The 48 sets of remains unearthed in graves in the Taichung area are the earliest trace of human activity found in central Taiwan. The most striking discovery among them was the skeleton of a young mother looking down at a child cradled in her arms.
"The Forest to Faucets and Flood Water Tour, put on by the Center for ReSource Conservation and the City and County of Boulder, was a great place to learn about our water here in Colorado and to get an inside look at some of the facilitiesâEUR(TM) sustainable"
Archeologists and conservationists are battling to preserve ancient tombs built in Japan between the fifth and eighth centuries after human intervention and climate change triggered a deterioration in their conditions.
The recent discovery of a new geoglyph at Pampa de Majuelos in Nazca desert has highlighted the importance of the archaeological site âEUR" declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site that depicts figures of animals, objects and anthropomorphic figures
Sculptures and carvings dating back more than 1,700 years have been discovered in the remains of a shrine and its courtyard in the ancient city of Bazira. The sculptures illustrate the religious life of the city, telling tales from Buddhism