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Mysore Munitions: A Stockpile of Over 1,000 Antique Rockets Has Been Unearthed in India

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Archaeologists Have Unearthed a Literally Heart-Rending Aztec Child Sacrifice to the God of War

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A Polish-Ukrainian team of archaeologists digging in an earthen barrow in central Dniester, now Ukraine recently unearthed something they’ve never seen before: the bones of 25-30-year-old woman, buried 4,500 years ago, decorated with intricate black markings. In a new research paper being published in the upcoming issue of  Baltic-Pontic Studies , Archaeologist Danuta Żurkiewicz from the Institute […]

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Maritime archaeologists have made an astonishing discovery off the Kent coast in England. While investigating an almost three-hundred-year-old shipwreck they found some coins that had been sewn into clothing.  This is the second important maritime archaeological find in Kent, recently. A Tudor ship was also found on some mudflats in Tankerton Beach some weeks ago. The latest […]

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Archaeologists excavating near a fort in the Shimoga district of Karnataka state in southern India have unearthed more evidence to demonstrate just how powerful an 18th-century warrior king was. They’ve found he had a cache of more than 1,000 rockets stockpiled for battle usage. State Archaeology Department Assistant Director R. Shejeshwara Nayaka described the lead up to […]

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