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A 1700-year-old hoard of silver coins from the last Jewish revolt of antiquity

A 1700-year-old hoard of silver coins from the last Jewish revolt of antiquity

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In the ancient city of Lydda (today's Lod) near Tel Aviv, a rare silver treasure was discoveredand bronze coins from the period of the last Jewish revolt against Roman rule. The coins, dating from between 221 and 354, were found during excavations of the ruins of a public building dating from the late Roman and early Byzantine periods, the first evidence of a Jewish uprising in the city...
2,000-year-old mounds with gold jewels on the Silk Road

2,000-year-old mounds with gold jewels on the Silk Road

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Archaeologists have discovered burial mounds with rich equipment in Turkistan, Kazakhstan. Among the artefacts were gold jewellery, weapons and arrowheads or everyday objects. All from the period of the virtually unknown Kangju state between the 5th century BC and the 4th century AD.
One of the great mysteries of the Egyptian pyramids solved

One of the great mysteries of the Egyptian pyramids solved

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For many years, archaeologists believed that the ancient Egyptians must have used some sort of watercourse to transport the heavy stone blocks to build the pyramids. But until now, no one was sure of the location, shape, size or proximity of such a waterway. Last week, an international research team announced a discovery that sheds light on this mystery...
Ancient coin box with coins

Ancient coin box with coins

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In Hadrianopolis, today's Turkish city of Edirne, a set of almost 1,400-year-old coins was discovered in a ceramic jar. It is probably not a classic coin hoard - a depot, but rather a period "piggy bank", or a domestic treasure box.
Over 2200 years old saw and clay tablet in an unknown language

Over 2200 years old saw and clay tablet in an unknown language

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During excavations of the ancient Hittite capital of Hattusa (Chattoush) in today's central Çorum province of Turkey, a rare sawmill from the 3rd century was discovered. century BC. It is one of the few known ancient iron saws and the first ever from this period in Anatolia.
5 600 year old pot full of beads

5 600 year old pot full of beads

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Archaeologists from the "Oriental" department of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) and the Institute of Archaeology at Jordán University have been investigating the foundations of a house on the site of a late Copper Age settlement at Tell Hujayrat al-Ghuzlan in Jordan. In the process, they found an unusual jar containing thousands of beads made of clay, bone and shell...
3D virtual tours of Egyptian tombs and temples

3D virtual tours of Egyptian tombs and temples

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In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2020 the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, in collaboration with the American Research Center in Kahira and Harvard University, to create and offer virtual tours of major historical sites, archaeological sites and museums.
Neolithic herders transported heavy stone tools over long distances

Neolithic herders transported heavy stone tools over long distances

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In what is now the Nefud Desert in Saudi Arabia, a site with hundreds of nomadic herders' hearths dating back to the early Stone Age has been discovered. A surprise for the archaeologists was the abundance of broken grinding stones found in the hearths, the microscopic analysis of which yielded a wealth of information.
What plants did the bricks contain three thousand years ago? The first ever DNA analysis answered

What plants did the bricks contain three thousand years ago? The first ever DNA analysis answered

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Near the Tigris River at the ancient city of Kalhu (now Nimrudu), a brickmaker once prepared clay bricks for the construction of a new palace for King Ashurnasirpal II. Little did he know that 2,900 years later it would serve as a unique time capsule revealing details of the flora of that specific area and time through the examination of DNA preserved in the brick over thousands of years. Nothing like this had ever been done before.

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