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1 Oldest Monumental Center in the World Attracts New Conservation Efforts
2 Seeing beneath the soil to uncover the past
3 Shackleton's 104-Year-Old Biscuit Sold
4 Stone-age toddlers had art lessons, study says
5 Equation: Radiocarbon Dating
6 Dropping Lake Levels Expose Ancient Artifacts And Looters Have Noticed
7 Digging into Technology's Past
8 Rock art found in Ireland could date back to Bronze Age
9 Archaeologists uncover slate at Nevern Castle 'that kept evil spirits at bay'
10 Pre-Viking burial site unearthed by EirGrid dig for underground power lines
11 Axes, bones, jewellery and 60 pairs of shoes--secrets of Roman fort revealed
12 Dig under way at historic Saratoga battlefield
13 Burial site believed linked to Vikings is centuries older
14 Tay Son dynasty coin unearthed
15 New Romano-British village appears in quarry excavation
16 Cannibalism Confirmed Among Ancient Mexican Group
17 Centuries of history dug up in a year
18 High resolution 3D Stonehenge model unveiled
19 Danish archaeologists discover 300 year old toilets
20 Food archaeologist gives new life to nearly extinct grains, veggies
21 Archaeologist Makes a Case for Discovery of a Judean Town of the Time of King David
22 Tal-Wej declared an Area of Archaeological Importance
23 How continents shaped human culture
24 Beheaded Archbishop's Face Revealed
25 New pits of Chinese terracotta figures opened
26 Palaeolithic Period stone weapons found in Jaffna
27 Jersey's Ice Age heritage
28 Trash or treasure? Sifting through ancient rubbish for archaeological gold
29 Decline and recovery of coral reefs linked to 700 years of human and environmental activity
30 Royston Cave--A Knights Templar Mystery of History
31 The Mysterious Village
32 Litcham Cryptogram: a medieval mystery
33 Bulgarian archeologists unearth unique mosaic in S. Bulgaria
34 Vanished Silk Road city studied in China
35 Hundreds of undiscovered atifacts found at Gallipoli
36 A massive prehistoric monument under the Loch of Stenness?
37 Unexpected trove of artifacts discovered near Stonehenge
38 Roman atifacts found at Camelon Tesco site
39 Melting Glaciers Reveal Ancient Artifacts
40 Bluestonehenge: An ancient alignment revealed
41 Figures Found During Mural Restoration in Mexico
42 Historic Byzantine and Venetian Fortresses at Risk
43 Maya village buried by volcanic ash 1,400 years ago discovered
44 Saving Altamira Cave
45 Tar Shrank Heads of Prehistoric Californians Over Time?
46 Ancient Greek city digitally recreated
47 Prehistoric Teen Girl's Grave Found Near Henge
48 Inca takeovers not usually hostile
49 Possible remains unearthed from 1759 battle on Plains of Abraham
50 Archaeologist argues world's oldest temples were not temples at all
51 Researchers find Aztec temple platform
52 Archaeologists think they uncovered ruins of first Roman Catholic church built in Peru
53 Evidence of earliest mass production found in Israel
54 Ancient Greek farmers found buried with livestock: Report
55 Researchers Find Aztec Temple Platform In Mexico
56 Tiny Drone Reveals Ancient Royal Burial Sites
57 State Education Rankings: The Best And Worst For Math And Science
58 Should men skip PSA screening for prostate cancer?
59 Steve Jobs: Many with his type of pancreatic cancer live for years
60 Among crickets, chivalry is not dead: study
61 At last, dams are deep and meaningful
62 Hikers and devil-cam in the Tarkine are the latest in reality TV
63 Denmark's fat tax serves up food for thought in Britain
64 Simpler is often better when battling the Big C
65 The battle brewing over bats, the pariah of Australian wildlife
66 Fatigue syndrome takes its toll in US
67 The circuit board of consciousness
68 Caffeinated coffee may help stave off depression
69 First animals to walk on land were fish using pelvic fin muscles
70 Cape York double frog find rocks the world of science
71 Pharmacy guild pulls out of promotion deal with vitamin supplements giant Blackmores
72 Brain implants tested in monkeys may help paralysed people
73 Starry-eyed love secures Aussie Nobel
74 Discovery of 'impossible' chemical structure wins Nobel prize for Israeli
75 Plea for politics to be led by science
76 British physicist Wade Allison calls for radical increase in radiation exposure limits
77 Car exhaust fumes lowering babies' birth weights, WA study finds
78 World far off UN-backed climate change targets, Panama talks hear
79 Australian scientist Brian Schmidt one of trio awarded Nobel Physics Prize
80 Dentist cops Medicare $700,000 bill over paperwork
81 Greens leader seeks levy on fattening food
82 Chilean super-telescope peers into space
83 New insight into plant immune defenses
84 Forest structure, services and biodiversity may be lost even as form remains
85 Tick Responsible for Equine Piroplasmosis Outbreak Identified
86 New study of Glover's Reef challenges whether corals will benefit from Marine Reserves' protection
87 Herbivore populations will go down as temperatures go up, U of T study says
88 Panama REDD: Getting what you pay for
89 Fishy behaviour
90 Partnership Focuses on Developing East Coast Fever Vaccine
91 A new leaf turns in carbon science
92 Colossal aggregations of giant alien freshwater fish as a potential biogeochemical hotspot
93 The establishment of genetically engineered canola populations in the US
94 Distribution atlas of butterflies in Europe
95 New study shows how trees clean the air in London
96 Report reveals economic, social costs of hunger in America
97 Plant genomes may help next generation respond to climate change
98 Vectors of bluetongue get a name
99 International Partners Improve Cattle Here and in South Africa
100 UNH researchers: Multibeam sonar can map undersea gas seeps
101 'Non-invasive' cultivar? Buyer beware
102 Market transactions and economics in general affect biological invasions
103 Prague's 88 nature reserves threatened by invasive plant species
104 Fish jump into picture of evolutionary land invasion
105 Smarter toxins help crops fight resistant pests
106 Long bone shape: a family affair
107 University of Colorodo Boulder team discovers ancient road at Maya village buried by volcanic ash 1,400 years ago