Deaths Found in Mexico
Online Map Leads Archaeologist to Maya Discovery
Egyptian archeologists uncover ancient 'industrial area' filled with royal artifacts
The Woolly Mammoth Made Its Last Stand Marooned on an Isolated Arctic Island
ANCIENT AND MYSTERIOUS ROMAN SHIPWRECK WITH DOZENS OF SEALED AMPHORAE DISCOVERED OFF COAST OF SPAIN
Ancient scrolls charred by Vesuvius could be read once again
Archaeology: 6th century BCE bronze statuette found on Bulgaria’s Cyricus island
Babies in Prehistoric Europe Drank Animal Milk From Ceramic ‘Sippy Cups'
Lost Cimabue masterpiece worth more than $6M found in French woman's kitchen
'Lovers of Modena' Buried Hand-in-Hand Turn Out to Be Men
Ancient Tablets May Reveal What Destroyed Minoan Civilization
Lost Denisovan bone reveals surprisingly human-like finger
A number of stone, pottery and wooden coffins were uncovered near Amenemhat II pyramid
Tragic Franklin expedition: Remarkable condition of HMS Terror
Archaeologists in Pompeii find amulets and charms that may have been used by Roman sorcerer
Remains of Graeco-Roman Senate building uncovered in North Sinai
Incan Empire's 'Reign of Terror' Revealed in Four Ancient Skulls Found in Trash Heap
In search of the ‘white jaguar’: Archaeologists travel deep into the jungle to find a lost Maya city
Someone Stole the Bones of an 18th-Century 'Witch.' Scottish Authorities Want Them Back.
Sphinx chamber at Emperor Nero's palace in Rome brought to light after 2,000 years
A Dart in a Boy's Eye May Have Unleashed This Legendary Massacre 350 Years Ago