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The bones of a foetus and a heavily pregnant woman have been found at a city centre church in York.

A huge tomb has been excavated at All Saints church, in York city centre, where the timbers of century trees and pottery fragments have also been found.

The Mystery of #Herxheim: Was an Entire Village Cannibalized?

Beginning in 5300 BC, a Linearbandkeramik or Linear Pottery culture (LBK) developed in the region of Herxheim in southwest Germany, one that could be described as an idyllic Stone Age settlement.

Who put Bella in the witch elm? In 1943 the remains of a murdered woman were found, stuffed into a hollow tree. The graffiti "who put Bella in the witch elm?" has been appearing in the area ever since. The question has never been answered, though theories of black magic and espionage have been put forward. - Click for story

Who put Bella in the witch elm? In 1943 the remains of a murdered woman were found, stuffed into a hollow tree. The graffiti "who put Bella in the witch elm?" has been appearing in the area ever since. The question has never been answered, though theories of black magic and espionage have been put forward. - Click for story

Egypt has decided to stop cooperation with an American excavation team working in country’s Fayoum Governorate for the past 34 years, refuting its claim of discovering a cemetery with over a million mummified bodies.

The remains of a child, laid to rest more than years ago when the Roman Empire controlled Egypt, was found in an ancient cemetery that contains more than 1 million mummies.

This ready to hang, gallery-wrapped art piece features a poster of a woman behind flowers. Paul Berthon was a French artist who produced primarily posters and lithographs. Berthon's work is in the sty

Paul Brethon 'L'Emitage 1872' Canvas Art by Trademark Fine Art

Paul Emile Berthon Art Nouveau poster for the revue L'Ermitage in A revue is a comedic song-dance-sketch show for theater, similar to vaudeville.

Maritime trade thrived in Egypt before Alexandria.     Bronze statuette of pharaoh of the 26th dynasty, found at the temple of Amon area at Heracleion. The sovereign wears the “blue crown” (probably the crown of the accession). His dress is extremely simple and classical: the bare-chested king wears the traditional shendjyt kilt or loincloth. [Credit: Christoph Gerigk/Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation]

Bronze statuette of pharaoh of the dynasty, found at the temple of Amon area at Heracleion.

Forensic analysis of a 900-year-old skeleton belonging to a young man discovered in Scotland shows he was murdered by someone wielding a three-inch long dagger.  http://www.archaeology.org/news/1847-140221-scottish-medieval-murder-victim

Mystery of the medieval murder: Forensic tests on skeleton unearthed in Scotland reveal that the remains belong to a murder victim who was stabbed in the back with a dagger.

Μίρνι, μια πόλη χτισμένη στο χείλος μιας αχανούς τρύπας στη Σιβηρία [εικόνες] | iefimerida.gr

The abandoned Mir Mine diamond pit and the town of Mirny, Sakha Republits, Eastern Siberia, Russia. It's an absolute beast and holds the title of largest open diamond mine in the world.

Known as the Detmold child, this 8-to-10-month-old baby died in Peru around 4480 BC – more than 3000 years before the birth of Tutankhamun. According to a recent scan (PDF) using X-ray computed tomography, the child was born with a malformed heart.

Known as the Detmold child, this 8 to 10 month old baby died in Peru around 4480 BC, more than 3000 years before the birth of Tutankhamun. According to a recent scan using X-ray computed tomography, the child was born with a malformed heart

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