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Historical burial site containing child and noble woman remains discovered in South Kazakhstan

Kazakhstani archaeologists have discovered a burial site containing artefacts of historical significance during excavation of the ancient settlement of Kultobe in South Kazakhstan.

Historical burial site containing child and noble woman remains discovered in South Kazakhstan
In Argentina, dinosaur hunters embark on next phase
In Argentina, dinosaur hunters embark on next phase

A few months ago, Argentine scientists found the remains of a giant dinosaur. Now they look forward to digging up hundreds more fossils, but what they really want is the big one's head.

In Argentina, dinosaur hunters embark on next phase
Skeletons found in El Salvador shed light on pre-Hispanic life
Skeletons found in El Salvador shed light on pre-Hispanic life

Japanese and Salvadoran archaeologists said they have found three human skeletons in El Salvador from more than 1,600 years ago that could shed new light on early human settlements in the region.

Skeletons found in El Salvador shed light on pre-Hispanic life
Mexico to extract 12,000-year-old teen skeleton
Mexico to extract 12,000-year-old teen skeleton

Mexican researchers plan to extract the more than 12,000-year-old skeleton of a teenage girl whose discovery in an underwater cave has given new clues about the origins of the first Native Americans.

Mexico to extract 12,000-year-old teen skeleton
Possible Columbus wreck off Haiti in danger of looting
Possible Columbus wreck off Haiti in danger of looting

The US marine archaeologist who believes he has found the famous flagship of Christopher Columbus said Wednesday that salvaging it was urgent to prevent looting.

Possible Columbus wreck off Haiti in danger of looting
Portrait of the Golden Princess as recreated by scientists. 
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Golden Princess burial, oldest of its kind in Kazakhstan

Ancient burial of a noble woman discovered in Western Kazakhstan Oblast two years ago declared the oldest golden burial in Kazakhstan.

Golden Princess burial, oldest of its kind in Kazakhstan
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Unique paleontological site disappearing in Pavlodar

A unique archeological site containing remnants of rhinoceros and mastodons in Pavlodar will vanish if the city administration does not start to care about the Gusinii Perelet paleontological site.

Unique paleontological site disappearing in Pavlodar
Reconstructed version of Scythian tomb. Photo © Yaroslav Radlovsky
Fighting to save ancestral bones: Scythian burial mounds to be opened for public

Scythian burial mounds will be opened for public in Issyk town located 50km east of Almaty.

Fighting to save ancestral bones: Scythian burial mounds to be opened for public
Photo © Pavel Zhukov
Mystery of fossilized jaw solved in Semey

Semey historians have finely identified the mysterious fossilized jaw that was almost forgotten in a school museum as an unknown object.

Mystery of fossilized jaw solved in Semey
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Artefacts of 18 century war discovered in South Kazakhstan

Shepherds have found a ring-mail armor dating back to the 18th century in a desert in southern Kazakhstan.

Artefacts of 18 century war discovered in South Kazakhstan
Photo courtesy of Martin Bates
Earliest human footprints outside Africa found in Britain: scientists

Footprints left by ancient humans 800,000 years ago have been found in Britain, the earliest evidence of such markings outside Africa.

Earliest human footprints outside Africa found in Britain: scientists
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Greek bronzes raise hope of revival in southern Italy

Two remarkably life-like Greek bronze statues have gone on show in the same Calabria region in southern Italy where they were found by an amateur diver 42 years ago.

Greek bronzes raise hope of revival in southern Italy
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Tomb of Kenesary Khan's warriors discovered in Astana

An ancient tomb of Kenesary Khan's warriors has been discovered in Astana.

Tomb of Kenesary Khan's warriors discovered in Astana
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China to recover ancient shipwreck's treasures: reports

China is to start removing treasures from its greatest ever marine archaeological discovery, six years after the wreck was raised from the seabed in a giant metal box, reports said Friday.

China to recover ancient shipwreck's treasures: reports
Two mummies found in ancient Peru cemetery
Two mummies found in ancient Peru cemetery

Two pre-Columbian mummies more than a thousand years old were found in a pre-Incan cemetery in a suburb of Lima.

Two mummies found in ancient Peru cemetery
Skull discovery suggests early man was single species
Skull discovery suggests early man was single species

A stunningly well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago offers new evidence that early man was a single species with a vast array of different looks.

Skull discovery suggests early man was single species
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Ancient warrior's tomb discovered in Pavlodar

A tomb of a warrior of noble birth has been discovered by Pavlodar archaeologists near Kenzhekol village.

Ancient warrior's tomb discovered in Pavlodar
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Prehistoric Brazil artifacts star in exhibit, spark debate

It's no secret humans have been having sex for millennia -- but recently discovered cave art suggests they were doing it in the Americas much earlier than many archeologists believed.

Prehistoric Brazil artifacts star in exhibit, spark debate
Archaeologists in Bolivia find 1,500-year-old treasures
Archaeologists in Bolivia find 1,500-year-old treasures

Gold and silver pieces as well as bones and pottery from 1,500 years ago were discovered in Lake Titicaca by underwater archaeologists.

Archaeologists in Bolivia find 1,500-year-old treasures
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Karaganda archaeologists discover Saka-era granite sculpture

Karaganda archaeologists have discovered an unusual sculpture resembling the Scythian monuments of the Black Sea region.

Karaganda archaeologists discover Saka-era granite sculpture