Ishtar Gate firmly dated by archaeomagnetism; Roman dodecahedron in England; Peruvian hunters depended on plants; identifying the royal tombs of Macedon;

Archaeomagnetic dating pinpoints construction of Babylon’s Ishtar Gate

Amateur archaeologists unearth a Roman dodecahedron in central England

Peruvian sites show even early hunters lived mostly on plant foods

New analysis confirms which relatives of Alexander the Great occupy the royal tombs of Macedonia