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Palace of first Ankor ruler; medieval Italian with knife for hand; extra limbs in Peru burials; a die for cheaters in Norway
Greco-Roman temple at Egyptian oasis; DNA identifies mummy head; deep Swiss shafts as Roman refrigerators; Peruvian geoglyphs older than Nasca lines
Buddha-like doll in Japan; prehistoric footprints on British Columbia coast; mummy remains in Australia; more support for dense prehistoric Amazon population.
Hatshepsut sculpture in Wales; Guadalcanal shipwreck searchers find the Juneau; Viking houses in Dublin; new Pompeii excavations
Middle-East bead in early China; Orkney Islands Iron Age feast; early Greek port in Naples; study of English colonial shipboard food
Ancient espionage structures in Rome; search narrows for Viking settlement in Canada; Nubian necropolis; world’s oldest message-in-a-bottle
Undersea burial site in Florida; Roman boxing gloves in England; medieval port on Gulf of Aqaba in Jordan; medieval pilgrim’s ring in Israel
Yucatan cave complex yields Maya finds; how Roman priests survived the gates of hell; ancient Japanese banquet hall; ruler statues at Kushite temple in Sudan
Danish island spider stones; Japanese tunnel-tomb grave goods; deformed skulls in pre-Inca Peru; Paleolithic burials of disabled children in Russia
Bone measurements match Amelia Earhart; trucker damages Nazca lines; medieval chess piece in Norway; LiDAR survey finds thousands of Maya sites
Priestess tomb in Egypt; ancient Mexican burial with interlocking arms; early Christian church in northern Anatolia; revised production history for medieval Book of Kells
US shipwreck could be last slaver; Nigerian glass was indigenous; Mesolithic red crayon in northern England; artifacts eroding from Norway glaciers