Location of Caesar invasion of Britain; Indus Valley settlements not on rivers; sea level rise projection of site lost in southeastern US; medieval Jewish ritual bath in France

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Remains of Roman fort may mark the spot where Julius Caesar invaded Britain

New research explains old mystery of why some Indus Valley settlements were far from rivers

Study of potential sea level rise predicts a loss of 13,000 sites in southeastern U.S. alone

Underground cistern in southern France appears to be ritual bath from medieval Jewish quarter