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Roman town of Venta Icenorum site bought for public ownership | Science | The Guardian

Roman town of Venta Icenorum site bought for public ownership | Science | The Guardian

Mycenaean Jar copy from 1200 BC decorated with an octopus, bought in a shop next to Corinth archaeological site

Mycenaean Jar copy from 1200 BC decorated with an octopus, bought in a shop next to Corinth archaeological site

this earrings are from the early 80's, bought in jerusalem and i am not sure about the material of this earrings but there are some intresting brown redish,abit sparkle kind of flat quartz stones on it and the metal is flattening with some kind of green mineral and it gives a very old look,like you just dig it from archaeology site:) this one also was in the family storage for years and it is very special design and look.

this earrings are from the early 80's, bought in jerusalem and i am not sure about the material of this earrings but there are some intresting brown redish,abit sparkle kind of flat quartz stones on it and the metal is flattening with some kind of green mineral and it gives a very old look,like you just dig it from archaeology site:) this one also was in the family storage for years and it is very special design and look.

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castle of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha,Spain.  Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Cordoba and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza. It was used again as a fortress during the War of Spanish Succession and the Peninsular War.

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castle of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha,Spain. Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Cordoba and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza. It was used again as a fortress during the War of Spanish Succession and the Peninsular War.

Work to rebuild a collapsed ancient Cornish monument is due to start later. Carwynnen Quoit, or Giant's Quoit, a 5,000-year-old burial chamber near Troon, collapsed in 1966.   Archaeological digs have established how the monument should be rebuilt [Credit: BBC] The first stones are due to be re-erected by owners the Sustainable Trust which bought the site in 2009. The cap stone will be replaced on 21 June.

Work to rebuild a collapsed ancient Cornish monument is due to start later. Carwynnen Quoit, or Giant's Quoit, a 5,000-year-old burial chamber near Troon, collapsed in 1966. Archaeological digs have established how the monument should be rebuilt [Credit: BBC] The first stones are due to be re-erected by owners the Sustainable Trust which bought the site in 2009. The cap stone will be replaced on 21 June.

A pair of Dacian Wrought Iron Shields, the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest. Shields belong, in 1998-2001, the archaeological site Sarmizegetusa (UNESCO classified historical monument), was stolen and returned by granting by the Romanian state of fair compensations to Collectors  who bought artifacts.

A pair of Dacian Wrought Iron Shields, the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest. Shields belong, in 1998-2001, the archaeological site Sarmizegetusa (UNESCO classified historical monument), was stolen and returned by granting by the Romanian state of fair compensations to Collectors who bought artifacts.

CASTLES OF SPAIN  - The Castle of Jadraque is a castle in the municipality of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha, Spain.. Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Cordoba, and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza.

CASTLES OF SPAIN - The Castle of Jadraque is a castle in the municipality of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha, Spain.. Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Cordoba, and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza.

SPAIN / Medieval -  Castle of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha,Spain.  Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Cordoba and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza. It was used again as a fortress during the War of Spanish Succession and the Peninsular War.

SPAIN / Medieval - Castle of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha,Spain. Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Cordoba and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza. It was used again as a fortress during the War of Spanish Succession and the Peninsular War.

Chichen Itza - Spanish: Chichén Itzá at the mouth of the well of the Itza"), was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya civilization. The archaeological site is located in the municipality of Tinum, in the Mexican state of Yucatán

Chichen Itza - Spanish: Chichén Itzá at the mouth of the well of the Itza"), was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya civilization. The archaeological site is located in the municipality of Tinum, in the Mexican state of Yucatán

CASTLES OF SPAIN (2) - The Castle of Jadraque is a castle in the municipality of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Spain and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza.

CASTLES OF SPAIN (2) - The Castle of Jadraque is a castle in the municipality of Jadraque, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. Archaeological investigations proved that the site was used since prehistoric times; later it was a fortification of the emirate of Spain and its Moorish descendants. In 1085 it was conquered by the Christians under Alfonso VI of Castile. In 1469 it was bought by cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza.

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