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ArticleResurrecting the Ancient Israelites From the Valley of Dry Bones Dr. Eran Elhaik41 month 5 days ago
ArticleThe Helmet That Shows Celtic Warriors Helped the Roman Army Conquer Briton Ed Whelan61 month 3 weeks ago
ArticleRemains of Medieval Soldier Uncovered at Bottom of Lithuanian Lake Ed Whelan12 months 3 weeks ago
Article1,700-year-old Egg Found at Roman Era Site Still Has Liquid Contents Ed Whelan03 months 6 days ago
Article8000-Year-Old Shipyard Located off English Coast is World’s Oldest Ed Whelan03 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleCould the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem be the Site of Jesus’ Resurrection? Ed Whelan15 months 1 week ago
ArticlePossible Home of the Ark of the Covenant Exposed in Israel Ed Whelan98 months 2 weeks ago
ArticleHow Deserts Played A Key Role in the Building of Egypt Ed Whelan29 months 2 days ago
ArticleFear and Anger Over Construction of International Airport For Machu Picchu Ed Whelan09 months 4 weeks ago
ArticleRitual Site Dedicated to Mesopotamian War God Discovered in Iraq Ed Whelan210 months 2 weeks ago
ArticleNewly Discovered ‘Oldest Bed’ Found in South African Cave Ed Whelan111 months 1 week ago
ArticleStash of Paleoindian Artifacts Found at 12,000-Year-Old Connecticut Site Ed Whelan111 months 3 weeks ago
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ArticleThe Massive Roman Denarii Hoard From the ‘Vandals’ Last Stand’ Ed Whelan21 year 2 weeks ago
ArticleHow Will Scientists Save the Mary Rose? Ed Whelan11 year 2 weeks ago
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ArticleScans Reveal Cruelty Behind Ancient Egyptian Animal Mummies Ed Whelan11 year 3 weeks ago
ArticleA Site of Archaeological Treasure and Murder at Atapuerca, Spain Ed Whelan11 year 1 month ago
ArticleAre the Old Tombs of Kaole, Tanzania, Really Able To Heal? Ed Whelan01 year 1 month ago
ArticleCould The Gedi Ruins Be Haunted By Jins? Ed Whelan01 year 1 month ago
ArticleThe Large Amphitheater of Chester and Rome’s Fruitless Expansion Plan Ed Whelan11 year 1 month ago
ArticleThe Arch and Rotunda, Remains of a Vast Palace Complex Built by Galerius Ed Whelan11 year 2 months ago
ArticleTwo Roman Coffins with Celtic Motifs, One Containing an Adult and Infant, Found in England Ed Whelan01 year 2 months ago
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