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Viking city: excavation reveals urban pioneers not violent raiders

Unearthings in Ribe, Denmark demonstrate that Viking society depended on advanced generation and exchange. Is their severe notoriety uncalled for? in an unprecedented minute caught...

5000-year-old ‘Iceman’ may have benefited from a sophisticated health care system

New Archaeological Discoveries Ötzi, the 5300-year-old "Iceman" found solidified in the Italian Alps in 1991, was a therapeutic chaos. His teeth were decaying, he had...

Neanderthals may not have been the headbangers scientists once assumed

New Archaeological Discoveries Neanderthals are frequently delineated as alumni of the Stone Age school of harsh times: Without modern weapons, they needed to look down...

Scientists discover ‘oldest footprints on Earth’ in southern China dating back...

New Archaeological Discoveries Researchers in China have found what they guarantee are the most established fossilized creature impressions at any point found. The parallel tracks were...

Ancient find may be earliest extract of epic Homer poem Odyssey

New Archaeological Discoveries Archeologists have uncovered an antiquated tablet engraved with 13 refrains of the Odyssey in the old city of Olympia, southern Greece, in...

Barbarian DNA from European cemeteries reveals secrets of mysterious ancient society

New Archaeological Discoveries DNA recuperated from sixth century graves has offered a phenomenal knowledge into a to a great extent secretive time of antiquated history. Europe...

Rare fossil bird deepens mystery of avian extinctions

New Archaeological Discoveries Amid the late Cretaceous time frame, in excess of 65 million years prior, fowls having a place with several unique species fluttered...

Tutankhamun ‘secret burial chamber’ does not exist, researchers find

New Archaeological Discoveries Radar outputs of King Tutankhamun's tomb have demonstrated there are no mystery chambers pressed with covered fortune. The disillusioning end to a three-year...

Massive hoard of mummified cats and other animals found in ancient...

New Archaeological Discoveries Many feline mummies and an uncommon gathering of embalmed scarab bugs have been uncovered in seven antiquated Egyptian tombs south of Cairo,...

This animal image may be the world’s oldest figurative art

New Archaeological Discoveries Smeared in orange ochre no less than 40,000 years back, pictures of what give off an impression of being wild dairy cattle...