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Viking artifacts on display at Yorkshire Musuem. The Ormside Bowl, an ornate bowl in gold with short legs and decorated pattern Vikings Live, Ancient Vikings, Old Norse, Viking Art, Viking Jewelry, Anglo Saxon, Celtic Designs, Dark Ages, Archaeology

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How migrations and other population dynamics could have shaped early human culture Early Humans, Europe News, Prehistoric, Ancient History, Archaeology, Primitive, Culture, Shapes, Painting

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Some years ago, 24 axes were cached in Stjørdal municipality, about 44 km east of Trondheim. They're now seeing the light of day once. North Design, Europe News, Archaeology News, Native American Artifacts, Trondheim, Viking Age, Ancient Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient History

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Virtual reality brings ninth century Viking invaders' camp to life Viking Camp, Vikings Time, Sutton Hoo, Viking Designs, Web Design Projects, Ancient Artifacts, Interactive Design, Design Thinking

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Saint Edmund, the Saxon king, may be buried under town's tennis courts, experts believe Anglo Saxon, British Isles, Bury, Archaeology, Garden Sculpture, Medieval, Tennis, Saints, King

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Dog family tree reveals hidden history of canine diversity : Nature News & Comment Phylogenetic Tree, Dog Tree, Dog Attack, What Dogs, Bow Wow, Types Of Dogs, The Secret History, Interesting Faces, Dog Owners

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Oldest working Roman arch in Britain damaged by lorry driver Europe News, Archaeology News, Sat Nav, U Turn, Having A Bad Day, About Uk, Fails, Britain, Roman

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ASU research team found the oldest known evidence of our own genus, Homo, at Ledi-Geraru in the lower Awash Valley of Ethiopia. A jawbone with teeth was dat Early Humans, First Humans, Archaeology News, Fossils, Geology, Climate Change, Medium, Stone Age

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According to archaeologists, a reopened grave usually indicates grave robbery. Martine van Haperen, however, draws a different conclusion. Leiden University, Dug Up, Archaeology, Paris Skyline, Medieval, Mansions, House Styles, Building, People

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Archaeologists from Nicolaus Copernicus University found the ruins of the Teutonic castle in Unisław near Toruń. The castle wa. Nicolaus Copernicus, Europe News, Archaeology News, Poland, Castle, Castles

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More ancient ruins found at Verulamium after gas pipe gives archaeologists chance to dig deeper Roman Britain, Roman City, Europe News, Thing 1, Dig Deep, Ancient Ruins, Modern City, Archaeology, Gas Pipe

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Holy chickens: Did Medieval religious rules drive domestic chicken evolution? ~ Health & Beauty Tips Agricultural Practices, High Middle Ages, Europe News, Natural Selection, Health And Beauty Tips, Four Legged, Archaeology, Evolution, Medieval

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axes found in farmer's field in mid-Norway Europe News, Archaeology, Year Old, Norway, Blazer, One Year Old, Age, Blazers

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A Mycenean chamber tomb with grave goods dating to the centuries BCE has been discovered in the centre of the main town on the island of Salamina, Greece, during a project meant to link a home with the central sewage network. Mycenaean, Europe News, Archaeology News, Good Dates, 12th Century, Mount Rushmore, Island, Travel, Centre

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Glockenbecher-Gräber im Salzlandkreis Europe News, Archaeology, Pool Chairs

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