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22 May, 2023 - 18:25
Ming Dynasty Shipwrecks Resurface off the Coast of South China Sea
In the depths of the South China Sea, a ground-breaking discovery has captured the attention of archaeologists and historians alike. Two ancient shipwrecks, dating back to the illustrious Ming...
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17 April, 2023 - 14:54
Norse Greenlanders Traveled to North America and Europe for Timber for Five Centuries
When Norse colonists arrived on Greenland in the 10th century, they needed a lot of wood to build houses, storage buildings and ships. While most households relied on wood from trees that grew...
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6 December, 2019 - 02:21
Imported Timber is the Newly Discovered Secret to Building Rome
An analysis of some 2000-year-old planks of wood has provided amazing insights into the Roman Empire . Experts have been able to establish that timber found in the heart of Ancient Rome was imported...
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14 April, 2018 - 22:58
Corlea Trackway Holds the Echoes of 2000-year-old Footsteps
The Corlea Trackway (known also in Irish as Bóthar Chorr Liath ) is a timber trackway dating to the Iron Age. This ancient trackway is located near Keenagh, a village to the south of Longford, in...
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8 December, 2017 - 15:31
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Burned Bones, Mysterious Timber Circles & the Rites of the Ancients - Adena Culture in Mason County
Mason County, West Virginia is a place rich in history. Founded in 1804, the county is named after George Mason, who was a delegate at the American Constitutional Convention of 1787. In October of...
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15 August, 2016 - 14:50
Remnants of Gigantic Wooden Henge Found Two Miles from Stonehenge
Archaeologists carrying out excavations at the Durrington Walls earthworks, just two miles from the world-famous stone circle of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, have discovered evidence of an...
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3 July, 2016 - 03:48
4,300-Year-Old Woodhenge in Germany Revealed to the Public for First Time
The so-called German Stonehenge near Pommelte, where there was apparent human sacrifice, has been under reconstruction for several years and has just opened to the public for the first time. The 4,...
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12 April, 2015 - 21:54
The Bronze Age Srubna Culture and their Unique Timber Graves for the Dead
Not much is known about the ancient Srubna (or Srubnaya) peoples of Eastern Europe as writing and records were either not developed, or the materials they were written on have not survived. As a...
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