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Melting Norway glaciers giving up ancient artifacts; Tennessee burial mound excavation; Baltic Sea Bronze Age boat-shaped monuments; scuttled ships in pre-Alexandria Nile Delta seaport.

 

 

Coral dating in Polynesia; Chinese coin on the Kenya coast; fishhooks made by early reindeer hunters in Germany; possible slaves in pre-Civil War site near Washington, D.C.

 

 

Roman graves in the UK; Saharan burial site used for millennia; Chinese bronze armor 3000 years old; southeast Oregon rockshelter in use possibly 12,000 or more years ago.

 

 

Ancient temple of Jupiter in Rome; the heart of Richard the Lion-hearted; prehistoric tobacco residues in Pacific Northwest pipes; ancient shoes found in Egyptian temple.

 

 

Very ancient temple building near Lima, Peru; gold and weapons in the tomb of an ancient warrior in Russia; mudbrick pyramid of an ancient Egyptian government official; huge Indus Civilization city in India

 

 

Greco-Roman tombs in Alexandria; seabirds at the heart of religion for the extinct native people of Newfoundland; new computer program can reconstruct extinct languages; Teotihuacan pyramid yields fire-god statue

 

 

Oldest rock art in Scottish Highlands; remote sensing possibly detects Pilgrims’ First Meeting House; DNA confirms King Richard III remains in British parking lot; 35 small pyramids uncovered in Sudan

 

 

Louisiana mound built 3000 years ago in a matter of weeks; new study of Sicilian mummies; Hunley submarine retains pieces of explosive device; Nabatean city in Israel reopened after restoration

 

 

Nineteenth Century geodetic marker near Rome; rare Olmec jade spoon at Maya city in Belize; Classical Period loom weights in Turkey; complex petroglyph panel near Mexico’s west coast.

 

 

Shaman’s crystal cache in Panama; Colosseum graffits and frescoes; intact Celtic burial chamber in Germany; theft from ancient Shiloh

 

 

Ancient gold coin cache in Iraq; mini-dome possibly modeled Florentine cathedral; cosmetics for the dead in Teotihucan; Pompeii graffiti implies social connections.

 

 

Antikythera shipwreck site may have two shipwrecks; Egyptian catacomb has 8 million animal mummies; Maya city suddenly abandoned after long occupation; Sudan sculpture of a sylishly plump princess