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Iraqi archaeologist condemns 'tragic' destruction of Nimrud http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-31763717

Iraqi archaeologist condemns 'tragic' destruction of Nimrud - BBC News

Graeme Barker of the University of Cambridge discusses his team's study of Shanidar Cave, one of the world's most important Neanderthal sites.

Archaeologists ousted by ISIS return to ancient Iraqi cave : Nature News & Comment

Ancient Yortan jug returned to Turkey from UK  http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/historic-yortan-jug-returned-to-turkey.aspx?pageID=238&nid=108728&NewsCatID=375

Ancient Yortan jug returned to Turkey from UK

The Archaeology of the Olympic Park – London’s first East Enders http://www.archaeology.co.uk/articles/features/the-archaeology-of-the-olympic-park-londons-first-east-enders.htm

The Archaeology of the Olympic Park – London’s first East Enders

A mysterious crumbled castle, built by the Earl of Surrey following the defeat of the Prince of Wales in Wrexham in 1282 but abandoned during the mid-17th century, is being investigated by archaeologists who believe they could find the remains of five huge round towers which once surrounded the site.   http://www.culture24.org.uk//history-and-heritage/archaeology/art482871-Archaeologists-investigate-east-side-of-once-mighty-13th-century-Welsh-castle

Archaeologists investigate east side of once-mighty century Welsh castle

Archaeologists have uncovered Britain's "Pompeii" after discovering the "best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found" in the country.  The circular wooden houses, built on stilts, form part of a settlement at Must Farm quarry, in Cambridgeshire, and date to about 1000-800 BC.  A fire destroyed the posts, causing the houses to fall into a river where silt helped preserve the contents.  Pots with meals still inside have been found at the site.Excavating a roundhouse

Bronze Age homes 'Britain's Pompeii'

Archaeologists have uncovered Britain’s ‘Pompeii’ after discovering the “best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain”.

An archaeologist works near skeletons found in the Bedlam burial ground on the future site of a Crossrail ticket hall next to Liverpool Street Station in London March 6, 2015. Archaeologists have started excavating around 3,000 skeletons from the Bedlam burial ground which dates back to 1569 and was London's first municipal burial ground.

An archaeologist works near skeletons found in the Bedlam burial ground on the future site of a Crossrail ticket hall next to Liverpool Street Station in London March Archaeologists have started excavating around skeletons at London site

VIDEO: North Kent's answer to Stonehenge discovered by Faversham archaeologists | Canterbury Times

Archaeologists compare Neolithic Kent site to Stonehenge, find Bronze Age funerary monument

Roman Emperor Dressed As Egyptian Pharaoh in Newfound Carving

Roman Emperor Dressed As Egyptian Pharaoh in Newfound Carving

A newfound stone carving reveals Roman Emperor Claudius dressed as an Egyptian pharaoh while wearing an elaborate crown. The hieroglyphs say.

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