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World Archaeology Magazine by Current World Archaeology - 1d ago

Sailing to a remote maritime sanctuary brings Richard Hodges to Europe’s earliest central place As the ferry slipped through the still- ..read more
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The enjoyment of food and drink, the essence of life, was deeply ingrained in Roman society. Beyond mere nutrition, food and wine played ..read more
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World Archaeology Magazine by Current World Archaeology - 6d ago

Excavations in a once-forgotten city are bringing its inhabitants’ stories to light, as Oliver Gilkes reveals. The wide, high, rolling ..read more
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When the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud left Vienna after Germany annexed Austria in 1938, he was – unlike most other refugees – ..read more
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World Archaeology Magazine by Andrew Selkirk - 1M ago

On the plain of Pasargadae, Cyrus the Great founded a spectacular garden palace. Nothing like it had ever been seen in the region before, ..read more
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World Archaeology Magazine by Current World Archaeology - 1M ago

Cyrus the Great had an eye for the finer things in life. At Pasargadae he established a fabulous palace, which boasted lavish pleasure ..read more
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World Archaeology Magazine by Current World Archaeology - 1M ago

Creating images in a changing world Today, it seems hard to imagine that the Sahara was once populated by people with large herds of ..read more
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How did cities come to flourish in the Negev Desert? George Nash has gone in search of Shivta’s former glory. The Negev Desert of ..read more
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Claims and counter-claims about a sculptural fragment held by the British Museum brought a touch of trepidation to a celebrity visit ..read more
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World Archaeology Magazine by Current World Archaeology - 2M ago

What is it? This mid 3rd century AD semi-cylindrical shield is known as a scutum and was used by legionary soldiers of the Roman Empire. ..read more

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