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Canada39s 1st home Archeologists make intriguing find off BC

Canada39s 1st home Archeologists make intriguing find off BC


This past May, the team found 12 footprints belonging to an adult, a smaller adult, and a child. (Joanne McSporran)

"Another interesting find from the cult complex is an inscription dating to the Hellenistic period, written in Aramaic and Greek, which says “To the god who ...

The House of Peter: The Home of Jesus in Capernaum? - Biblical Archaeology Society

a. See also: The Synagogue on Delos Island in Greece

Discovery Islands Archeology Project

The University of Victoria's Bluefin-12S AUV is being off-loaded from the Parks Canada vessel Gwaii Haanas II at the end of the project.

Members of the archeology team, from left to right, John Maxwell, Alisha Gauvreau, and Seonaid Duffield work on excavating the site. (Joanne McSporran )

Commentary on Song of Solomon, Canticles Abishag Shulammite Events: 967 BC. Written 931 BC


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The 'Vulture-Stone'.


Who First Farmed Potatoes? Archaeologists in Andes Find EvidenceWho First Farmed Potatoes? Archaeologists in Andes Find Evidence

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The incredible rock houses and underground cities of Cappadocia | Ancient Origins

9500 BC[edit]

Cuneiform babylon jupiter tablet

Small bronze tattooing implements (c. 1450 B.C.) from Gurob, Egypt, can be found at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London. (Joann Fletcher)

The flint arrowhead embedded in this upper arm bone first alerted archaeologists to the ancient violence

The chance discovery beneath a nearly 2,000-year-old pyramid leads to the heart of a lost civilization

After decades of research, American archaeologist Mark Lehner has some answers about the mysteries of the Egyptian colossus

White City, Honduras-The Most Mysterious Destination for Archaeologists

Josh Vickers, of the Heiltsuk First Nation and the archeological team, holds up a

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During excavations at Neolithic site Membury Rings in Dorset, archaeologists found various deposits of artefacts

Royal BC Museum

Griffin warrior resting place. “

Archaeologists excavate deep into the ground of the island. Grant Callegari/Hakai Institute

The image of the 800-year-old phone circulating online

The Sea of Galilee in Israel.

A Neolithic jar – possibly a qvevri, used for fermenting wine – from the site

As Israeli archaeologists recover artifacts from the religious site, ancient history inflames modern-day political tensions

Archaeologist eye to eye to with a sphinx underwater, Eastern Harbor, Alexandria, Egypt, 1st century BC; granodiorite; 27 9/16 x 59 1/16 inches; ...

Great Karnak Inscription (lines 1-20 out of 79; the reference to "foreign countries of the sea" is on line 52)


Campers rescue woman who survived for 7 days after veering off California cliff

Researchers say prehistoric mastodon bones bear human-made markings

Public toilets in the ancient city of Ephesushwo / imageBROKER / Corbis

Archaeological Discovery of Philistine Cemetery in Ashkelon, Israel May Solve Biblical Mystery

Stonehenge 3 II (2600 BC to 2400 BC)

Canada, Triquet Island, British Columbia, First Nations, Hakai Institute, University of

Federal agents and archaeologists recovered a vessel dating from A.D. 700 to 1400. (Mark Laita)

To date, archaeologists have dug 45 stones out of the ruins at Gobekli

Alisha Gauvreau holds a 7,000-year-old, carved, wooden bi-point. Baited bi-points may have been used as throat gorges attached to weighted lines to catch ...

Lost cities #6: how Thonis-Heracleion resurfaced after 1,000 years under water | Cities | The Guardian

An Exclusive Look at the Greatest Haul of Native American Artifacts, Ever | History | Smithsonian

Archaeologists Find Earliest Evidence of Humans Cooking With Fire

Thousands of Israelis attend the Annual Cohanim prayer, or Priest's blessing, for the Passover

Double-nozzled terracotta oil lamp found in Samaria


Chert arrowhead, Late Neolithic (Rhodézien) (3300-2400 BC), current France

Graham Hancock believes the secrets of a lost civilisation can be found within the Pyramids of

While excavating Egypt's famous pyramids, archaeologists have found pots of honey in an ancient tomb.

Surprise as DNA reveals new group of Native Americans: the ancient Beringians | Science | The Guardian


The city of Nan Madol was built between 200 B.C. – 800 A.D., on a coral reef near Micronesia. It consisted of about 100 artificial islands made from huge ...

A piece of painted pottery from Harappa, as it was found by archaeologists. <

Hidden inscriptions offer new clues to the origins of a mysterious astronomical mechanism

An 8th BC century palace which Greek archaeologists claim was the home of Odysseus has been discovered in Ithaca, fuelling theories that the hero of Homer's ...

Çatalhöyük, 6000-5500 BC. Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara.

Archaeological Discovery of Philistine Cemetery in Ashkelon, Israel May Solve Biblical Mystery

'Heinrich Schliemann', (1822-1890), German archaeologist, 1893.

Stela 5 from Izapa in Mexico—an early site first extensively excavated by New World Archaeological Foundation archaeologists—shows a mythical tree; ...

First-century dwelling | Discovered: 2009 | The modest structure is the first private home from Jesus's day found in the city where, according to the ...

Dated to: 25,500 to 23,500 B.C. | The seven “Apollo 11 stones,” discovered shortly after the first moon landing, are decorated with feline and bovid-like ...

6 Advanced Ancient Inventions Beyond Modern Understanding | Ancient Origins

A model reconstruction of the Jerusalem of the 1st century AD, made possible thanks to the findings of Biblical Archaeology.

“Stonehenge was in the making for at least 400 years. The first phase was built around 3000 B.C.” (Michael Freeman)

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... Map of the routes Roman and Dacian armies took during the Dacian Wars

Archaeologist Howard Carter removing oils from the

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Largest ring discovered