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Classical Archaeologists Found A Lot Of Amazing Things This Summer

by Dave Sadler
The myriad mosaics, inscriptions, skeletons and other archaeological finds that emerged this summer prove that there is still much to discover in the ancient Mediterranean. Here are just a few exciting finds and new digital reconstructions…

Unique imaging of a dinosaur’s skull tells evolutionary tale. inc VIDEO

by Luke Higgins
“Normally, we look at a variety of thick, dense objects at Los Alamos for defense programs, but the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science was interested in imaging a very large fossil to learn about what’s…

Bronze Age dagger saved after being used as a DOORSTOP: inc VIDEO

by Luke Higgins
An incredible Bronze Age ceremonial dagger has been unveiled and was being used as a doorstep for more than a decade. A museum has paid £40,000 ($63,000) for the rare 3,500-year-old dagger ploughed up near East Rudham in Norfolk 12 years ago.…

First ‘winged’ mammals flew over dinosaurs inc VIDEO

by Luke Higgins
Fossils of the first "winged" mammals, from 160 million years ago, have been discovered in China. They reveal that mammal ancestors evolved to glide between trees in a similar way to some mammals today. This adds to evidence that mammals were more…

SAXON GOLD : finding the hoard – Full Documentary

by Luke Higgins
This tale of the largest Anglo Saxon treasure hoard ever found is a must-see for the modern day treasure hunter. The unprecedented find mesmerised archaeologists and historians around the world, and made global headlines. In Saxon Gold: Finding the Hoard, This…

Complete skeletons in ‘Anglo-Saxon cemetery’ part of significant Holy Island discovery

by Dave Sadler
Complete skeletons have been found among what is thought to be an Anglo-Saxon cemetery unearthed on Holy Island in Northumberland. The graves were uncovered as part of excavations…

Three Ptolemaic tombs uncovered in Egypt’s Minya, contents suggest a ‘large cemetery’

by Dave Sadler
Three rock-hewn tombs from the Ptolemaic era have been discovered during excavation work in the El-Kamin El-Sahrawi area of Minya governorate, the Ministry of Antiquities announced…

GDA METAL DETECING PODCAST: PTSD AND METAL DETECTING

by Luke Higgins
Metal Detecting seems to appeal to ex service personell and I know at least three veterans who enjoy detectinG and late onset PTSD sufferer Lance Goolsby is the Man who founded the huge Global Detection Adventures  brand. A little way up the road from Me The…

History buff? Don’t miss these forgotten World War II sites in England

by Luke Higgins
England's Kent county was a dangerous place to be during World War II. After the Germans occupied France in 1940, all that separated the county on the southeastern tip of the United Kingdom from the Nazis was the 26-mile…

The Human-Ape Missing Link — Still Missing

by Luke Higgins
The average missing person's inquiry begins with a few vital facts. Investigators often know when and where the missing party was last seen. They might have photographs that tell them what the missing person looks like, and they usually have a name to put to that face. Now imagine…
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