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Archaeology Magazine
yesterday at 21:50. Facebook
A bone pommel for a bronze knife as well as other bone objects were found mixed with 4,000-year-old cremated human remains in a box at the Isle of Man’s Manx Museum.

archaeology.org/news/5067-161205-bone-knife-pommel

(Manx National Heritage)
Archaeology Magazine
yesterday at 20:40. Facebook
The parasite that causes the most deadly form of malaria has been detected in teeth from people buried in cemeteries in Italy around 1,800 years ago.

archaeology.org/news/5066-161205-italy-malaria-parasite

(Luca Bandioli, Pigorini Museum)
Archaeology Magazine
yesterday at 19:31. Facebook
Human remains excavated at Beckery Chapel were dated to the 5th-6th century A.D., providing what may be the earliest evidence of monasticism in England.

archaeology.org/news/5064-161205-england-earliest-monastery

(South West Heritage Trust)
Archaeology Magazine
yesterday at 18:20. Facebook
The lone forger behind the Piltdown Man hoax perpetrated more than 100 years ago has been identified.

archaeology.org/issues/233-1611/trenches/4925-trenches-england-piltdown-forger-unmasked

(Arthur Claude (1867–1951) / Geological Society, London, UK / Bridgeman Images)
Archaeology Magazine
yesterday at 17:10. Facebook
A 2,000-year-old pet cemetery, including a mastiff-like dog that died of bone cancer, has been discovered in an Egyptian port town on the Red Sea.

archaeology.org/news/5061-161202-berenike-pet-cemetery

(S.E. Sidebotham)
Archaeology Magazine
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Cave art on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi that is as old as any known from Western Europe was one of ARCHAEOLOGY's Top 10 Discoveries of 2015.

archaeology.org/issues/201-features/top10/3952-indonesia-early-cave-art

(© Kinez Riza)
Archaeology Magazine
12/04/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
A pair of mummified legs housed at the Egyptian Museum in Turin may have belonged to Queen Nefertari, wife of Ramses II, experts have concluded.

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(Michael E. Habicht)
Archaeology Magazine
12/04/2016 at 18:30. Facebook
Several ancient items illegally imported into the United States have been returned to Egyptian authorities.

archaeology.org/news/5060-161202-usa-repatriation-egypt

(Michael Johnson/ICE)
Archaeology Magazine
12/04/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
A rare mosaic depicting a horse-racing venue known as a hippodrome has been uncovered at a 4th-century villa in Cyprus.

archaeology.org/issues/233-1611/trenches/4916-trenches-cyprus-roman-era-hippodrome-mosaic

(Courtesy Department of Antiquities, Cyprus)
Archaeology Magazine
12/03/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
ICYMI: A mummy thought to contain the remains of Amenrenef, a nobleman and servant to the ancient Egyptian royal household, was found in a tomb near Luxor.

archaeology.org/news/5012-161114-egypt-mummy-amenrenef

(Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities)
Archaeology Magazine
12/03/2016 at 18:30. Facebook
The first people to migrate to the Americas traveled down the western coast around 16,000 years ago, a study of two lakes in Canada suggests.

archaeology.org/issues/233-1611/trenches/4918-trenches-americas-coastal-migration

(Courtesy Mikkel Winther Pedersen, Centre for GeoGenetics, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen)
Archaeology Magazine
12/03/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
The unearthing of extensive remains of Homo naledi, a previously unknown hominin species, was one of ARCHAEOLOGY's Top 10 Discoveries of 2015.

archaeology.org/issues/200-1601/features/3950-south-africa-cave-homo-naledi

(Courtesy Wits University)
Archaeology Magazine
12/02/2016 at 22:00. Facebook
The name of a previously unknown 2nd-century ruler of Judea has been found in an inscription discovered underwater at the site of Tel Dor.

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(Courtesy University of Haifa)
Archaeology Magazine
12/02/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
As the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor approaches, underwater archaeologists are discovering new details about what occurred that fateful day.

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(Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives)
Archaeology Magazine
12/02/2016 at 19:40. Facebook
Several ancient items illegally imported into the United States, including a child’s wooden sarcophagus, have been returned to Egyptian authorities.

archaeology.org/news/5060-161202-usa-repatriation-egypt

(Michael Johnson/ICE)
Archaeology Magazine
12/02/2016 at 18:25. Facebook
9,500-year-old burials of people who were dismembered and defleshed before interment have been discovered in Brazil.

archaeology.org/news/5050-161130-brazil-mutilated-bones

(LEEH-USP)
Archaeology Magazine
12/02/2016 at 17:16. Facebook
A concealed space at a Tudor country house in Warwickshire used to hide Catholic priests during the period following the English Reformation has been mapped in 3-D using laser scanning.

archaeology.org/news/5049-161130-england-priest-hole

(University of Nottingham: Nottingham Geospatial Institute)
Archaeology Magazine
12/02/2016 at 16:02. Facebook
Dozens of statuettes such as this one decorated the bathhouse at a sumptuous 8th-century desert castle near the ancient city of Jericho.

archaeology.org/issues/232-1611/features/4939-khirbet-desert-castle

(Sara Toth Stub/Courtesy The Rockefeller Archaeological Museum)
Archaeology Magazine
12/01/2016 at 21:50. Facebook
A pair of mummified legs housed at the Egyptian Museum in Turin may have belonged to Queen Nefertari, wife of Ramses II, experts have concluded.

archaeology.org/news/5051-161130-nefertari-mummified-legs

(Michael E. Habicht/Museo Egizio di Torino)
Archaeology Magazine
12/01/2016 at 20:40. Facebook
Lucy, the 3.18-million-year-old hominid, appears to have done a good deal of tree climbing, possibly to seek a safe place to sleep each night.

archaeology.org/news/5059-161201-lucy-strong-arms

(John Kappelman/University of Texas at Austin)