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A drop of brass from a crucible with metal traces reveals a lot about the metal craft in Old Uppsala.

A drop of brass from a crucible with metal traces reveals a lot about the metal craft in Old Uppsala.

Efter fyra år är analysen klar av fynden som grävdes upp i Gnistagraven 2013. Varje fynd har studerats och analyserats in i minsta detalj, och fram träder en bild av en krigare från Gnista.

Efter fyra år är analysen klar av fynden som grävdes upp i Gnistagraven 2013. Varje fynd har studerats och analyserats in i minsta detalj, och fram träder en bild av en krigare från Gnista.

Prehistoric artists who carved giant rock canvas in Italian Alps were "precursors" to Picasso and Giacometti, say archaeologists  http://www.culture24.org.uk/history-and-heritage/archaeology/art544743-brescia-valley-rock-art-film-cambridge

An event next Monday January will give the public a chance to experience at first hand the technologies that have enabled archaeologists to create visualisations of images etched into rock thousands of years ago.

På Berg-feltet i Verdal er det hogd inn figurer i berget gjennom flere epoker, på samme vis som på det mer kjente Bardal-feltet. De eldste ristningene framstiller naturtro elger.

Only a few of the Stone Age rock carvings in Norway depict animals in a naturalistic way.

Mythical Ireland blog: The bear bone that has pushed back the date of human presence in Ireland by 2,500 years to 10500BC

The bear bone that has pushed back the date of human presence in Ireland by years to

After almost 2000 years of silence, extraordinary new archaeological discoveries have allowed the first Londoners to speak again. Dozens of the earliest written texts ever found in Britain were revealed to the world in London on Wednesday morning. The material had been kept totally under wraps for the past two years, while one of Britain’s top Latin experts undertook the painstaking work of transcribing and translating them.

Long-lost voices of the first Londoners revealed in one of the most important archaeological discoveries yet

Ancient Roman texts shed light on earliest Londoners in one of UK's most important archaeological discoveries Wooden writing tablets found deeply buried in waterlogged ground near St Paul’s Cathedral

Prehistoric Fish Trap and Petroglyphs found - The Delta Discovery

KODIAK, Alaska (AP) — Archaeologists have discovered a prehistoric fish trap constructed of rock walls near the mouth of a salmon stream on Alaska's Kodiak Island.

In late 2016, archaeologists found what is believed to be the remains of St. Clement’s Church in Trondheim. But even more ancient secrets could be hiding beneath the ruins.

In late archaeologists found what is believed to be the remains of St. Clement’s Church in Trondheim. But even more ancient secrets could be hiding beneath the ruins.

Archeology in the north

Archeology in the north

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