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River Jordan - place where Jesus was baptized :: H.G. May Archaeology of Palestine

River Jordan - place where Jesus was baptized :: H.G. May Archaeology of Palestine

They uncovered the preserved remains of a young child who was sitting on his mother's lap when tragedy struck. They believe he was about four years old.

They uncovered the preserved remains of a young child who was sitting on his mother's lap when tragedy struck. They believe he was about four years old.

Copper alloy hollow cast statue of the princess-priestess Takushit (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)

Copper alloy hollow cast statue of the princess-priestess Takushit (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)

Paleolithic hand stencils from the cave at Lascaux, France. 25-30,000 years old.

Paleolithic hand stencils from the cave at Lascaux, France. 25-30,000 years old.

A strange pharaoh - This statue of the pre-dynastic period may be the first known depiction of a pharaoh. At the time of Nagada (the name of a discovery at the site of Upper Egypt), around 4000 BC. This statue was found in Gebelein, south of Luxor.

A strange pharaoh - This statue of the pre-dynastic period may be the first known depiction of a pharaoh. At the time of Nagada (the name of a discovery at the site of Upper Egypt), around 4000 BC. This statue was found in Gebelein, south of Luxor.

The Rock of Cashel is the Ireland's most spectacular archaeological site. The 'Rock' is a prominent green hill, banded with limestone outcrops. It rises from a grassy plain on the edge of the town and bristles with ancient fortifications.

The Rock of Cashel is the Ireland's most spectacular archaeological site. The 'Rock' is a prominent green hill, banded with limestone outcrops. It rises from a grassy plain on the edge of the town and bristles with ancient fortifications.

EGYPT UNEARTHED: What They Discovered May Hold the Key To Unlocking Some of the Biggest Mysteries Ever! (Video and Photos) | Prophecy

EGYPT UNEARTHED: What They Discovered May Hold the Key To Unlocking Some of the Biggest Mysteries Ever! (Video and Photos) | Prophecy

A new study of grave goods in early Viking-era burials in central Norway revealed many Anglo-Saxon artifacts, such as brooches and swords, suggesting people from the area may have been among the first Vikings to raid the British Isles. via Archaeology Magazine FB

A new study of grave goods in early Viking-era burials in central Norway revealed many Anglo-Saxon artifacts, such as brooches and swords, suggesting people from the area may have been among the first Vikings to raid the British Isles. via Archaeology Magazine FB

We might have a privy! The foundation we found of the c.1865  building at 31 North Square has a well finished exterior brick wall (in photo) and a thick clay layer over a deposit including the cup from yesterday. We think this may be a brick-lined privy with its odor-sealing clay cover directly behind the house.  #digPHH #digbos #archaeology #boston

We might have a privy! The foundation we found of the c.1865 building at 31 North Square has a well finished exterior brick wall (in photo) and a thick clay layer over a deposit including the cup from yesterday. We think this may be a brick-lined privy with its odor-sealing clay cover directly behind the house. #digPHH #digbos #archaeology #boston

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