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Slovak archeologists discover a key to understanding the Maya
Slovak archeologists were passing a manmade stone line in a dense Guatemalan jungle on their way from the camp for years. They thought that maybe it used to be a wall of a Maya water reservoir or a pool that used be there during a period of rain in the past.
Archeologists uncover ancient model of Universe in Mexico
It tells a very different story. The people of ancient Mexico may not have had the powerful telescopes that we have access to today, but that didn't stop them depicting the vastness of the universe all the same, as a new archeological discovery at the Nahualac Site near Mexico City shows.
German archeologists heading to Iran
A group of German archeologists Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft (DOG) is scheduled to visit Iran later this year from November 1-21 to better understand Iran's age-old history.
Egyptian archeologists discover mummy in previously unexplored tomb in Luxor
Egyptian archeologists discovered a mummy in one of two previously unexplored tombs across the Nile from the southern city of Luxor, the antiquities ministry said.
Egypt archeologists discover mummy in Luxor
Egyptian archeologists have discovered a mummy in one of two previously unexplored tombs across the Nile from the southern city of Luxor, the antiquities ministry said. The tombs were found in the 1990s by German archeologist Frederica Kampp, though she had only reached the entrance gate but never entered, the ministry said.
Archeologists discover third horse burial from Parthian era in northern Iran
The second season of archeological excavations in the Vastmin ancient site and cemetery in Kiasar, Mazandaran Province, led to the discovery of the third horse burial from the Parthian era.
Archeologists discover skeletal remains in northern Iran
Archeologists discovered the remains of 19 human skeletons — nine of which belonged to men and 10 to women — in the ancient Liar Sang Bon complex in Amlash in the northern Iranian province of Gilan.
Archeologists uncover ancient trading network in Vietnam
A team of archeologists from The Australian National University (ANU) has uncovered a vast trading network which operated in Vietnam from around 4,500 years ago up until around 3,000 years ago.
Archeologists at Angkor Wat find large buried statue
Archeologists at Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple complex studying the site of a hospital from eight to nine centuries ago say they have found a large statue in their excavations.
Archeologists unveil new evidence of Tehran's historical past
The discovery of a skull from the first millennium BC in Safi Alishah Avenue of Tehran has raised questions and ambiguities in the media and among experts, according to the Research Institute of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism.
Iranian, French archeologists explore Iron Age site
Iranian and French archeologists have come acrocc relics in northeastern city of Nishabour in Khorasan Razavi Province which date back to the Iron Age, reported the Research Institute of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicraft and Tourism Organization.
Archeologists uncover 'lost city' in Egypt
Archeologists in Egypt have discovered an ancient ‘city’ and cemetery once used by officials tasked with building royal tombs.
Archeologists dig Afghanistan, map cultural heritage
For archeologists, Afghanistan ― rich in ancient treasures and once a key stop on the legendary Silk Road ― is an ‘open-air museum’, albeit one ravaged by war and plagued by looters.
Archeologists discover Parthian cemetery in Amlash
The second season of field research on an ancient settlement and cemetery in Amlash, in Iran's northern province of Gilan, led to the discovery of 14 graves dating back to the Parthian and Sassanid eras.
Archeologists find picture of everyday life in Bronze Age
Excavation of a site in the Cambridgeshire Fens reveals a Bronze Age settlement with connections far beyond its watery location.

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