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Early Brain Surgery Found in Ancient Near East: Archaeologists
Evolution of wheat spikes since Neolithic revolution
LMU Digitizes World’s Largest Cuneiform Library with AI
Researchers Uncover Evidence of ‘Hidden State’ Involving Common Ion
Sr-Nd isotopic baseline in Silk Road regions enables archaeological provenance
Gold from Troy, Poliochni and Ur All had Same Origin
Hardy Sikh prayer book revived after 100 years to help personnel practice faith in field
Collaboration between Earth Sciences and Archaeology: technology, resources, and synthesis
Southern Arc and its lively genetic history
Sky Is for Everyone: Definitive Collection of Stories from Women Reshaping Astronomy Since 1960
How James Webb Space Telescope lets us see first galaxies in universe
Olive trees were first domesticated 7,000 years ago
3400-year-old city emerges from Tigris River
Symbols bring concepts to life as powerful unifiers, dividers
Complex urban processes in Indus civilisation
Before horses, ass hybrids were bred for warfare
Ancient Mesopotamian Discovery Transforms Knowledge of Early Farming
Gold jewellery from time of Nefertiti found in Bronze Age tombs in Cyprus
Treasures of Elam, civilisation gone but not forgotten
Oldest footprints of pre-humans identified in Crete
Please explain: Where does money come from?
UNESCO hails return of looted ancient Gilgamesh tablet to Iraq
UNESCO celebrates US handover of 3,500-year-old Gilgamesh Tablet to Iraq
Increasing violence and fighting add to Syria’s woes, making it unsafe for return: UN Syria Commission
Restoring richness of Rangitata river
Cultural sites in Africa, Arab Region, Asia, Europe, and Latin America inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List
Where are Foreigners of First International Age?
Bronze Age: how market began
Sealed, signed and delivered
Provenance: How an object’s origin can facilitate authentic, inclusive storytelling
Best things to see and do at Chau Chak Wing Museum
Climate crises in Mesopotamia prompted first stable forms of State
New Discovery Reveals Early Dispersal of Neolithic Domesticated Sheep into Heart of Central Asia
UNESCO welcomes Pope’s visit to Mosul, a symbol of solidarity and an accelerator of peace
Logan Art Gallery to showcase young artist’s works
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