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A Secret Tunnel Found in Mexico May Finally Solve the Mysteries of TeotihuacáN - Smithsonian
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, history, society )

Heidi Gai
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The chance discovery beneath a nearly 2,000-year-old pyramid leads to the heart of a lost civilization.
Stonehenge Wasn't So Hard to Build After All, Archaeologists Discover
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

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It is an archaeological conundrum that has baffled generations of experts. Just how did prehistoric Britons manage to transport the huge bluestones of Stonehenge some 140 miles from the Presili Mountains in Wales to their final home on...
A New Lead in the Search for Elusive Norse Settlements
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The only Norse settlement in the New World thus far confirmed by archaeologists is in LâEUR(TM)Anse aux Meadows at the northern tip of Newfoundland, Canada. But the Norse sagas tell of other colonizing expeditions. ...
Shipwreck Found in Desert Diamond Field Solves 'Maritime Mystery'
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Miners have been pulling diamonds from a vast area of Namibia's Namib Desert called the Sperrgebiet (or "forbidden territory") for more than a century. But in 2008, workers hunting for diamonds where the desert meets the Atlantic Ocean found....
Sword Guards Confirm Samurai Warriors Secretly Followed Christianity
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

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At least 48 sword guards used by samurai warriors during the feudal era belonged to hidden Christians. The artifacts are related to the early history of 16 th and 17 th century Japan, which saw the persecution of Christians and the Shimabara...
'Eye-Watering' Scale of Black Death's Impact on England Revealed | Science | The Guardian
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, Anthropology, Epidemics, Infectious Diseases, Medieval Ages, United Kingdom, Black Death, history, health, science, scientists, research )

- 13 hours ago -
A reminder: The Black Death is still around. Thousands of volunteers have helped to uncover the full and devastating extent of the population collapse caused by the epidemic

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