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King Arthur's grave, allegedly found by monks in 1181, is nothing but a pit filled with rubble.
The ring, found in England by an amateur using a metal detector, dates back around 1,700 years -- a time when the Roman Empire was in power.
What is now a peninsula was once an island, archaeologists found after drilling into the ground and examining rock samples.
Although most of the papers are torn and ruined by bird beaks, it's still possible to read their contents.
The trove of more than 4,000 bronze and silver coins dating back to Ancient Rome and weighing 33 pounds was discovered by a Swiss farmer.
The harsh burial of the teenage girl suggests she was seen as a danger even when dead.
Pieces from a mysterious board game that hasn't been played for 1,500 years were discovered in a 2,300-year-old tomb.
The quality of the images in the mosaic indicates a highly developed artistic ability.
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