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Archaeologists Unearth Battle Site Where the Romans Invaded Jerusalem Walls 2,000 yrs ago, Confirming Historical Records and Prophecy

Israeli archaeologists have unearthed the battle site where the Roman army breached the walls of Jerusalem nearly 2,000 years ago, reports the Times of Israel. 2,240 more words

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A-level Archaeology Certificate to be scrapped | The Heritage Trust

The Guardian reports that the British A-level Archaeology Certificate is to be scrapped –

Sir Tony Robinson, who fronted the hit television show Time Team… 56 more words

A-level Archaeology Certificate to be scrapped



Sir Tony Robinson (left), Mick Aston and Guy de la Bédoyère on a Time Team shoot in 2007

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What Archaeologists do Blog Posts for International Day of Archaeology.

The archaeologists and staff at Archaeology Southwest ran a bunch of blog posts for the International Day of Archaeology #IDA2016 from October 3rd through the 14th. 78 more words

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Excavation of the Haihunhou Tomb completed


Gold coins unearthed from the Haihunhou Tomb

Image credit Jiang Dong/China Daily


In a Chinese Government press release, the excavation of the Haihunhou Tomb in Jiangxi Province, south-east China, has now been completed. 73 more words


Words From the World's Oldest Biblical Texts Finally Revealed After Experts Analyze 25 Dead Sea Scroll Fragments (Pictures and Video)

35 Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away – Matthew 24:35 (KJV). 

Archaeologists and researchers of the Dead Sea Scrolls have published details of more than 25 Dead Sea Scroll fragments.

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The earliest journey, or a stretch of the imagination?




 A dog tooth unearthed near Stonehenge and dating to around 5,000bce


The tooth, above, was found at Blick Mead in Wiltshire, southern England, and is believed to be evidence of the earliest journey in British history; so claims archaeologist David Jacques.  141 more words