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Friday, May 20, 2011

Arch news May 17-20

Threatened rock carvings in Pakistan:
Forgeries in the Bible's New Testament?
NOAA and partners explore the hidden world of the
maritime Maya
440-year-old document sheds new light on native population decline under Spanish colonial rule:
Golden Cap's ancient burial mounds excavated in Dorset:
Surprise Archaeological Find from Iceland:
Culross Palace dig discovers east wing:
New power elite emerged in medieval Iceland as it became Norwegian:
Did William Wallace aspire to be King of Scotland?
Largest excavation in history launched at Peking Man site:
Egyptian princess was first person with diagnosed coronary artery disease:
Mayan archaeological sites, graves found in southeastern Mexico:
Bulgarian Archaeologists Uncover Sanctuary of Greek Goddess Demeter:
2000 years-old tomb found in western Turkey:
Comet Theory Comes Crashing to Earth:
Scots site may hold the key to Arthurian mystery:
Pune researcher discovers five forts of 15th and 16th century
Clues to Neanderthal hunting tactics hidden in reindeer teeth
Ancient Greek City Uncovered in Russia | Greek Reporter Europe
Ancient Roman cemetery discovered in Tunisia:
Egypt’s tourism minister left troubling situation
STOP THE DESCRUCTION OF THE LAKE QARUN PROTECTED AREA IN FAYOUM EGYPT:
Egypt to open Suez National Museum of Antiquities

Local NGO works to save Lake Qarun -Part 1:
The Nile on the move:

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