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Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in SaxonyAnhalt

Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in SaxonyAnhalt

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Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

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Their relatives placed their ashes and bone remains in urns, together with anything which had not been destroyed by fire, such as bronze clasps or jewellery ...

Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

Their relatives placed their ashes and bone remains in urns, together with anything which had not been destroyed by fire, such as bronze clasps or jewellery ...

Their relatives placed their ashes and bone remains in urns, together with anything which had not been destroyed by fire, such as bronze clasps or jewellery ...

Their relatives placed their ashes and bone remains in urns, together with anything which had not been destroyed by fire, such as bronze clasps or jewellery ...

Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

Remnants from a Bronze Age society have been found at a building site in Cornwall. Two pits, thought to be graves, have been found in Crantock.

"While the graves there had been placed in the ground on five superimposed layers, we find a looser distribution of the burials in the Dolle cemetery," she ...

Ancient burial site and monument found in England's New Forest

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The burials, especially the urns, are recovered on site as small blocks. This ensures that the archaeological work, despite its complexity in the field, ...

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"While the graves there had been placed in the ground on five superimposed layers, we find a looser distribution of the burials in the Dolle cemetery," she ...

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"While the graves there had been placed in the ground on five superimposed layers, we find a looser distribution of the burials in the Dolle cemetery," she ...

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A settlement originally dating back to the Late Bronze Age, which was also subsequently inhabited in the Thracian and Roman Antiquity, and the Middle Age, ...

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A medieval chess piece that was missing for almost 200 years had been unknowingly kept in a drawer by an Edinburgh family.

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Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany | The Archaeology News Network - 2019

A tracing of the engraved figures over the stone [Credit: University of Barcelona]

7000-year-old skeleton found in Bulgaria | The Archaeology News Network - 2019 | Skeleton, Bulgaria, Archaeology news

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Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany | The Archaeology News Network - 2019

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... with copper and gold and later in bronze, which may provide a clue as to why they appear to have settled in Cornwall, an area rich in metal minerals.

Archaeologists discovered a flintstone workshop of Neanderthals in the southern Poland; it is approx. 60,000 years old

Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany | The Archaeology News Network - 2019

The burials, especially the urns, are recovered on site as small blocks. This ensures that the archaeological work, despite its complexity in the field, ...

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Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany | The Archaeology News Network - 2019

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... have announced the discovery of an ancient Greek burial behind the Cathedral Maria SS. Bruna di Matera, in the area of the former seminary.

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11 April 2019, Saxony-Anhalt, Griebo: Laura Peschke, excavation assistant at

Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany | The Archaeology News Network - 2019

'Restless Times: Archaeology in Germany' at the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin,

Archaeologists uncover part of ancient Angkor temple

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'Restless Times: Archaeology in Germany' at the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin,

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Roman remains uncovered in county

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The Stone Cross was placed by the Portuguese in 1486 and features the country's crest [Credit: AFP/Getty]

Czech archaeologists trace ancient sea routes in Neolithic dugout replica | The Archaeology News Network - 2019 | Archaeology, Archaeology news, Sea

... This fresco fragment depicts the so-called "White Goddess" from the Pylos palace and dates back to the 13th century BC. Mycenaean tile paintings reveal ...

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... is returning to Namibia a 15th century artifact known as the Stone Cross of Cape Cross. The country has called for the object's return since June 2017.

BUNNY TRAIL Fossils from southern European sites indicate that ancient relatives of humans hunted small, fast animals as early as around 400,000 years ago.

Czech archaeologists trace ancient sea routes in Neolithic dugout replica

'Mycenae: The legendary world of Agamemnon' at the Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe,

Possible migration route of Homo erectus from Africa discovered

'Mycenae: The legendary world of Agamemnon' at the Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe,

Archaeologists uncover part of ancient Angkor temple

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Iron Age settlement and 'ritual burials' discovered in Oxfordshire

Unetice culture - Reconstruction of the Leubingen burial chamber

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'Mycenae: The legendary world of Agamemnon' at the Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe,

Roadworks uncover Bronze Age urn burial site in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany | The Archaeology News Network - 2019

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Unetice culture - Various bronze artefacts, tools, and amber

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