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Skulls reveals that ancient Americans didn’t mix with neighbours

It’s a real head-scratcher. The shapes of human skulls from a narrow strip in Mexico reveal that first arrivals to the Americas may have kept to themselves, even when there were no geographical barriers that would have prevented them mixing. 693 more words

Human Evolution

Over 700 unregistered historical pieces from the Gallipoli war confiscated



DHA Photo

A total of 704 artifacts believed to date back to the Battle of Gallipoli have been returned to the historical Gallipoli peninsula in northwestern Turkey’s Çanakkale, after Gendarmerie teams confiscated them in the city of Yalova. 219 more words

The Muslim Times

Interview with Judy Malloy

ELR: Judy Malloy, you have engaged in three decades of creative work in the field of electronic literature, beginning with the publication of “ 1,455 more words


Modi’in family helps stop antiquities theft while on hike

Jpost Israel News

By Daniel K. Eisenbud February 20, 2017

While out for an afternoon hike on February 11, a family from Modi’in spotted a suspicious man walking around a nearby archeological site from the Hellenistic and Roman periods with a pickax, shovel and metal detector. 228 more words


Hadrian's Villa, Villa d'Este, and Tivoli are Three Different Planets! The Last is the Worst!

By Irina.

How many rapturous reviews we have read in the Internet about the Villa d’Este and Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli, Italy, but few described the town itself. 1,592 more words

Holiday Guide

This week's top 3 IG photos

I hope you’ve had an enjoyable weekend and looking forward to what’s you come.

Last week was another active week on our instagram (@exquisitelocations… 359 more words