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Rare glimpse of a masterpiece 2017-09-15
Earthquake faults may have been culturally significant in the Aegean 2017-09-15
Bronze Age grave in Greece shows nobleman's love of jewelry 2017-09-15
Amateur archaeologists unearth 1,600-year-old Roman mosaic 2017-09-15
4000-year-old clay tablets discovered in central Turkey 2017-09-15
Excavations resume in Lagina, center of Paganism 2017-09-15
2,000-year-old baby bottle unearthed in Turkey’s Canakkale 2017-09-15
Secrets of ancient Irish burial practices revealed 2017-09-15
Roman cavalry finds unearthed at Hadrian’s Wall dig 2017-09-12
Viking warrior in ancient grave turns out to be a woman 2017-09-12
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Rock carvings from ancient empire found in Mongolia 2017-08-22
Int'l forum on cultural heritage promotes cooperation 2017-08-22
Durham becomes first UK team to excavate in Forbidden City 2017-07-25
Hamburg museum shows relevance of ancient Silk Road 2017-07-11
East meets West at Silk Road exhibit 2017-07-11
Cultural dialogues and cooperation key to Belt and Road Initiative 2017-05-16
Chinese shovel unearths ancient Central Asian city 2017-05-16
Egypt seeks bilateral benefits with China in Belt, Road initiative 2017-05-12
Reviving ancient Silk Road serves to strengthen bond between China and Greece 2017-05-02
Ancient suds in modern mugs 2017-04-20
 
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