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The 3,800-year-old mummy belonged to Lady Sattjeni, a leading figure from the Middle Kingdom.
The 16th-century devise was likely a ceramic bird whistle that was used as a sound effect device during the Bard's plays.
A curious prehistoric site on a hilltop in Ohio may reflect the spiritual cosmology of hunter-gatherer people.
It's estimated the vessel sank during the Late Roman period some 1,600 years ago.
The discovery is the the largest assemblage of marine artifacts recovered in the country during the past 30 years.
The discovery pushes back the technological advance to between 45,000 to 49,000 years ago.
A Canadian teenager believes he has discovered the ruins of a lost Mayan city with the assistance of Google Maps and a star chart.
A braided head of hair found buried beneath a medieval abbey in England is yielding clues about its owner.
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