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Largest Romano-British coin hoard found in East Devon

 

22,000 copper-alloy coins dating from 260ce-340ce found in Devon, England

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The Trustees of the British Museum

 

Ben Miller, writing for Culture24, reports that - 183 more words

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News Ireland daily BLOG by Donie

Tuesday 16th September 2014

OECD proposals target aggressive tax avoidance by Multinational Corporations

Big companies like Amazon, Starbucks and Google have been at the centre of a debate over corporate tax avoidance for a while now… 1,738 more words

Archaeologists Find Eight Sunken Ships in the Aegean Sea

Entrepreneur Phillip Zakas is the founder of gridskippr, which provides consumers with a GPS-based service to find restaurants, bars, and shops, among other consumer destinations. Outside of work, Phillip Zakas enjoys traveling and exploring shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea. 128 more words

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Launch Event: Japanese Archaeology in the Digital Age

 

 

Japanese Archaeology in the Digital Age

The Launch of A New Online Resource for teaching about Japanese Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (ORJACH)

 

The Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures… 292 more words

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Cosmovisions And Lost Traditions of the Inca

An Insight into the Inca: An Interview with Abraham Valencia Espinoza

There is little information about the Inca available in English. Before I embarked on my travels to Peru however, I was fortunate enough to be put in contact with a delightful and very helpful lady, Fresia Orihuela of Daily Tours in Cusco (Av. 2,074 more words

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Five lost cities that have been found

August 27th, 2014
Archeologists have recently discovered a lost Mayan city in the Mexican jungle — so here are five lost cities you need to know about. 344 more words

Humor And Observations

The Boats That Made Britain...

 

The last ever new episode of Time Team will go out this Sunday (7 September) on Channel 4 from 8:00pm. Titled The Boats That Made Britain… … 48 more words

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