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Danish archaeologists found the ceramic vessel which likely bears the fingerprint of the artisan who made it.
The 2,000-year-old Roman ship had been carrying parts to build an entire roof and had been packed meticulously.
Burials recovered from an ancient Greek colony in Sicily reveal bodies that had been pinned down to keep them in their graves.
A rare inscription showing a name shared with a biblical rival to King David has been found on a 3,000-year-old earthenware jar.
Who was laid to rest in a lavish, gold-filled Macedonian tomb near Vergina, Greece?
Fragments of red-colored plaster suggest the church walls had been decorated with frescoes.
Long before Las Vegas, people were apparently gambling in what might be America's first casino -- a cave on the shore of Utah's Great Salt Lake. Continue reading →
Archaeologists exploring a cave on the shore of Utah's Great Salt Lake have unearthed hundreds of carved sticks, hoops, dice and darts dating back to about 700 years ago.
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