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Iran to launch museum in Persepolis ancient site
The newly discovered gateway to the city of Parseh in the Persepolis, located in Iran's Fars Province near Shiraz, will be turned into a museum, the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RICHT) said.
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.
Ancient fish fossil reveals human-like jaw structure
Australian scientists have discovered a 400-million-year-old fish fossil featuring a human-like jaw structure.
Are these ancient rock drawing proof that aliens visited Earth?
The cryptic drawings, known as petroglyphs, appear to show two men in helmets with strange weapons – proof that ancient astronauts came to Earth, according to some.
Peering beneath the surface of ancient manuscripts
Centuries ago medieval monks typically used iron gall ink to copy texts onto parchments made from sheepskin or cowhide. Unfortunately these documents grew harder and harder to read over time, in part because the ink would fade from a dark black to a light brown; the parchment slowly darkened as well. The contrast that was once stark slowly grew distorted, often rendering the texts illegible.
Ancient humans may have been mothers to some Neanderthals earlier than we thought
An early wave of modern human ancestors interbred with Neanderthals between 470,000 and 220,000 years ago, a new DNA discovery from an ancient Neanderthal thigh bone suggested.
Ancient adobe structure found in western Iran
Archeological explorations at the Avicenna Petrochemical Complex in Famenin, Hamedan Province, led to the discovery of an adobe structure.
Ancient DNA shakes up the elephant family tree
Fossil DNA may be rewriting the history of elephant evolution.
Footprints of ancient village found in south-central Iran
Tal-e Kamin in Marvdasht, Fars Province, includes cultural and residential vestiges from periods ranging from the ancient rural dwelling era of the sixth millennium BCE up to the middle- and late-Islamic period.
Unknown ancient civilization rock art found in NE Iran
In Iran's remote northeast, the discovery of mysterious rock art is intriguing archeologists. Strange symbols engraved on an outcrop of volcanic rock, on top of a mountain, appear particularly puzzling.
Ancient civilizations way out of extremism
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif said extremism could be wiped out through collective efforts and ancient civilizations.
Unknown ancient reptile roamed the Pyrenees
The footprints of a mysterious reptile that lived about 250 million years ago have been identified in fossils from the Pyrenees mountains.
Ancient Earth's fingerprints found  in young volcanic rocks
Earth's mantle is made of solid rock that nonetheless circulates slowly over millions of years. Some geologists assume that this slow circulation would have wiped away any geochemical traces of Earth's early history long ago. But a new study led by University of Maryland geologists has found new evidence that could date back more than 4.5 billion years.
Iranians commemorate ancient festival of Nowruz
Monday, March 20th, marks the grand festival of Nowruz. On this day, Iranians usher in the Persian New Year at the exact moment of the vernal equinox which marks the start of spring.
Ancient giant penguin lived alongside dinosaurs
Penguins are much older than previously thought and their evolution probably dates back to dinosaur times, according to a study of a giant ancient penguin fossil found in New Zealand.

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