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The artifact had been well used by Roman soldiers and looks as though it was quite comfortable. Continue reading →
Forty wine jars were found within the remains of a mud-brick-walled room in Israel.
A Phoenician trading ship dating to 700 B.C. is discovered off the island of Malta. The wreck is one of the oldest ever found in the Mediterranean Sea. Continue reading →
A suspicious door leads archaeologists to believe Greece's mystery tomb was robbed. Continue reading →
Greek archaeologists excavate the massive burial mound in Amphipolis and find evidence that tomb raiders plundered the site.
A copper awl is the oldest metal object unearthed to date in the Middle East.
The seated, wingless sphinxes were likely placed there to guard the large burial site. Continue reading →
Several pottery vessels found beside the sarcophagus and 13 more inside a niche in the tomb.
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