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While washing a set of Byzantine mosaics in Hippos of the Decapolis, archaeologists discovered more.
A home search of a suspected artefact thief in the northern town of Kiryat Shmona led to the finding of artefacts, including a coin portraying the Seleucid King Antiochus IV.
Submerged below the English Channel lies an important record of Neanderthal artefacts dating back to the last Ice Age.
Recent archaeological evidence changes what we thought about how humans of long ago prepared food.
Tartar accumulations on the teeth of humans who lived thousands of years ago are providing insights into what they ate, the kind of bacteria in their mouths, and their oral health.